Art & Culture

Beaches Mural Maps

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Beaches Mural Maps

Take a driving tour to see tons of wall art in the Beaches area from North Atlantic Beach to South Jacksonville Beach.

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Making for Witness

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Making for Witness

or most people, public art is our first engagement with art. Whether that be through discreet sculptures, monuments, and/or memorials, art in civic spaces provides individuals and communities an opportunity to reimagine their lived, everyday experience; to carve out new forms of knowledge about place, architecture, and the body.

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Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail The Dark Lioness

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Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail The Dark Lioness

As part of its longstanding commitment to showcase artwork made across media, time periods, and geographies, the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is proud to present “Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail The Dark Lioness,” an international touring exhibition organized by Autograph, London and curated by Renée Mussai. The exhibition, which opens April 15, will conclude its five-year tour in Jacksonville.

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What the Pandemic Has Taught Us About our Homes and Personal Space

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What the Pandemic Has Taught Us About our Homes and Personal Space

The pandemic—in the beginning we resented it, hated it, and longed to get out of the house. Once reality set in, we realized we were in for the long haul. After endless hours of mind-numbing net surfing, TikTok-ing, and streaming until we couldn’t see straight, we began to think: “How can I make my home environment better—make it fit my new way of living and working at home?”

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Southern Grounds Avondale—Gathering Together

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Southern Grounds Avondale—Gathering Together

Southern Grounds is purposefully airy and bright, no dark corners here. “We wanted the whole place to be energetic and full of life and convey that sense of hospitality as well,” says Janasik. “We are very grateful to Group 4 Design in San Marco. Leigh Gunn and her team have done an amazing job with aesthetics, color, artwork, and tile selection. Everything that makes us who we are, they enhance by the architectural design.”

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25 Top Celebratory Interior Design Trends for 2021

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25 Top Celebratory Interior Design Trends for 2021

While Arbus is celebrating 25 years of architecture and design, we’re doing a little celebrating ourselves with the top 25 design tips and trends for 2021.

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Lift Every Voice Through the Power of Art

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Lift Every Voice Through the Power of Art

In 2015 ArtRepublic put forth a five-year plan to show Jacksonville how the power of world-class public art could engage the community and spawn economic development. ArtRepublic’s founder and CEO, Jessica Santiago, partnered with the private sector to create a massive transformation to downtown Jacksonville through annual productions of high-quality public art, events, and exhibitions.

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The Mural Issue: Pedestrian-friendly Maps

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The Mural Issue: Pedestrian-friendly Maps

Take in Jacksonville’s outdoor galleries using our pedestrian-friendly neighborhood maps. Five maps in total will show you where to find murals in Downtown; Brooklyn/Riverside; Avondale/Murray Hill; Eastside/LaVilla/Springfield; and San Marco.

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American Impressionism

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American Impressionism

Works by leading American painters in the late-19th and early-20th century, including Robert Henri, George Inness, George Luks, Gari Melchers, John Sloan, John Twachtman, and J. Alden Weir.

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Artful Business

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Artful Business

Scratch a great collection of art and you will find a grand mélange of situation, opportunity, passion, and competition to rival any soap opera, with plot lines to intrigue and personalities to love, hate, loathe, or admire. Royals and the royally rich may get the most attention but none of it would have happened without businessmen and women. In Russia you find them all.

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