Art & Culture

Keeping Hope Alive

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Keeping Hope Alive

National Geographic Photo Ark by Photographer Joel Sartore at the Jacksonville Zoo & Gardens

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A Horrific History

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A Horrific History

MOSH’s exhibit on racial terror lynchings informs and invites reflection

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Artscapade Comes of Age

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Artscapade Comes of Age

Artscapade, the annual event benefitting Patrons of the Hearts (POTH), is celebrating fifteen years of bringing together philanthropy, children’s health institutions, the arts community in all its forms, generous giving friends, knowledgeable teams of physicians and medical staff, business owners, performers, foodies, and grateful families to create a fun celebration that raises funds for POTH.

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Caregiving Through Art

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Caregiving Through Art

Community Hospice & Palliative Care is pleased to present art on view in the public spaces as part of a permanent, curated collection in the new Community Hospice Center for Caring on the Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville-Downtown campus.

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Alexis’ Art Show Dream

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Alexis’ Art Show Dream

What Alexis wants you to know about her is that she is creative and has always dreamed of sharing her creativity by exhibiting her art. Dreams Come True of Jacksonville, The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, and sponsor Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty are making this dream a reality. Alexis will show her work in The Cummer’s Uible Loggia on January 22, 2020. 

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2019-20 Fall Arts Calendar

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2019-20 Fall Arts Calendar

Grab your personal calendars, and click here to read about the upcoming arts, culture, and entertainment events in Northeast Florida!

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Lasting Legacy: Celebrating 100 Years of Theatre Jacksonville

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Lasting Legacy: Celebrating 100 Years of Theatre Jacksonville

Happy 100th birthday to Theatre Jacksonville! With its Art Deco-inspired historic playhouse an anchor of San Marco Square, the centenarian institution is the oldest continuously-running community theatre in the state of Florida – and one of the oldest in the entire United States. 

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Layers of Locality

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Layers of Locality

Hotel Palms is designed to be embedded in the neighborhood, a true part of its architectural and cultural vernacular, and a place for slowing down. With a keen pulse on art and design, as well as local culture, the hospitality philosophy of the eleven-room modernized 1940s motor court hotel is to be an “organic shelter,” says Julie. It is meant to evolve over time with the imprinted layers of its visiting, curated artists as well as the vestiges of events that have led to impromptu art moments.

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Dwellings: Laurie Hitzig Explores Shelter and Refuge

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Dwellings: Laurie Hitzig Explores Shelter and Refuge

Stunning mixed media works by Laurie Hitzig, one of our region’s great talents, forms the inaugural fall exhibition of the Lufrano Gallery on the UNF campus. Partially inspired by a serious injury suffered by someone very close to her, she turned to themes of shelter and refuge.

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The Case for Beauty

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The Case for Beauty

Donald H. Ruggles, AIA, NCARB, ICAA, presents in his book, Beauty, Neuroscience & Architecture, the scientific forces behind the emotional impact of beauty. Ruggles will visit Jacksonville during AIA Jacksonville’s Architecture Week, April 29 through May 3, to give a lecture, scheduled for May 2, on his book’s premise.

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