With the return of the Jacksonville Symphony in September also came the return of being able to experience live music with each other. As we come into the holiday season, the desire for togetherness increases as the temperature (hopefully) decreases. The good news is that there’s nothing quite like music to bring people and communities together.
Many people enjoy shopping in museum stores because of the unique items they know they can find. From books to jewelry to children’s products to home accessories and gourmet food, there is something for everyone. Most importantly, however, museum stores perform integral and multifaceted work for their institutions—from earning income and extending mission-related programs, to visitor engagement and educational outreach through store products, programs, and experiences.
Art making has been the only constant activity in my life. I lose interest in things easily; yet I have always made time to create. Creating art feeds my soul and grounds me both mentally and physically. It is my intention to live a creative life and create work that is original, honest, and authentic and that is an extension of my personality: multilayered, colorful, playful, and adventurous. I am always learning and pushing myself to be the best artist that I can possibly be and not become too complacent.
Cathedral District Jacksonville is lighting up the district for “Christmas in the Cathedral District: Let There Be Light,” which will be visible from I-95 and the Acosta, Main Street, Hart, and Mathews Bridges. This first-of-its-kind spectacular event is the Cathedral District’s gift to its beloved community after a long and challenging year.
Florida Mining Gallery presents a collection of multidisciplinary works curated by Marcus Kenney and featuring recognized artists from across the Southeast.