Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia
Sep02

Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia

Spanning the Lobby Gallery and UNF Gallery at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Jacksonville, “Multiple Ones: Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia,” features the work of contemporary printmakers, highlighting the multitude of possibilities that printmaking holds as a medium.

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Through Your Own Lens
Sep02

Through Your Own Lens

The latest exhibit brought to the public at Jacksonville International Airport (JAX), “Through Your Own Lens,” features original, abstract, and mixed media paintings by Sara Conca (shown here), Keith Doles, Caitlin Flynn, Tiffany Manning, and Abbey Matthews.

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Jacksonville International Airport Outdoor Sculpture On Loan Program 
Sep02

Jacksonville International Airport Outdoor Sculpture On Loan Program 

The Jacksonville International Airport Arts Commission has developed two new 3D art exhibit spaces located at the north and south entrances to baggage claim at the Jacksonville International Airport (JAX). The artwork shown here will rotate on an annual basis

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Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings On Black Motherhood
Sep02

Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings On Black Motherhood

Joy. Fear. Guilt. Generational connection. Grief. Deep love. These are only a few of the complex emotions experienced by all mothers. “Magic, Mirth, and Mortality: Musings on Black Motherhood” is an exhibition inspired by the lived experiences of writer, curator, community builder, wife, and mother Shawana Brooks.

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Art As Action
Sep02

Art As Action

In March, 2020, the world changed. Here in the United States, along with elsewhere across the globe, the COVID-19 pandemic shut down businesses, schools, and even natural spaces like beaches and parks. With the exception of healthcare and other essential workers, most of us hunkered down and lived our lives moving very little and in small orbits. But, traumatic events were still unfolding as spring turned to summer, and new tragedies of racial injustice took place that sparked a surge in protests for equity. Within this swirl of inaction meeting action, artists everywhere were commenting on the times just as they have historically done.

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