A Concert  from the Comfort of Your Couch
Mar03

A Concert from the Comfort of Your Couch

It’s fair to say that this past year has brought about a fair bit of change. The performing arts are no exception to this and, perhaps, embody the necessity for change a little more than others. Gone were the days of sitting elbow to elbow with a fellow concertgoer, shaking hands with old friends in the lobby, or sharing a drink with a friend while waiting for the concert to start. Although, as we come into the spring season, concert hall doors are slowly starting to open once again, there are side effects of COVID-19 that may stick around.

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Women Making Waves
Mar03

Women Making Waves

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The Conversation: Jessica Santiago
Mar03

The Conversation: Jessica Santiago

Jessica Santiago
Ceo | Founder, ArtRepublic

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Yellow House: Art Inside & Out
Mar03

Yellow House: Art Inside & Out

The CoRK Arts District, the first of its kind artists’ district in Jacksonville, opened ten years ago. It has since grown from one building to three with a mission to support artists in the community by offering workspaces for creativity and collaboration. True to its mission, the district’s artists were invited to express themselves by painting murals on the building’s exterior.

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Art of Solidarity
Mar03

Art of Solidarity

Jacksonville has a steadfast record of social activism and civil rights movements, stemming from a violent racial history that (for many) is uncomfortable to talk about; a history that is woven so deeply into the community, and our country, that it continues to this day.

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