Inspired by similar grassroots memorials displayed across the country, a group of local artists and activists recently received a grant from the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville to install a temporary memorial dedicated to victims of racial violence in Jacksonville. The exhibit will also include victims from the State of Florida and the broader national communities
The Th3Rivers Project celebrates and explores the synergy of rivers and the development of culture and civilization throughout the ages, focusing on the history, economy, and ecology of rivers and the major role they play in the development of communities.
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Jacksonville and The LGBTQ Community Fund for Northeast Florida are set to host a four-day film festival highlighting the diversity of LGBTQ stories and storytellers.
Celebrate creativity in all its forms during the Art in the Garden Festival. This weekend celebration offers the community the chance to experience intriguing art, curated music, demonstration classes, and extraordinary living pictures—all within the lush gardens. Admission is included with zoo tickets.
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.