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Save the Date! The Folio Weekly Invitational Artist Exhibition Opening



Friday, August 24th, from 6 to 8:00 p.m.

Up & Cummers and Folio Weekly are partnering to host a lively opening night reception for the Folio Weekly Invitational Artist Exhibition at The CummerGuests will be among the first to view this juried exhibition featuring the work of fifty talented local artists.

In addition to the exceptional art on display, you won’t want to miss live music from Split Tone, a seven piece band out of Jacksonville Beach known for creating a vibrant blend of reggae, hip-hop, soul and rock.

We will be serving hors d”oeuvres generously donated by Espeto Brazilian Steak House, Pele’s Wood Fire, Simply Sara’s and Sweet Pea”s Pantry.  A cash bar will be provided.

Museum members will receive free admission, and non-member guests may purchase $5 tickets on our website by clicking here.  Tickets are also available at The Cummer’s front desk and the Folio Weekly offices (9456 Philips Highway, Suite 11).

Contact Emily Magevney at (904) 899-6027 if you have questions about this event.

The Folio Weekly Invitational Artist Exhibition and the opening night reception are sponsored by Haskell.

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