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What is Art? Art Under Pressure



Join the Up & Cummers in a conversation about the art of printmaking, as they host What is Art? Art Under Pressure at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens on Tuesday, November 13th at 6:30pm.   

This event will showcase local artists who practice the art of printmaking.  Featured artists will include: Austin Moule, Jesse Barnes, William McMahan, Tony Rodrigues, Dimelza Broche, Ryan Tempro, Donald Martin, Jim Smith, Ken Goldstein, Mattie LeDew, Alyssa Wagner, Rajiv Marsh, Christian Wildes, Claire DeVoe, and Georgia Ward-Collings.

Cocktails and hors d’oeurves will be generously provided by Bold City Brewery, The Garage, Jimmy John’sSimply Sara’s and O’Brothers Irish Pub. Additional in-kind sponsors include Agility Press, Inc., Mad Men Marketing and Team Black.  A special thanks goes out to our Title Sponsors:Florida Blue and Scott-McRae Group | Duval Dealers.

Pricing for the event is as follows: Up and Cummers Members: $15 | Non-members: $25

To purchase tickets or for more information about joining Up & Cummers, please contact Louise Stevens at (904) 899-6004 or with any questions.  Tickets can also be purchased on our website.

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