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What is Art? Art is Salvaged



Up & Cummers are reserving Tuesday, April 30, 2013  at 6:30 p.m. on their calendars for the next edition of their signature  event:  What is Art? . . . Art is Salvaged, sponsored by Florida Blue.  Featured local artists have turned trash into treasure, recycling scraps of found material into meaningful works of art.  Two dimensional and 3 dimensional pieces will be included in this show curated by the Up & Cummers themselves.    In-Kind sponsors will be providing food, and a new CASH BAR system managed by TreeCup Café for drinks will allow this new entrance ticket cost of $10 for members of Up & Cummers.   Cummer Museum Members and the general public are invited to attend for $15 per person.  Museum entrance is free that night, but there will be a cost for entrance to this show in the Terry Gallery of The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens.  Your payment is your reservation for this unique exhibition– open for one night only in the Terry Gallery.  For more information, contact Susan Lee, Affinity Group Manager, 904 899-6033 or

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