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Modern Dialect: Recommended Reading List

Dec

05

These books are recommended as sources to put the era of these poignant paintings into perfect context and perspective. From the hardships of the Depression to the artwork that came out of it to the politics of the time, these books will…

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Zot Artz – Arts for All Professional Development Workshop

Nov

25

On December 5th 2013, we will be hosting a Zot Artz – Arts for All Professional Development Workshop, sponsored by FDLRS Crown. This exciting, fun filled workshop aimed at educators, artists, and community service providers will teach…

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Decoding the Prints of William Walmsley

Nov

12

To get you to see his message and his commitment to the idea of freedom of expression, he exhibits an deep sense of irreverence, seeming to shout that nothing is sacred, not even art.

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Start with the Arts

Nov

11

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is proud to partner with MOCA Jacksonville to host a Start With the Arts training this November. This initiative is funded by VSA, a program…

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A Quote about Modern Dialect from John & Susan Horseman

Nov

05

Modern Dialect is an exhibition created from the artwork of John and Susan Horseman’s collection of early American artwork. Their collection is focused on artwork from 1910-1960, and grew out of…

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The 2013-14 School Year Introduces the STEAM Cultural Passport

Nov

04

The Duval County Public School district, under the new leadership of Dr. Vitti, is putting into practice his belief in the concept of the “whole child”. This means that children…

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