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Impressionism at The Cummer: FOCUS Celebrate & Annual Meeting

Apr

20

FOCUS Cummer will host A Spring Garden Party (Garden Hats de Rigueur) on Thursday, April 26th at The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. The Annual meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. followed by…

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What’s Blooming? Daffodils!

Mar

22

The Daffodil, or Narcissus, as it is technically named, originated in Spain and Portugal and consists of over 50 species and about 13,000 hybrids. The ancient Greeks believed the daffodil plant originated from…

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Art Around Town – The Circle of Life (sans singing lions)

Dec

27

When one thinks of “The Circle of Life,” they automatically start singing the iconic Disney song. At least that’s what I do, but maybe I’m still just a kid at heart. However, to some artists, such as Sarah Crooks Flaire, it means so much more than the theme song to a movie about singing desert animals.

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Liliana’s Top Three Public Art Pieces in Jacksonville

Dec

20

Art lies not only within the Museums in Jacksonville, but throughout the city in public places that you may or may not have already been to. Some may be in the most unexpected places that you visit on a daily basis or some may be lying around town that you just never got a chance to go visit.

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Annual Appeal

Dec

08

The Cummer is embarking on a renewed effort to fulfill its mission of engaging and inspiring through the arts, gardens and education. Your financial support through a tax-deductible donation, whether $50 or $5,000, will help support our mission.

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What’s Blooming? Nierembergia!

Nov

24

The Nierembergia can be seen in both blue and white here in The Cummer Gardens. It makes it a habit to grow neatly and can be used in the front of beds or borders to give your garden a crisp look.

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