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Encore!

Jan

16

Did you miss the lecture from the Cummer Museum’s Chief Curator Holly Keris on Tuesday evening? Back by popular demand… A special evening exploring the issue of Nazi Art Looting from the perspective of museums like the Cummer Museum, who are playing a leadership role in restitution. Due to the overwhelming demand of the Nazi […]

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Music to Your Ears

Jan

09

Jacksonville is a city FULL of musical talent. The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens continues it’s commitment to nurturing the art of music by hosting the best musicians of the First Coast. Between Tapas Tuesdays, Weaver First Saturday Free for All, exhibition openings and other special events, there are lots of opportunities to play […]

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Weaver First Saturday Free for All

Jan

02

  Welcome the New Year with a FREE trip to the Museum! Join us for Weaver First Saturday Free for All tomorrow, January 3rd. This is the last weekend of Icons of Style: Fashion Makers, Models and Images so don’t miss your chance to see this incredible show before it heads back to home to […]

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What happened to looted art during WWII?

Dec

17

You might be familiar with a recent story on the cover of Folio Weekly about stolen art and how it relates to the Cummer Museum. In recent years the Museum has learned of the unexpected provenance of a Meissen porcelain piece, as well as the Vanitas painting that hangs in the Semmes Gallery at the […]

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Letter from the Director, Hope McMath

Dec

02

Nudity in art.  The role of museums.  Artistic freedom.  Public funding of arts and culture.  The individual creative voice.  Collective will. These are all topics that have been at the center of a debate in our community that arose from a work currently on display in Angela Strassheim’s exhibition at MOCA Jacksonville.   The media has […]

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Champagne and Shopping: Gift Guide

Dec

02

The Cummer Museum’s annual Champagne and Shopping event is happening this Wednesday, December 3rd and Thursday, December 4th, with extended shop hours on Wednesday (open till 7 p.m.). Plus, shopping is some much better with a glass of complimentary bubbly in hand! Make sure to come by and check out all the wonderful, unique gifts […]

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