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New Cummer Board Members

Oct

13

At the Board of Trustees meeting on Thursday, September 15, 2011, Ryan A. Schwartz was elected and welcomed for a five year term. Schwartz is …

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Ask The Curator: Why did the museum install new windows?

Sep

30

Q: Why did the Museum install new windows along the Riverside Avenue facade? A: Cummer staff has been busy this summer working with our friends at Elkins Constructors on a water intrusion project at the Museum. As you may know, The Cummer is celebrating our 50th Anniversary in 2011. Unfortunately, it meant that all the windows [...]

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1994 A Change of Name

Sep

09

In 1994, The Cummer Gallery of Art became The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens.

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Director Hope McMath on One in Three

Aug

31

Hope McMath tells about the inspiration for the One in Three initiative.

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Staff Cookie Bake-Off Winning Recipe!

Aug

22

Mom says:

Please remember that even if you do follow the recipe exactly, it doesn’t always turn out just right. I have had these not set up for me AND be hard and dry. But most of the time, the recipe is just right.

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Robert Henri painting to Participate in Exhibition

Aug

19

In general, museums “loan” artwork from their permanent collection to other similar institutions for a variety of reasons. The most common type of loan request is for an exhibition. Although “loaning” artwork to another museum sounds easy, it is a complicated process that should be made with great care.

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