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Tag Archives: architecture

My Internship at The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens

Aug

15

Written by Kiani Ned, Marketing & Curatorial Intern    Art has always been my happy place. I personally consider my creativity to be one of my greatest assets and my mother believes so as well. She has encouraged it my entire life. In fact, she still has little stick figure paintings of mine from prekindergarten, [...]

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Garden Week 2012: James Farmer Lecture, Luncheon, and Book Signing

Mar

01

James Farmer’s Georgia upbringing has steeped him in a bath of all things Southern, a culture heavily influenced by gardening and the land.

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Folly in the Cummer Gardens

Jan

13

A folly is a piece of architecture in a garden that is built primarily as decoration, often with no actual purpose.

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