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Tag Archives: Art of Empathy

Art & Science: Paper – Nutritious and Versatile

Feb

27

Paper comes in many forms for many different uses. The fibers of which it is made have come from many different basic components, but its basic production process and essential properties remain the same. With slight changes or additions, it is still paper, whether…

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Perspectives on Empathy: Art, Religion, and Science

Jan

23

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens presents a panel discussion, “Perspectives on Empathy: Art, Religion, and Science,” on Tuesday, February 4, at 7:00 pm. The panel will be…

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The Art of Empathy: The Cummer Mother of Sorrows in Context

Nov

26

The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens would like to present The Art of Empathy: The Cummer Mother of Sorrows in Context. This exhibition is designed to showcase a masterwork in The Cummer’s permanent collection, Mother of Sorrows (c.1470). It is one of only five known…

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Art of Empathy Lecture with Dr. David Areford

Nov

21

In celebration of the release of his new book and The Cummer’s exhibition of The Art of Empathy, please join us for a special lecture with him. He will be discussing…

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