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Tag Archives: Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville

2012 Cultural Council City Lights Arts Awards

May

10

Last night, the staff of the Cummer was thrilled to attend the 36th Annual Cultural Council Arts Awards at Christina Foard’s studio in the AT&T Tower in Downtown Jacksonville. The event took place on the…

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VSA Festival 2012

Apr

16

A Cummer signature event, the 2012 VSA Festival will take place May 1 through 4, 2012. The festival provides an opportunity for more than 2,300 students with disabilities and their teachers and chaperones to experience the beauty of …

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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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Weaver Academy of Art

Jan

24

The program serves 8 underserved Duval County public schools where over 3,500 students visit the museum for curriculum and special exhibition tours and participate in outreach activities in their classrooms with Art Connections staff.

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