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Tag Archives: Cummer Ball

Save the Date for the 2015 Cummer Ball

Nov

26

The 2015 Cummer Ball will be held April 25, 2015. Festivities begin at 6:30 p.m. with a contemporary edge and energy drawn from Rothko to Richter: Mark-Making…

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Garden Month 2013: Week 3 Schedule

Mar

13

2013 Garden Month provides many opportunities for our members and guests of all ages to explore and experience our historic gardens through exciting events, tours, lectures, classes and exhibitions.

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50 Forward: New Additions to the Permanent Collection

Feb

03

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens presents 50 Forward: New Additions to the Permanent Collection. The exhibition, on view January 31 through August 15, 2012, features a selection of paintings, works on paper, and …

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50th Golden Anniversary Cummer Ball is sold out!

Sep

22

We are pleased to announce that our 50th Golden Anniversary Ball on November 5, 2011, has sold out! We are grateful to all of our loyal members, donors and supporters who responded so enthusiastically to attend this very special evening.  We are still getting calls about attending the Ball and if you would like to […]

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