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The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is committed to engage and inspire through the arts, gardens and education. A permanent collection of nearly 5,000 works of art on a riverfront campus offers more than 95,000 annual visitors a truly unique experience on the First Coast. Nationally recognized education programs serve adults and children of all abilities.

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Tag Archives: educational

Why Should YOU Shop at The Cummer Store?

Dec

12

The Cummer Store has a wide variety of gifts, jewelry, and art that would interest any customer. With unique and quality products, customers with distinctive tastes are sure to find something rare for their collection. Some of the items in the Store include…

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Summer Reading For Kids at The Cummer Store

Jul

11

In The Cummer Store you can find all kinds of treasures that are educational, inspirational, and fun! The store keeps an ever-changing array of interesting books on its shelves. Many of them are art-related while…

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Talks & Tea: Future Retro

Jun

17

Join us on Wednesday, June 19 and Thursday, June 20 at 1:30 p.m. as we continue our Talks & Tea series by highlighting our current exhibition, Future Retro: The Great Age of the American Automobile. Talks & Tea lecture series invites visitors to sit comfortably in the Galleries and Gardens of The Cummer while art […]

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Nazi Art Looting Presentation Returns

May

09

So, what do the Nazis have to do with Jacksonville, you ask? With two pieces of Nazi loot uncovered in The Cummer’s permanent collection, the answer is more than you might think. From 1933 through the end of World War II in 1945…

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