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Tag Archives: high school

Junior Docents Start the Year with Giving

Nov

18

The Junior Docent program is a way to engage middle and high school age students in their museum and community. They don’t have to be artists, just curious about…

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New View – Terry Parker

Jul

22

Currently hanging in the Education Gallery of the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens is our annual New View exhibition. This year the museum partnered with the students and faculty of Terry Parker High-School to create a show that closely related to the recent exhibition Jim Draper: Feast of Flowers as well as the museum’s […]

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Junior Docents Embrace New Technology for Exhibitions

Feb

18

The Junior Docent program began many years ago as a way to engage middle and high school age students in the museum. They don’t have to be artists, just curious about art and the way museums work. Many students…

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Cultural Connections: Douglas Anderson School of the Arts Part 1

Nov

02

As part of a community partnership, the Museum will be hosting students from the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts for their Senior’s Creative Writing: Reading Night, 4 times this year. As a port of the partnership, we would like to share some of the student’s work with the community.

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