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Tag Archives: Ingrid Damiani

Featured Exhibition – Collectors’ Choice: Inside the Hearts and Minds of Regional Collectors

May

20

Nearly thirty local collectors were invited to shape this exhibition’s content, sharing some of their most prized possessions with the community.  Each collector has selected the pieces that best illustrate their passion for collecting. Although the works in the exhibition span continents and centuries, each has a unique story and broader message about the role [...]

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See Them Before They Are Gone!

Jan

02

Have you been in to see our Eugene Savage and One in Three exhibits? If not, you need to stop in before January 8th – this Sunday.

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One in Three Exhibition Travels around Jacksonville

Dec

23

One in Three: Let’s Solve our Dropout Crisis, is a powerful art exhibition and community mobilization effort to unite the city of Jacksonville and to create a common vision for our schools.

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Interview: Ingrid Damiani, One in Three Photographer

Nov

04

One in Three, an exhibit spearheaded by The Jacksonville Public Education Fund, is on display at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens through December. The exhibit includes large scale photographs, written narratives, and testimonial videos that highlight the faces and stories of 20 Duval County public school students.

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ONE in THREE: Let’s Solve Our Dropout Crisis

Aug

12

Duval County is at a critical crossroads for improving public education. Therefore, the Jacksonville Public Education Fund has launched a year-long campaign called ONE by ONE in order to bring the community together with hopes of improving public education and lowering the dropout rate.

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Art Beyond Sight ~ Women of Vision

Mar

01

Most people think about experiencing art in only one way – a visual way. We can see works of art in a gallery. We can see how the elements of a work of art are related to each other, and to the whole. We take for granted the ability to examine or admire a work of art, or to create our own.

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