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Tag Archives: jazz

Top 10 Facts About The Great Depression

Nov

19

This series will highlight 10 quick and easy facts about different cultures, artistic movements, and stylistic periods. Stay tuned for the next list in the series!
To see more paintings from Modern Dialect, come visit the Museum before January 5th, 2014.

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Garden Month 2013: Week 1 Schedule

Feb

27

Garden Month 2013 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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Jazz, Jacksonville and the Harlem Renaissance

Nov

19

When one hears the term Harlem Renaissance, it is hardly ever followed with thoughts of Jacksonville, FL. This may change for attendees of our Jazz, Jacksonville, and the Harlem Renaissance lecture on…

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Garden Week – Noel Freidline Quintet

Mar

03

There is no one “star” in this seasoned ensemble, they are a band in the true sense of the word. Each member is constantly injecting musical ideas into the mix, creating a sound that is paradoxically very structured yet very fluid. “You won’t find another band that swings as hard as the Noel Freidline Quintet. [...]

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