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Tag Archives: Ninah Cummer

A Vision Awakening: A Celebration of The Cummer Gardens

Aug

29

This collaboration captures not only the beauty of The Cummer’s existing Gardens, but provides insight into the passionate woman who had the vision, heart and energy to bring such beauty to our city.

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New Acquisition: Augusta Savage, Gamin

Aug

13

Gamin was created early in her career, around 1930, and won her a scholarship to study in Europe. The title Gamin refers to a French word meaning…

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Olmsted Garden Opening Event for Members

Apr

04

Join us as we celebrate the Grand Opening of our Olmsted Garden. The Member Opening will take place on Wednesday, April 10th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and…

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Olmsted Garden Opening

Apr

03

Be sure to join us April 11 as we unveil the newly-restored Olmsted Garden.

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In Case you Missed It: Olmsted Garden Lecture

Mar

22

In case you weren’t able to join us last night for the Garden Month lecture, “The Olmsted Garden,” here’s what you missed.

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Eartha White and Ninah Cummer: Connecting with Community

Dec

07

Through photographs, letters, and ephemera, this exhibition celebrates two strong women who helped shape Jacksonville in the twentieth century, and whose legacies remain vibrant today.

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