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Tag Archives: photography

A Commemoration of the Civil Rights Movement: Photography from the High Museum of Art



Written by Caitlyn Gutierrez, Curatorial Intern The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens would like to present A Commemoration of the Civil Rights Movement: Photography from the High Museum of Art. This exhibit is composed of 22 photographic images captured over the course of the Civil Rights Movement, from 1956 – 1968. These photographs were [...]

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Top 10 Facts About Families During The Holocaust



Written by Caitlyn Gutierrez, Curatorial Intern Three Brothers, Tel Aviv                                1992 10           Even before the Holocaust, many Jewish families began to flee their homelands because of discrimination 9              A large number of Jewish families and individuals that were trying to emigrate were aided by the Japanese and granted visas to help them escape through China [...]

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New Photography Policy



In an attempt to improve our visitor’s experience of the Museum & Gardens, we are instituting a new Photography Policy. Below is a list of some of the main changes and important points in the Policy. The complete Photography Policy can be found on our website. Our main goal with this new policy is to enhance the experience of our visitors.

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Artist in the Store: Tom Grzybala



Now that I have been working with digital imaging for a while, I have begun to realize that you do not necessarily need a physical medium to express your view and understanding of the world around you. Writers do…

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SLOW: Marking Time in Photography and Film



There are no ticking clocks in this exhibit. No sand running through the hour glass to mark the passage of time. In fact there is almost…

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Photo Challenge #4: What is Your Florida?



Now for the Challenge! We want to see how YOU see Florida. What does Florida mean to you? What is YOUR Florida? From January 14th through April 7th 2012, send between one and three photos to…

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