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Tag Archives: teachers

Arts for All Workshop

Dec

16

On December 5th The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens hosted a professional development workshop centered on Arts for All, a set of adaptive art tools invented by Dwayne Szot and housed here at The Cummer. Dwayne’s training as…

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Start with the Arts

Nov

11

The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens is proud to partner with MOCA Jacksonville to host a Start With the Arts training this November. This initiative is funded by VSA, a program…

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“Lobby for the Arts” exhibition in Art Connections

Jan

14

A traveling exhibit called “Lobby for the Arts,” opened at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens on January 8, 2013. The exhibit features artwork and video performances by…

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J. Johnson Gallery presents The ART of MOVEMENT

May

18

J. Johnson Gallery is currently featuring the exhibit Tripping the Line Fantastic, with Barbara Sorensen and Tony Orrico. The exhibit explores the ideas of line and movement, with inspiration from…

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Kids say the darnedest things!

Apr

04

The Cummer serves over 22,000 students and teachers every year through our school tours. We encourage students to ask questions and make observations during their museum experience. Every now and then, they say some of the darnedest things. I thought I’d share a few of their comments with you.

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