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Tag Archives: Tony Rodrigues

Our Shared Past: Highlight on Tony Rodrigues

Mar

04

Tony Rodrigues‘s work Playground Virility will be in the Our Shared Past exhibition, on view in the Stein Gallery from December 17, 2013 to May 25, 2014.

There will be artist appearances at the Stein Gallery January through…

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Our Shared Past

Dec

16

This exhibition is a collaborative exhibition. Our guest curator, Jefree Shalev, found his parents 8mm home movies, from 1957 through 1968, at their home. Jefree offered…

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What is Art? Art Under Pressure

Nov

08

Join the Up & Cummers in a conversation about the art of printmaking, as they host What is Art? Art Under Pressure at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens on Tuesday, November 13th at 6:30pm.

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Artist in the Store – Tony Rodrigues

Jul

18

Tony has woven a rich tapestry of appropriated imagery culled from the chronicles of the 20th century such as vintage textbooks, postcards and snapshots.

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Join the Up & Cummer’s for What is Art? Art is Healing

May

19

It is no secret that the health care industry plays a vital role in Jacksonville’s sustainability. What many in our community do not know is that the arts play a very important role within that world of helping people heal.

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