In the Arts
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October is usually the month the St. Augustine Art Association installs the Tactile Art Show for the blind and visually impaired. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, touchable art couldn’t happen. Taking the place of the Tactile Art Show this year will be, “This is My World,” sponsored by Vystar Credit Union. This is an exhibit of works embodying personal stories, struggle and emotion in an overwhelming response to events that have happened in 2020. more
World-music and Latin-jazz pioneer Al Di Meola will return to the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall on March 26. He last performed at there in February 2019. Tickets for the show are on sale now. more
This fall, 12 Osceola Elementary students will receive scholarships for 15 weeks of art instruction thanks to a grant from the Dr. JoAnn Crisp-Ellert Fund at The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida. more
Australian animator Ron Campbell has been fascinating people with his cartoon-making from a very early age. more
When Alexis Magnano was 12 years old, she began to notice an unfulfilled need in the Ponte Vedra community. She felt that senior citizens are often overlooked, and she felt within her heart a need to tackle this issue and create a change within the community. more
You may not know his name, but you’ve heard him speak. more
One of Lightner Museum’s most brilliant treasures is back after a hiatus of two years. more
The Jacksonville Symphony will host pre-season concerts on Wednesday, Sept. 16, and Thursday, Sept. 17. more
St. Augustine’s fifth annual Sing Out Loud Festival will indeed go on this month, but due to challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, the performances will be presented virtually. more
Ever since Brenda Basham Dothage was a child, she had a yearning to paint. more
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