In the Arts
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First Coast Opera has been approved for a $50,000 award as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. more
When the Hillary Whitaker Gallery closed its doors during the state-wide shutdown, the climate was one of fear, uncertainty and apprehension. COVID-19 seemed to strike with a sudden force and the aftermath unfolded in isolation. more
Mexican-American artist Alma Ramirez has discovered a new way to express hope and tranquility — all because of an unfortunate accident. more
Since the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts closed to the public in mid-March, the Jacksonville Symphony has taken to social media to continue bringing music to Jacksonville. more
In absence of visitors during the recent COVID-19 shutdown, the Lightner Museum has undergone a transformation. Returning patrons will find that almost the entire first floor has been given a makeover. more
The Ponte Vedra Concert Hall, in partnership with Flying Saucer Presents, will proudly welcome eclectic pop-folk singer-songwriter Andrew Bird to the stage on Monday, April 19, 2021. more
"Put Art in Your Yard" is a social media movement designed to inspire artists to exhibit creative works in their yards. #putartinyouryard. more
During the COVID-19 shutdown, establishments have used the free time to work on cleaning, renovation and innovation, and St. Augustine’s Lightner Museum is no different. more
Social gatherings and events may be canceled, but passion and creativity are still alive and well. more
Only a year after taking the position of director and CEO of the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Adam Levine announced he will be leaving the institution in late April. more
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