In the Arts
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Dr. Robert Head wants people — especially young people — to know success is attainable even amidst disadvantage. more
Even in the time of pandemic, art finds a way. more
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
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