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Hurricane Irma swept through Jacksonville on Sept. 11, 2017. As a result of the storm and subsequent flooding of the St. Johns River, the historic gardens of the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens required an extensive restoration. The museum recently announced the full reopening of its gardens. more
EMMA Concert Association recently announced the schedule for the EMMA Concert Series’ 41st season in the Oldest City. EMMA is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization that features high-quality music and dance performances such as the Gainesville Orchestra and Dance Alive National Ballet at Flagler College’s Lewis Auditorium. more
EMMA Concert Association recently announced the schedule for the EMMA Concert Series’ 41st season in the Oldest City. EMMA is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization that features high-quality music and dance performances such as the Gainesville Orchestra and Dance Alive National Ballet at Flagler College’s Lewis Auditorium. more
The National League of American Pen Women, Jacksonville Branch has a collaborative art exhibit featuring works of artist and writer members on display through July at the Jewish Community Alliance in Jacksonville. more
The Beaches Museum hosted author Gary Monroe on July 11 to speak about his work writing about and interviewing the African American Florida landscape painters known as the “Highwaymen.” The paintings, which were sold door-to-door from the 50s through the 80s, have recently become recognized as indigenous Florida art and celebrated throughout the country. more
On Friday, July 5, St. Augustine’s Cutter and Cutter art gallery launched a new exhibit, featuring the surreal art of Salvador Dalí. The exhibit is accompanied by a surprising Ted Geisel exhibit that displays his “secret work,” a world beyond his children's books, similar to the works of Dalí. Ted Geisel, by the way, is critically acclaimed American children’s book author, Dr. Seuss. more
About to embark on its 100th season, Theatre Jacksonville has been a fixture in the heart of Jacksonville’s arts scene since opening in 1919. Still affectionately known to some old-timers as “The Little Theatre,” Theatre Jacksonville has been providing quality community productions for nearly a century in the same lovingly-maintained 1920s-era San Marco historic theater. more
The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach will host its quarterly “Dinner with an Artist,” program July 12, featuring local artist Anna Miller. more
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