It is our mission to engage and inspire through the arts, gardens, and education. We believe that art can unite our community and inspire creativity, sincerity, and kindness. The Cummer Museum can continue to provide comfort, wisdom, and the means for self-expression and connection through our virtual presence. Here you will find innovative solutions to experience the Museum and its benefits from home.
ART MAKING AT HOME
The Museum's new "Art Making at Home" guide provides ideas and instructions for creating Museum inspired art projects from home. Choose one of the projects in the guide and get the whole family involved! Helpful hint - visit our YouTube Channel for an at-home tutorial.
COLOR THE CUMMER MUSEUM
We invite you to #ColorTheCummerMuseum collection by downloading, coloring, and reimagining works of art found in the Museum. Share them with us on social media using the hashtag above and you could see your designs featured on the Cummer Museum's page.
The new Cummer Museum "Resource Guide" is intended to be a starting point to online engagement. Looking for projects to create, livestream concerts to listen to, or curriculum based teaching tools? You'll find great suggestions here!
MOMENTS OF LEARNING
Take a moment to learn with us! Our educational videos feature topics ranging from art history to art theory, from the colors on a color wheel to the development of a local park.
Elements of Art
Explore the Elements of Art through our art and gardens with museum educator, Danielle. Part one of this seven-part series focuses on the color wheel and is geared to students in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade.
Artists Haunted by Florida's Memory
The founders of the Cummer Museum quickly became intrigued by the mystique of Florida. For nearly 60 years the Museum has developed a special collection of the art of Florida. From artists and alligators, to swamps and Seminoles, join Chief Curator, Holly Keris, for a discussion on Artists Haunted by Florida's Memory.
Conservation, Beautification, and a City Plan
Ninah Cummer was instrumental in conserving, preserving, and developing Jacksonville's green spaces. Conservation, Beautification, and a City Plan: Ninah Cummer and the Beautification of Jacksonville shows just how much of an imprint Mrs. Cummer made on the city and it's parks. Learn about the history of Riverside and how it shaped what the neighborhood looks like today.
More About Mildred
Charmion von Wiegand: Iterations of Abstraction in America in the 20th Century
VIRTUAL COOKING CLASS
This virtual cooking class was born out of the understanding that at this time it’s essential that we keep our social distance while staying emotionally connected. Options for meal kits as well as virtual visits are available. Our Café is adapting to be more socially responsible in finding ways to best serve you, our valued community, and our amazing team! Chef’s Garden, our Café’s catering team, is taking even more precautions to ensure we are working to the highest levels of health and safety standard. Chef’s Garden’s Meal Delivery Program offers socially responsible dining options with ready to eat meals for your family dinners. View the full delivery menu here. To participate in a virtual cooking class click the link below.
Explore the Cummer Museum on your own by browsing our Permanent Collection. Visit our YouTube Channel for vitural lectures on works in the permanent collection, or view our Visitor Experience Team's favorite works in the collection.
The Eclectic Ecology Virtual Tour allows you to venture through landscape perspectives from Ponce de Leon to Florida Man.
Experience the beauty of the Cummer Gardens in an entirely new way. The Interactive Garden Tour features a map of the Gardens and intriguing photos and facts about its plants, sculptures, and landmarks.
The Royal Dish Interactive Tour provides a fascinating look at the history behind the Wark Collection of Early Meissen Porcelain.