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February 2022

To register for programs, please call 904.356.6857.
  1. 1 | Admission - Tuesday, February 1 from 11am to 3:30pm

    Please keep the following in mind before purchasing your ticket:

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  2. 1 | Get Your Learn On: Highlight Tour

    Every Tuesday in January, February and March.

    Join with a Docent to explore, learn and enjoy highlights of the Museum’s art and gardens. For all ages and free with admission.

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  3. 1 | Admission - VyStar Credit Union Free Tuesday

    Please keep the following in mind before purchasing your ticket:

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  4. 4 | Friday Night Picnic

    Wind down and decompress as you relish in the beauty of the historic Cummer Gardens. Guests will enjoy al fresco dining with a picnic, and access to seating throughout the Museum’s 1.45 acre property or bring your own blanket.
     
    Prices include admission. Menu options vary. Vegetarian options are available.
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  5. 5 | Block Print Testimonials

    With artist Lalaine Garcia. We all have a story to tell, as witness to or participant in events both private and shared. These moments are captured by the artists of the exhibition American Perspectives: Highlights from the American Folk Art Museum. Capture your moment in a print of your own design. Sketch and then carve into a block an image of your American experience. Ink your carved block and reproduce your image singularly or in a pattern to share with the world. Registration Required. Materials are included.

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  6. 6 | (Postponed) Cummer Beaches Gala – An Homage to Ninah Cummer

     

    This event has been postponed.

     

    Join us as we celebrate 60 years of engaging and inspiring through the arts, gardens, and education—creating an art community for all.
    We are looking forward to brighter days ahead and hope you will join us on Feb. 6, 2022 for the Cummer Beaches Gala at TPC Sawgrass Country Club.
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  7. 8 | Get Your Learn On: Highlight Tour

    Every Tuesday in January, February and March.

    Join with a Docent to explore, learn and enjoy highlights of the Museum’s art and gardens. For all ages and free with admission.

    Learn More >
  8. 8 | (Canceled) Teacher's Lounge - Feb.8

    Socialize and recharge as you connect with education professionals, swap ideas, visit our galleries and gardens, and enjoy refreshments.

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  9. 9 | Look at That!- Feb.9

    Us

    Join us for a fun and mindful virtual mid-week break. Each week we slow down to observe two to three works and notice the details. Discover the joy of looking at art and gardens and talk with others about your observations and experience.

    Second and fourth Wednesdays of January, February and March.

     

    Learn More >
  10. 9 | (Canceled) Ponce de Leon Opening Night of American Perspectives

    This event has been canceled.

     

     

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  11. 10 | (Canceled) Member Opening Night of American Perspectives

    This event has been canceled.

     

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  12. 11 | Friday Night Picnic

    Wind down and decompress as you relish in the beauty of the historic Cummer Gardens. Guests will enjoy al fresco dining with a picnic, and access to seating throughout the Museum’s 1.45 acre property or bring your own blanket.
     
    Prices include admission. Menu options vary. Vegetarian options are available.
    Learn More >
  13. 11 | Friday Night Draw with Artist William McMahan - Feb.11

    Drawing in the Galleries

    All Levels Students of all levels are invited to r practice your skills with exercises that focus on line, shape, mark making, shading, perspective and composition.

    Registration required. Supplies not included. Click here for a supply list.

     

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  14. 13 | Artful Explorations - Feb.13

    Speak Up!

    Join us for hands-on explorations to feed your curiosity and creative spirit. A fun drop-in art-making activity for all ages and free with admission.

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  15. 13 | (Canceled) Love Hurts: Feuds, Falling Outs, and Failed Relationships Tour

    This event has been canceled.

     

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  16. 15 | (Canceled) The Works and Life of Vincent Van Gogh: Tribulations and Triumphs (Part II)

    This event has been canceled.

     
     
    AN AFTERNOON OF ART LECTURES
     
    This lecture series is held at Story & Song Bookstore Bistro, 1430 Park Avenue, Fernandina Beach.
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  17. 15 | Get Your Learn On: Highlight Tour

    Every Tuesday in January, February and March.

    Join with a Docent to explore, learn and enjoy highlights of the Museum’s art and gardens. For all ages and free with admission.

    Learn More >
  18. 15 | Make & Take Tuesday: Sketch Your Story

    With artist Xana Jazmin Juarez. Create a series of three personal lifetime experiences inspired by the exhibition American Perspectives: Highlights from the American Folk Art Museum. Start by sketching from objects in the gallery and finish in the studio, or at home, by embellishing and adding color. All materials included. Registration Required.

     

    In person, in the studio

    Ages 12+

     

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  19. 16 | Storyteller Mornings - Feb.16

    Listen, sing, dance, and laugh with the Storyteller. The Cummer Museum and the Jacksonville Public Library join to present an art-filled story time adventure. For families with 2–6-year-olds, free with admission and registration required.

    Register Here

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  20. 18 | Friday Night Picnic

    Wind down and decompress as you relish in the beauty of the historic Cummer Gardens. Guests will enjoy al fresco dining with a picnic, and access to seating throughout the Museum’s 1.45 acre property or bring your own blanket.
     
    Prices include admission. Menu options vary. Vegetarian options are available.
    Learn More >
  21. 22 | Get Your Learn On: Highlight Tour

    Every Tuesday in January, February and March.

    Join with a Docent to explore, learn and enjoy highlights of the Museum’s art and gardens. For all ages and free with admission.

    Learn More >
  22. 22 | (Postponed) LiterARTure – Feb. 22 Our Culture: Rearrangements

    This event has been postponed.

     

    The 2021-2022 LiterARTure series, presented by art lecturer Cindy Edelman and writer Stacey Goldring,  will focus on contemporary reflections celebrating the Cummer Museum’s 60th anniversary.

     

    Our Culture: Rearrangements focuses on 1960s art and literature, capturing or our reframing, ever changing American identity.

    Learn More >
  23. 23 | Look at That!- Feb.23

    Folk

    Join us for a fun and mindful virtual mid-week break. Each week we slow down to observe two to three works and notice the details. Discover the joy of looking at art and gardens and talk with others about your observations and experience.

    Second and fourth Wednesdays of January, February and March.

     

    Learn More >
  24. 23 | (Postponed) LiterARTure – Feb. 23 Our Culture: Rearrangements

    This event has been postponed.

     

    The 2021-2022 LiterARTure series, presented by art lecturer Cindy Edelman and writer Stacey Goldring,  will focus on contemporary reflections celebrating the Cummer Museum’s 60th anniversary.

     

    Our Culture: Rearrangements focuses on 1960s art and literature, capturing or our reframing, ever changing American identity.

    Learn More >
  25. 25 | Friday Night Picnic

    Wind down and decompress as you relish in the beauty of the historic Cummer Gardens. Guests will enjoy al fresco dining with a picnic, and access to seating throughout the Museum’s 1.45 acre property or bring your own blanket.
     
    Prices include admission. Menu options vary. Vegetarian options are available.
    Learn More >
  26. 25 | Portrait Drawing with a Live Model - Feb.25

    Drawing with Live Model

    All Levels Students of all levels are invited to r practice your skills with exercises that focus on line, shape, mark making, shading, perspective and composition.

    Registration required. Supplies not included. Click here for a supply list.

     

    Learn More >
  27. 26 to 27 | Clay Folk

    With artist Glendia Cooper. The exhibition American Perspectives: Highlights from the American Folk Art Museum brings to us beautiful, diverse, and truthful art that illuminates the unique thoughts and experiences of individuals. Learn techniques to hand build with clay to create your unique expression of the American experience. Two back-to-back days for six hours total. Registration Required. Materials are included.

     

    In person, in the studio

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