Exhibition Programs

To register for programs, please call 904.899.6038.
  1. December 14 | Make & Take Tuesday: Creating a Nature Memory

    Experience nature’s beauty, fragrances, sounds, feel, and even taste as we visit the Cummer Gardens and the exhibition, Rebecca Louise Law: The Journey. Explore your senses and keep your memories alive by creating your own sensory wall hanging inspired by nature.
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  2. February 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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  3. February 9 | Ponce de Leon Opening Night of American Perspectives

    Celebrate the installation and opening of American Perspectives: Highlights from the American Museum of Folk Art in the Mason Gallery. This exhibition explores powerful visual narratives that offer first hand testimony to chapters in the unfolding story of America from its inception to the present. You won’t want to miss being some of the first in Jacksonville to experience this exhibition with welcoming remarks from the George W. and Kathleen I. Gibbs Director and CEO, Andrea Barnwell Brownlee, Ph.D.

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  4. February 10 | Member Opening Night of American Perspectives

    Celebrate the installation and opening of American Perspectives: Highlights from the American Museum of Folk Art in the Mason Gallery. This exhibition explores powerful visual narratives that offer first hand testimony to chapters in the unfolding story of America from its inception to the present. Guests will enjoy beverages (cash bar), small bites and live music for a celebration of the newest exhibition at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens!

     

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  5. February 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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  6. February 26 to February 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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  7. March 31 | Arts & Crafts: A Folksy Dinner Party

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