Lectures

To register for programs, please call 904.899.6038.
  1. April 1 | Hamilton: How the Musical Remixes American History

    OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION, THE MUSEUM WILL TEMPORARILY CLOSE TO THE PUBLIC BEGINNING MARCH 14 THROUGH FRIDAY, APRIL 3 (SUBJECT TO CHANGE). ALL EVENTS AND PROGRAMS ARE POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE VISIT THE UPDATES SECTION OF OUR WEBSITE AND OUR SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS FOR THE LATEST UPDATE.

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  2. April 2 | Hamilton: How the Musical Remixes American History

    OUT OF AN ABUNDANCE OF CAUTION, THE MUSEUM WILL TEMPORARILY CLOSE TO THE PUBLIC BEGINNING MARCH 14 THROUGH FRIDAY, APRIL 3 (SUBJECT TO CHANGE). ALL EVENTS AND PROGRAMS ARE POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE VISIT THE UPDATES SECTION OF OUR WEBSITE AND OUR SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS FOR THE LATEST UPDATE.

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  3. April 7 | Iconoclasm Lecture Series: Lessons for Jacksonville

    We continue to monitor COVID-19 (the coronavirus) and the precautionary measures recommended by government and public health officials. Out of an abundance of caution we have decided to cancel this event. 

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  4. April 22 | LiterARTure: Stories and Symbolism of the Holocaust - An Afternoon with Stacey Goldring and Cindy Edelman

    Join art lecturer Cindy Edelman and writer Stacey Goldring for the final lecture of a four part conversation that explores the universality of the arts and its positive effects on our country’s proud legacy of civil

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