Lectures

To register for programs, please call 904.899.6023.
  1. September 7 | Cummer Beaches Lecture Series - Florence: The Cradle of the Renaissance

    Free | No registration required
    Beaches Museum & History Park Chapel

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  2. September 12 | Talks & Tea - Urban Spaces, Open Skies: 20th-Century American Landscapes

    Members Free, Non-Members $6 | Registration required

    You are invited to the Museum to enjoy an insightful talk over a cup of tea and a sweet treat, led by Associate Curator Nelda Damiano, on Urban Spaces, Open Skies: 20th Century American Landscape

    All reservations are will-call only. Check-in will be in the Cummer Museum Lobby. Please note we do not offer refunds. You must use your reservation for the date purchased. 

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  3. September 20 | A Tour with Ninah

    Members $15, Non-Members $20 | Registration required
    Doors open at 5:45 p.m.

    Experience the Cummer Museum through the eyes of Ninah Cummer. Multi-faceted artist/educator Barbara Colaciello brings Ninah to life as she shares how Ninah curated her collection and her vision for the future. There will be seated stops in specific galleries where you can gaze at the art purchased by Ninah and learn more about what inspired her to purchase particular works of art. After the tour, enjoy cheese, beer, and wine in the Uible Loggia. 

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  4. October 5 | Cummer Beaches Lecture Series: Rome as a Center for the Arts

    Free | No registration required
    Beaches Museum & History Park Chapel

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  5. November 2 | Cummer Beaches Lecture Series: Caravaggio and the Drama of Baroque Art

    Free | No registration required
    Beaches Museum & History Park Chapel

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  6. November 14 | Lecture & Luncheon: “Where We Want to Live” with Ryan Gravel of the Atlanta Beltline

    Members $30, Non-Members $40 | Registration required

    Join us at the Cummer Museum for a luncheon and lecture by Ryan Gravel, known for his work on the Atlanta Beltline. The Atlanta Beltline was born in academia as an idea for a better way of life. Its author talks about how this catalyst infrastructure project came to life, what it means, why it matters, and how it fits into a much larger cultural momentum that can forever change the way we think about and build the places where we live. For further information or to register, please call 904.899.6023.

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