Virtual Programs

To register for programs, please call 904.356.6857.
  1. January 26 | Look at That!- Jan.26

    Not Me

    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 >
  2. February 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 >
  3. February 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 >
  4. March 9 | Look at That!- Mar.9

    Pi

    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 >
  5. March 23 | Look at That!- Mar.23

    Magnify

    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 >
  6. March 24 | Virtual Lecture Series with Scott Brown, Ph.D. - Treasures from the Collection of Ninah Cummer

    The works that Ninah Cummer bequeathed from her own collection to found our museum form a portrait of her as a collector and founder, as a woman both of her time and looking toward the future that she meant the Cummer Museum to serve. Ninah’s collection offers insights into her concepts of art, beauty, and history and perspective on how our own concepts have evolved and changed since the museum’s founding.

    Learn More >