Virtual Programs

To register for programs, please call 904.899.6038.
  1. December 28 | Virtual Art Camp - Dec. 28, morning

    During this online camp, young artists will virtually explore the Museum and experience different perspectives and mediums across cultures, times, and locations and create their own unique artworks. Morning and afternoon half-day camp classes available with a different theme each day.
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  2. December 28 | Virtual Art Camp - Dec. 28, afternoon

    During this online camp, young artists will virtually explore the Museum and experience different perspectives and mediums across cultures, times, and locations and create their own unique artworks. Morning and afternoon half-day camp classes available with a different theme each day. Registration required.
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  3. December 29 | Virtual Art Camp - Dec. 29, morning

    During this online camp, young artists will virtually explore the Museum and experience different perspectives and mediums across cultures, times, and locations and create their own unique artworks. Morning and afternoon half-day camp classes available with a different theme each day. Registration required.
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  4. December 29 | Virtual Art Camp - Dec. 29, afternoon

    During this online camp, young artists will virtually explore the Museum and experience different perspectives and mediums across cultures, times, and locations and create their own unique artworks. 
    Morning and afternoon half-day camp classes available with a different theme each day. Registration required.
    Learn More >
  5. December 30 | Virtual Art Camp - Dec. 30, morning

    During this online camp, young artists will virtually explore the Museum and experience different perspectives and mediums across cultures, times, and locations and create their own unique artworks. Morning and afternoon half-day camp classes available with a different theme each day. Registration required.
    Learn More >
  6. December 30 | Virtual Art Camp - Dec. 30, afternoon

    During this online camp, young artists will virtually explore the Museum and experience different perspectives and mediums across cultures, times, and locations and create their own unique artworks. 
    Morning and afternoon half-day camp classes available with a different theme each day. Registration required.
    Learn More >
  7. January 6 | LiterARTure - Jan. 6

    Join art lecturer Cindy Edelman and writer Stacey Goldring for the second season of LiterARTure.

    Running For Cover                         

    With fear and unknowing, the pandemic has unhinged us. Cindy Edelman and Stacey Goldring run for cover and retreat to 19th century art and literature in order to find context in our turbulent times. Virtual lecture. 

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  8. January 7 | Pietà and Lamentation: Themes of Compassion in Cummer Collection - Virtual Art History Lecture with Dr. Scott Brown

    Learn from home! Cummer Beaches presents a three-part virtual lecture series with P. Scott Brown, PhD, Professor of Art History, University of North Florida. Experience this series of talks highlighting a selection of works in the Cummer Museum’s permanent collection. A Zoom link for access will be sent to all registrants the week of the lecture.

    Pietà and Lamentation: Themes of Compassion in Cummer Collection
    Free | Registration required

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  9. January 14 | Culture and Conversation: Virtual Lecture with Abra Lee

    You’re invited to tune in virtually for a lecture by Abra Lee, renowned horticulturist and founder of Conquer the Soil and BIPOC Working Hort Group. In this discussion, Lee will discuss creating inclusive gardens in unconventional spaces.

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  10. January 18 | Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Free Admission for All

    11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
     
    Virtual and In-Person Experiences
     
    Features include author Rodney L. Hurst Sr., Jacksonville Arts and Music School students, and more! 
     
     
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  11. January 21 | Eugène-Louis Charvot: Virtual Lecture with Susan Gallo

    Hear from guest curator, Susan Gallo, as she discusses the Museum’s collection of Eugène-Louis Charvot works. The Eugène-Louis Charvot exhibition focuses on his breadth of processes, productivity and inspiration in painting, etching and drawing. With a focus on family portraits, pastoral country scenes, nocturnes and North African genre and street scenes, the exhibition’s intimate setting weaves family photographs, journal entries and excerpts from family letters to recreate the worldview that informed Charvot’s oeuvre.

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  12. February 23 | LiterARTure - Feb. 23

    Join art lecturer Cindy Edelman and writer Stacey Goldring for the second season of LiterARTure.

    Comfortably Mysterious
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  13. February 24 | LiterARTure - Feb. 24

    Join art lecturer Cindy Edelman and writer Stacey Goldring for the second season of LiterARTure.

    Comfortably Mysterious
     
    Mysterious identities, nocturnal flights of escapes, legal mudslinging and finagling all draped in white. Join Cindy Edelman and Stacey Goldring as they unlock these clues, revealing why a classic who-dunnit and infamous feud among famous artists offer needed respite.
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  14. March 10 | Ponce de Leon Virtual Opening Night for Sporting Fashion

    Join the Museum’s Ponce de León Donor Society for a special evening celebrating our signature exhibition opening in March, Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls from 1800 - 1960. The virtual program will include remarks from Dr. Andrea Barnwell Brownlee, George W. and Kathleen I. Gibbs Director and Chief Executive Officer, as well as Kerrie Slattery, the Museum’s Chief Advancement Officer. The evening will continue with an exhibition overview and tour of the exhibition led by Holly Keris, Delores Barr and J.
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  15. March 11 | Member Virtual Opening Night for Sporting Fashion

    Join the Museum’s Ponce de León Donor Society for a special evening celebrating our signature exhibition opening in March, Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls from 1800 - 1960. The virtual program will include remarks from Dr. Andrea Barnwell Brownlee, George W. and Kathleen I. Gibbs Director and Chief Executive Officer, as well as Kerrie Slattery, the Museum’s Chief Advancement Officer. The evening will continue with an exhibition overview and tour of the exhibition led by Holly Keris, Delores Barr and J.
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  16. March 18 | Virtual Lecture with Fashion Designer, Abigail Lorick

    You won’t want to miss a virtual lecture from model turned fashion designer Abigail Lorick, of the sustainable clothing company, Ansea. You may even unknowingly be familiar with Lorick’s work, as she was the designer in which Gossip Girl based the fictional collection, Waldorf Designs. Hear how Lorick’s career has been shaped by modeling, the design world and her current company, which focuses on styles that are functional, fashionable and sustainable.   
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