The Cummer Museum presents works by 30 Northeast Florida-Based artists in Art Ventures 30th Anniversary Exhibition
TEDxFSCJ to Host “Vanishing Worlds,” an Adventure Event Focusing on Ocean Preservation
Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens to Present Ancient Egyptian Art
Fernandina Beach Library has a new exhibit featuring Native American art.
Held on the first Tuesdays of January, February and March, at Story & Song Bookstore Bistro,
Library seeks art for upcoming exhibit
There will also be a free demonstration on the use of oil and wax art on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, at 7:00 p.m.
This crafty space is designed for the do-it-yourself artist (experienced or not) to walk in and get creative.
The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, in collaboration with Cummer Amelia, is pleased to present An Afternoon of Art: Lecture Series in partnership with the Fernandina Beach Branch Library.
Howard Gilman supported Mikhail Baryshnikov and created the White Oak Dance Studio to explore new choreographic development in both ballet and modern dance.
The Cocktails & Canvases White Canvas Chef’s Dinner will be hosted at Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resort. It will be an immersive culinary event.
Todd McGrain: The Lost Bird Project opens at the Cummer Museum in Jacksonville and the exhibition will feature five large-scale sculptures.
Talismans in this exhibit are images which were carved into pieces of wood and then inked and pressed onto cloth or paper. These images are thought to be magical and can bring good luck in the afterlife to those who have died.
Guest Artist Gary Johns will be exhibiting his coastal art in oil landscapes, shrimp boats, and birds.
Contributing photographers are all residents of Nassau County, FL and have selected and submitted their favorite images.