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Painter Christopher Clark’s newest works evoke images from Of Blood and Bone, Nora Roberts’ young adult novel. The story is written as a tale is told, unfolding with moments of brilliance … more
What happens when an entire community forgets its history? What happens when only a few people have access to that forgotten knowledge? In the case of the beaches in Duval County, a bit of … more
The touring comedy show, “You Should Smile More & Other Man-spirational Things,” stars The Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead, along with Joyelle Johnson and Jaye McBride. … more
Refraction is the scientific principle that describes how light bends or changes direction when it passes from one substance into another. Lenses, prisms, magnifying glasses and rainbows are good … more
Silvered rainy days lend themselves to introspection and small, domestic chores and crafts. The subdued gesture of a hand on cloth, a well-researched and well-loved idea that then sidles up to the … more
Figurative artworks are compelling because they reflect the world. Portraits take the idea of reflection/presentation into the land of specificity, presenting a captured image of a person. With time, … more
"The arts breathe life into our humanity, they document, they communicate […] the arts build bridges and tear down walls; they animate life and represent history.” Those were the words … more
Puerto Rican tile artist Rolón presents works inspired by his experiences of Florida and his native island. Both are alive with lush landscapes that have suffered from industrial agriculture, … more
When Leonard Cohen intoned, “The rich have got their channels in the bedrooms of the poor,” he may have had Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s 18th-century comic opera in mind, in which … more
It was the era of boom bap, of Metro Pictures, The Tunnel and a CIA-floated sea of white rocks. It was glamorous and dangerous, striving and subversive: The ’80s were excessive in a way that … more
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