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Amerika Brings Beautiful to MOSH

World-renowned visual artist will present a lecture this October in the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium at the as part of the VyStar International Artist Lecture Series. Seating is limited. Tickets are available that include a pre-reception artist meet or general admission to lecture only (https://markamerika.eventbrite.com/). All ticket holders will receive complimentary tickets to

Blue Trees in Jacksonville

International Artist, Konstantin Dimopoulos, Paints Trees Blue in Hemming Park This past Saturday, Jan 16, Greenscape of Jacksonville, Inc. invited North Florida families to meet internationally-respected artist Konstantin Dimopoulos in to help launch his project THE BLUE TREES in . [tie_slideshow][tie_slide] Photo by Fran Ruchalski Jamie Can (from left), Peter Valaer, Soo

Year of the River – Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens

By: Amber Sesnick Year of the River has provided a platform for artists, environmentalists, and historians to engage visitors in a dynamic discussion of the , which has been called the cultural current of our city. The river has been an important factor in economic growth, recreation, and creating better quality of
State of Downtown, Jacksonville, FL

DVI reports on the State of Downtown

Each year, Downtown Vision, Inc. publishes its “State of Downtown” report. The publication analyzes the previous year’s trends and successes, providing a snapshot of  health and progress. Today, we are pleased to release the 2014 report, which covers information on: investment + development office + employment residential culture + entertainment
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