Public Art

Darryl Green: An Epic Night of Music & Photography

Darryl Green's "Lush" photography series

On March 20th at 7pm at the in Springfield (1827 North Pearl St.), promises “an Epic Night” for the opening of his photography series Lush. To celebrate in style, the attire is semi-formal, food and champagne will be provided and of  will perform. In addition Green’s own band will take the stage. For Lush, Green says he was inspired by the “sensuality of a woman’s being” using “different lighting techniques to show off a woman’s body without showing it.” He draws inspiration from other photographers such as Helmut Newton and Jacksonville native and Green’s close friend Tyler Shields. Green feels …

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NEW SOUTHBANK RIVERWALK

The Barge, Southank Riverwalk, Jacksonville FL

New Public Art and BARGE Event Series Will Help Activate Downtown Adding to the exciting wave of Downtown renewal, the new, improved Southbank Riverwalk opened today with an event at Friendship Fountain. Mayor , Council President , Councilmembers ,  and , and other city leaders announced new features and opportunities in celebration of the opening of this renovated  centerpiece. “This newly redesigned  will add even more momentum to our Downtown riverfront and serve as a destination for our residents and visitors,” said Mayor Brown. “This new 4,000-foot Riverwalk provides a unique experience for the public to enjoy our treasured St. …

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Vision for Shipyards Development presented by Shad Khan

Vision for Shipyards Development presented by Shad Khan, Jacksonville, FL - Image courteousy of POPULOUS

JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Feb. 17, 2015 – The eagerly anticipated vision to transform the Shipyards riverfront downtown property into a vibrant entertainment and leisure district was presented today by  owner  and team president  on behalf of , a new development entity created by Khan specifically for the . The vision was presented at the Jaguars’ annual state of the franchise event, where updates involving the Jaguars were shared with City leaders and news media in attendance, and online with the public via live streaming. The property, which encompasses approximately 48 acres of City-owned property on the north bank of the St. …

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