In the Gallery

 

Through Our Eyes Gallery Talk featuring 
Naju Calizaire
"The Role of Symbols, Patterns and Principles in the
Art of Self Transformation"

FREE EVENT

Thursday July 24th,   6 - 8pm


 

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 EXHIBIT CLOSING PERFORMANCE

TROMBONE RAY

July 31st   6 - 8 pm   

Free Event - RSVP 807.2010

 

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Through Our Eyes 2014:

Call and Response: Illuminating God's Trombones 

Now Open through July 2014

In the gallery of the Ritz Theatre and Museum

 

Written by Jacksonville’s “Poet Laureate”, James Weldon Johnson’s God’s Trombones celebrates the eloquence, earthiness and passion of African American preachers.  Their unique and often dramatic delivery of inspirational messages to the congregation combined vivid imagery, spiritual references and worldly applications. The theme of this exhibit challenges artists to create work inspired by the writings of one of the world’s great literary figures.

 

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THROUGH OUR EYES 2014

CALL AND REPONSE:

ILLUMINATING
GOD'S TROMBONES

Through July 31st!

 

COMING SOON IN THE GALLERY:

THE FINE ART OF JAZZ -
Photographs of Dan White

A Program of Exhibits USA and
The National Endowment for the Arts

September 11th. 2014 -
January 7th 2015 

 

 

  


EXHIBIT EVENTS

Exhibit Closing Performance
by Trombone Ray
July 31st  6-8 pm  
Free Event!   

 

 

 

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