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Oversteet Ducasse Triggered: Catalyst to Activist Exhibit at The Corner Gallery

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The Corner Gallery, 40 East Adams Street, Jacksonville

If activists are made and not born, how do we work through tragedy together to make a sustainable difference? Through his art, artist @overstreetducasse brings us closer to examining our obsession with gun possession. Gun violence reverberates in any city where it then becomes a dominant issue for a neighborhood. As Jacksonville’s murder rates continue to rise, […]

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Great Cities Symposium 2021

Garden Club of Jacksonville, 1005 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville

Scenic Jacksonville is pleased to welcome Ron Littlefield as its guest speaker at this year’s Great Cities Symposium. Littlefield is former two term mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee and current senior […]

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River City Haunts Tour

Bold City Downtown, 109 E Bay St, Jacksonville

Explore the darker side of Jacksonville with tales told by a local spirit. Free street parking after 6pm. Optional cemetery tour follows. About this event River City Haunts exposes the […]

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Oversteet Ducasse Triggered: Catalyst to Activist Exhibit at The Corner Gallery

Recurring
The Corner Gallery, 40 East Adams Street, Jacksonville

If activists are made and not born, how do we work through tragedy together to make a sustainable difference? Through his art, artist @overstreetducasse brings us closer to examining our obsession with gun possession. Gun violence reverberates in any city where it then becomes a dominant issue for a neighborhood. As Jacksonville’s murder rates continue to rise, […]

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Speaker Series: Jacksonville’s Hispanic Heritage

Old St. Andrews Church, 317 A Philip Randolph Boulevard, Jacksonville

Dr. Rebecca Dominguez-Karimi is an oral historian, founder of Treasures From Aztlan, writer, and speaker on the Florida Humanities Council. An oral historian since 2005, her Treasures From Aztlan collection contains Mexican American narrators that lived during the Jim Crow era. As a first-generation American Rebecca struggled with her identity as the dominant Anglo culture clashed with […]

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Only events occurring within Downtown Jacksonville will be accepted.
If you have any questions please email lexi@dtjax.org.