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Talking to Bobby Kelley at the bar at El Jefe (yes, we had beers; yes, we had chips and queso), I can’t help but think about Alexander McQueen. No, the Jax-based designer and entrepreneur … more
The gateway to Florida, Jacksonville has long served as a transit hub. Steamships, railroads and trucks have all made their mark on the history and culture of the city. In the boom years following … more
The state of Florida is known for many things—some kitschy, some historical, some just plain shameful (hanging chads, anyone?)—but it’s safe to say that the Sunshine State can claim … more
Art has the power to be healing and transformative. For survivors of sexual assault, it can be a lifeline. The statistics are staggering. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, … more
Thony Aiuppy is just the sort of artist and activist every community needs: one who’s fiercely determined to elevate the voices of the unheard. Finding inspiration in news headlines, … more
Shaun Powell is a born leader. “My mom would say I was born directing people,” she laughs. “She would call it bossy.” Poems, stories and imaginary worlds manifested … more
Often overshadowed by cultural hubs like Atlanta and Orlando, Jacksonville has not been synonymous with an exciting night on the town. Actor, director and Jacksonville native Lee Hamby is on a … more
Jacksonville printmaker and visual artist Mico Fuentes challenges his viewer’s concepts of perception and presence in his playful, imaginative creations. But he also invites audiences to see a … more
In an age when totally corrupt powers that be are planning to try to legislate humans out of existence, representation matters more than ever. The idea of representation (especially in arts and … more
UNF professor and Cathedral Arts Project inspire wonder and creativity more
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