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Art and Culture

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UNF has a dynamic collection of artistic offerings, from student-created artwork to the acquisition and installation of works from celebrated artists.

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Distinguished Voices Lecture Series
This series of free lectures by noteworthy speakers cover a wide range of subject matter, such as foreign affairs, economics, and world culture.

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Fine Arts Center
Lazarra Performance Hall and Robinson Theater present concerts ,dance, drama, opera and other enriching performances by international, national, and local solo artists and groups.

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Gallery of Art
Throughout the year, the University Gallery features individual and group exhibitions by artists of regional and national renown and group shows featuring UNF art faculty and art majors.

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Great American Jazz Series
The Great American Jazz Series offers ticketed concerts throughout the year by contemporary jazz musicians and influential legends.

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Lufrano Intercultural Gallery

Lufrano Intercultural Gallery exhibits juried and invitational works of art and programs addressing social issues.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville
As UNF’s main downtown presence, The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville specializes in presenting exhibitions in modern art after 1960, art education through lectures and classes, and community outreach.

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Music Concerts
The UNF School of Music hosts free and ticketed concerts by UNF students, music ensembles, faculty and guest artists and conducts educational outreach through summer camp programs.

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Special Exhibits at the Thomas G. Carpenter Library
Located by the Thomas G. Carpenter Library’s front entrance and Special Collections, these special exhibitions promote library-related themes, materials and collections.