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It even brought VW and Amazon to the city, where they built new plants. Another example is Corpus Christi, where an aquarium was built and the USS Lexington aircraft carrier anchored nearby on the waterfront with a supporting museum, which soon made the city the fourth most popular in the state.
The city then built a new sports stadium, too. Then, Dubuque built an aquarium and enlarged the existing Mississippi River Museum on the river banks. The Delta Queen soon stopped for tourists. These cities prove that it is possible to make a BIG idea really happen with private and corporate investment fostering visionary projects. Over the last few years, our state legislators have significantly defunded programs for the purchase and maintenance of conservation lands that help to ensure healthy rivers and clean drinking water, protect sacred wetlands and habitat for wildlife, and provide opportunities for recreation and tourism.
We cannot afford to continue to shortchange our conservation programs or future generations by forgoing the opportunity to purchase environmentally-sensitive lands and restore our ailing waterways. This amendment provides an opportunity for Florida citizens to address threats to our water quality and keep pollution out of our rivers, lakes, springs and coastal waters—without any increase in taxes.
Regional and statewide conservation organizations are energizing for a big campaign in to help pass the Land and Water Legacy Amendment.
Sierra Club in Northeast Florida has adopted passage of Amendment 1 as its signature project inand will showcase at One Spark. We need to preserve it. Passage of this amendment could be the biggest change the state of Florida has ever seen for protection of the rivers, springs, and land so critical to our well-being.
This 5-day, crowdfunding festival may appear to be a capital-raising event on the surface, but it is much more. It was as if they could take on the world and move mountains through sheer will and determination.
This is what One Spark is all about. It is a catalyst for tapping our unrealized potential, challenging us to move beyond our current limitations of fear and doubt. This event sparks a fire under our feet that motivates us to take action towards creating the life we truly desire.
Living a life of mediocrity is no longer fulfilling to our souls. We crave inspiration, empowerment, freedom, and choice. We seek out opportunities that provide us with hope and allow us to become the master of our domain. To take part in One Spark is to stand up, speak out, and show the world your dreams.
The buzz around innovation, creativity, and passion is contagious. The long-term systemic impact of this event will reveal itself in time, but it is likely more powerful than we can even begin to imagine. We are empowering our own village to rise up by giving the members a stage to let their voices be heard and their ideas shine.
Emily Cook, Olympic freestyle skier aerials. Enjoy Free Admission and Tours June 5: Face to face Project No. The gallery on Hogan St. The Southlight Gallery, since its inception inhas sought to create a stage for local artists and foster cultural enrichment in Jacksonville. Rich in community-focus, the gallery currently offers complimentary tours.
While this project will unveil two murals, the Hogan Street Mural Project eventually aims to cover all Skyway pylons on North Hogan Street and has received encouragement from local non-profit organizations including Downtown Vision and Art in Public Places.
The Southlight Gallery provides a stage for local artists to sell and promote their work, without taking out gallery commissions. However, funding goals have not yet been reached to support this project, and in part, for the gallery itself. It mostly runs on volunteer work and contributions, but the gallery owners seek to create a bigger campaign that would better promote local artists as well as reach more serious art patrons and collectors.
Their indiegogo campaign offers promotion to sponsors at select levels through their website, social media and newsletters. Organizers are still hoping for donations and sponsorships. More information can be found through their indiegogo page: One Spark creator Amplify, Inc. Their vision calls for practice and training spaces, a recording studio and the main performance space. She is a trained RYT yoga teacher, and has had experience in various programs offered in Mexico, Maryland, and Florida.
No grass grows under her feet. Bre researched nonprofits around the world to see how they operated, hoping one day to have her own. She hopes One Spark will spark her vision into reality with the opening of her first Fuse Fair Trade boutique at the Beaches. It will be through her business success that one day she will have her own nonprofit where she can continue to give back to those in need, especially girls and women who have survived human trafficking. Fuse Fair Trade started out as an idea to provide trafficked girls from ages an opportunity to sell their hand-made goods for a wholesale price that allows them to work for a living wage in a safe and secure environment.
Bre has seen first-hand the trafficking debacle in India and Nepal. Fuse Fair Trade was a merging of two words: Some items come from women who survived the tsunami in Thailand in They include beautiful handsewn purses, jewelry, scarves, blankets, passport covers, luggage tags, clutches, bracelets, computer bags, and accessories. Many have wood, sterling silver or copper appointments. From India, she buys beautiful Kantha cloth, which is recycled into cotton saris sewn together in geometric patterns.
Bre plans to host communal events once a month and start cultural discussions at her new store. Bay Street and take her card. Her business has a noble cause. For more info, go to fusefairtrade gmail. The Girls Gone Green have been growing strong here in Jacksonville for more than 5 years, but the group is ready to move to the next level.
A regional conference of this kind could put Jacksonville on the map for all the right reasons, building on the great things we have to offer here in our city. We are doing as much as we can as a volunteer-run organization, but if we are going to create the snowball effect that is necessary, then we need to be giving these important issues the time and attention they deserve. With a vote for Project No. Norman Studios also bears the distinct significance of being one of the first film production companies to feature African American actors in positive, non-stereotypical roles.
At The chrislesleyart Gallery W. While still early in its genesis, the mission is to create a very inclusive festival that celebrates our local talent, from fine dining to farmers, and everything in between. For the inaugural year, the festival will be a single day event, but will eventually grow into a multi-day experience.
The core of the festival will take place in town, but event producers hope to make it a city-wide event to garner as much interest and support for the project as possible.
Clearly, getting food enthusiasts engaged is key. By engaging both locals and tourists, the festival can serve to educate and inform, preserve and elevate. While a local ethos is at the core of the project, event producers know that being inclusive of the Southeastern region as a whole, with both visitors and vendors, will widen the scope of this festival and allow the Jacksonville food scene to touch and be touched by a broader audience.
Such idea sharing is a key component to the planning and design of the festival. The planning committee is doing extensive research into how other cities have structured such events and is looking to borrow some of the most successful aspects from around the county and pull them all together to make a festival that is uniquely Jacksonville.
This Taste ticketing item would mean that general admission would be free, but specialty events, such as chef demos, tastings, and dinners would be priced separately. When I moved back from Miami inthere was a paucity of restaurants, local farms, and the closest thing to a food truck was a hot dog cart. In less than a decade, chefs, craft brewers, restaurateurs, food truckies, and bloggers have created a food scene to be proud of. From vegan and vegetarian, to burgers and chops, from southern comfort to Asian, the food scene is as varied as it is inspired.
I am excited for Gastrfofest because it is another opportunity to put Jacksonville on the map. Are you with me? Want to find out more, interested in becoming a Corporate Sponsor, or want to be a part of bringing this festival to Jax? First things first, be sure to vote for project http: Next, head to www.
Or email gastrojax gmail. We could benefit vastly. Johns River for graduate students from the Marine Science Research Institute, this One Spark project would likely give the opportunity to kids of all ages and students from local public and private schools.
Captain Don Wicklund is not only Captain of the St. We are lucky to have an experienced Captain that knows our river and knows what it takes to make this project happen here in our city. During a time when funding for basic science, monitoring, and data are lacking on the St. Johns River, using data from students could work to teach and also provide valuable scientific research.
While proposals to deepen the river, withdraw millions of gallons per day and add agricultural grass fed cattle farms are all on the table, aligning some new, younger crusaders for water quality might be exactly what we need. On May 17,for the third year in a row, a regional paddling championship competition will take place on the St. What separates this event from others in the region is the combination of recreation, music and craft beer.
Ideas for the island include a kayak launch, bike trails, zips lines, primitive camping and swimming.Jersey Wahoos Swim Club, Swimming School, Mt. Laurel, NJ
Johns River is wide and tidal, leaving only short windows for open water recreation. Utilizing Exchange Island from the Arlington River allows for easy access to a protected aquatic area ripe for recreational possibilities. Johns River, and vote for Project No. Johns River, located in the Historical District of Arlington Studio, one and two bedroom, two bath apartment homes nestled in a quiet river setting showcasing both skyline and harbor views for mature adults 55 and above.
Rental rates include major utilities! Curated by JAX at the Juice--a Unity Plaza gallery located on the first floor of the Wells Fargo Tower, the Unity Plaza team will showcase the multidisciplinary event programming through live presentations, interactive and stunning visual displays, community participation, and much more.
The park will provide days of entertainment with a purpose to elevate and electrify Jacksonville via experiences centering on: The One Spark project will also serve as a platform for the community to voice what they want for Jacksonville. As a future home for community advocacy, Unity Plaza will engage the crowds during the five day festival to amplify the many perspectives alive throughout our city.
Thurston officially started painting in the Haskell Atrium Gallery on March Unlike other Project Atrium exhibitions, Thurston is working behind a giant curtain to keep the artwork cloaked in secrecy until its big reveal at 7: For the inaugural One Spark inThurston entered a project called 20 Murals in a Year, pledging to those who voted for him that he would use the crowdfunding money to cover the city in art.
One Spark is the culmination of that project. As a way of continuing to pay it forward, Thurston is donating half of any One Spark crowdfunding money for Project Atrium back to MOCA to give future artists the same opportunity he received.
He completed four satellite murals as studies leading up to Project Atrium: He said the approach, material, and environment dictated the style of each satellite as well as the atrium mural. Thurston also completed four large panels that will be exhibited in MOCA. He moved to Atlanta for a stint in and left his mark: Downtown office vacancy rates continue to drop each year. Downtown champions are hard at work. A DID is created by commercial property owners within a downtown area when they see a need for services over-and-above what their city government provides.
They pay a self-assessed tax based on property values to fund the organization, which then tailors its services to fit the needs of its district. In essence, a DID acts like a homeowners association. More than 1, exist in the U. Downtowns are a fascinating subject. Downtowns are a source of community identity, culture, history and pride.
A thriving downtown attracts new businesses, jobs and a diverse workforce, keeping dollars in the community and enhancing the quality of life for the entire city. And so, DVI works as the management arm of Downtown Jacksonville to enhance the quality of life for Downtown property owners, and in turn, Downtown employees, residents and everyone who visits.
Our resume includes everything from removing graffiti on the columns of the new County Courthouse to advocating for historic preservation to arranging dining promotions with two-dozen restaurants during their slowest time of the year. Our job is to pull all the pieces together.
After all, you have to clean house before you have guests over. We leased more than 50, square feet of vacant retail space to artists with the Off the Grid initiative in partnership with the Cultural Council. Nobody knows Downtown better than us! Or, let us take you on a walking tour of Downtown and show you around: You can also read our blog at blogdtjax.
The garage is expected to be completed by August The church is over years old, founded in the late s. The church was purchased by the St. Johns River City Band and later sold to the city in It has remained mostly dormant ever since except for a few sporadic uses during city events. However, Greyhound and JTA are involved in a disagreement at the moment, which is delaying funding to complete the project.
The location will also serve as the local headquarters for the Raleigh, N. Renovation plans call for the three story structure to be converted into a restaurant and entertainment venue called Levels. Courtesy of the State Archives of Florida eujacksonville. The evolution of Downtown is intertwined with that of the Cultural Council, both integral and symbiotic parts of the economic engine focused on re-defining Downtown Jacksonville as a vital place to live, work, and play.
This year, these two events are attracting people who care viscerally about patronage of the arts and who want to be a part of ensuring and sustaining the vitality and vigor of the arts and culture in this region, especially since the art community is continuing to grow by leaps and bounds. Listen to DJ Nick Fresh, watch the Molotov Cocktail fire dancers, enjoy the hot-hot-hot video projection and partake in the local brews in the wine and beer garden.
Rub shoulders with the arts and cultural crowd, and help make a scene Downtown. The food trucks will be cooking up a wonderful selection of delicious food, too. Although there is plenty of parking in the public garages, you can take Uber or a regular taxi, or ride the Metro to Hemming and walk a few blocks. Look for the Sparksters, or volunteers, who represent our universities and colleges by hosting this event night.
The winner will be chosen electronically and announced later that evening. The third, and exquisitely beautiful, door prize will be a fascinating glass art piece specifically designed and blown by the students at JU, a one-of-a-kind, special memento of the evening and a decorative object to last a lifetime.
Your involvement is unlimited. First-time donors are welcome. Whether you want to donate a dollar or a million dollars-—any amount is appreciated-—you or your company can become part of the vibrant Downtown scene by stroking a check and, at the same time, supporting local artists. In short, what One Spark is for five days each year, the Spark Initiative aims to be the other days-—a walkable urban core that is alive with temporary and permanent pedestrian-level works of art!
This effort directly ties into to their mission to bring about awareness of the importance of donor sponsorship of the arts. Undoubtedly, this philanthropy comes back to the community in so many ways.
It begins to build and sustain a foundation for the arts in the future.
Art makes life better for all of us. There has never been a more important time to support the arts, and I want to encourage all of you to become involved in the quest to make Jacksonville a premier destination for those seeking arts and culture. The Marble Bank, centerpiece of the Trio, and the epicenter of the Spark District, serves as a springboard launching Jacksonville forward with this debut event as the focal point.
What better place to celebrate their efforts than in a place that is art in itself? Their full underwriting of the second round of Spark Grants shows their desire to keep the spark alive in Jacksonville. With excitement already building, the choice was hard to make as 34 artists and art and culture organizations vied to win a grant. The third round of Spark Grants will be announced soon. The more funding the Cultural Council receives, the more grants they can administer and make available to the growing regional artistic community.
This third round of grants will be funded by the proceeds from the Night of Fire. By virtue of these grants, it is the hope of the Council to engage the public and increase foot-traffic with experiences that are meaningful and important to the quality of life we all enjoy in Jacksonville.
Spark Grants may include the visual arts, dance and performing arts, music-—the whole spectrum. The Spark Initiative and The Spark District are igniting the larger community conversation about arts and culture in Jacksonville.
When people work together the results can rise as the phoenix bird; out of the ashes can come greatness. Join EU Jacksonville staff during the street party, and be part of history! If you or your company are interested in a level of sponsorship for Cultural Council initiatives, please contact Ms. Goodrich at the Cultural Council.
Donations in support of the arts are welcome by all. It is with the help of individuals and families that great things can happen for artists, for the public, and for our visitors.
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A focus on the arts is a focus on what makes a city great-—the arts can change a city from being simply a place to live and work to a destination. You can become part of the synergy of change today. For more information, get in touch with the Cultural Council today and become a spark in the events which will, as the Council hopes, catch Jacksonville on fire for the future as a national destination for the arts, culture, innovation and technology.
You can help make Jacksonville a great place to live, work, and play-—together, it can be done! Spark District Grants The Cultural Council is reinventing itself into a mature and multi-level central organization for the arts, which supports the art and cultural events in NE Florida.
The Spark District is just one major initiative. An artist can participate in the grant process for funding, too. The first round of Spark District grants was implemented last year with the following: It will draw people to the urban core so they can experience the park with children, family and friends.
It should be a destination for residents and tourists alike. The big thank-you goes to grant sponsor Florida Blue.