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Donna OrenderArticles by this authorIt Takes Just One Girl...Did you see the about a teen girl who created an app that helps students find a welcoming group to sit with in the lunchroom? The app, which was designed by 16-year-old read more
Patti MinglinArticles by this authorThe Value of a Clean SlateThe first day of a new school year is like New Year’s Day for me. Seeing the new notebooks, highlighters and pens so carefully packed in the dirt-free backpacks symbolizes read more
Angie OrthArticles by this author6 Things I Wish I Knew at 171. You don’t have to have all the answers now. Deciding where to go to college and what to major in are huge decisions, ones I recall stressing about as if read more
Candace MoodyArticles by this authorThe Most Powerful Question in the World“I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious” Albert Einstein One question has been the source of almost all scientific, creative, and philosophical discovery and progress since the read more
Tina LiffordArticles by this authorSimple Answers for Moving ForwardOver the course of our lives, we will have to recover from all kinds of experiences. However, within every challenge there lies a doorway to a higher, more invincible you. Adopt an read more
Kathryn Pearson PeytonArticles by this authorGiving Patients Access to Prior Mammograms: For Me, It’s PersonalI never imagined that I would be a radiologist advocating for patients in the healthcare tech world. The life pursuit of throwing open access to prior mammograms for women wasn’t read more
Sanyin SiangArticles by this authorAn Olympian and IOC board member reflects on a life in sports"Sport is such a reflection of society, and when you have equal numbers of women and men, it reflects on how you value women and where you place them in read more
Ashley TappanArticles by this authorFitness & Transformational Leadership: What's the Connection? Many of us (athletes or not) are moved by stories of athletic pursuits that translate into lessons of transformational leadership. But what if you tried an athletic pursuit read more
Larraine SegilArticles by this authorAppointing three new Larraine Segil Scholars for 2016- amazing women with great futures!I am proud to announce that our 2016 scholars have been selected and are now part of the Larraine Segil Scholars group. We hold our quarterly dinner in late September read more
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Produced by Downtown Vision, Inc. (DVI), Art Walk is on the first Wednesday of every month from 5 – 9 p.m., rain or shine. More than 60 Art Walk venues stretch across Downtown Jacksonville’s core and include Hemming Park, galleries, museums, cultural and educational venues, restaurants and bars, Downtown businesses and more.The First Wednesday Art Walk is a great way to meet fellow artists, buy and appreciate their work, and be part of the rapidly growing art scene in Jacksonville, Florida. We estimate that, on average, 10,000 art enthusiasts attend each month to see more than 250 artists exhibiting at Art Walk.
Want to get in touch? Reach out to Art Walk manager Hana Ashchi at email@example.com or call 904-634-0303, ext. 225.