Confessions of a Public Mural Artist

Sharon Koskoff is a pioneer of public art and has painted over 350 murals in Palm Beach County public schools and other public spaces. Discover creativity found in Twentieth-Century WPA style murals through the present. Explore how recent graffiti-styled “street art” murals are adorning our neighborhoods in Florida and bringing us into the future. This program is a partnership between Florida Humanities and the Dunedin Public Library. Funding for this

Florida Women’s Fight for Suffrage

Dr. MacDonald traces Florida’s suffrage movement from its origins to early successes when Fay Gibson Moulton Bridges became the first Florida woman to vote after the 19th Amendment passed. Dr. Peggy Macdonald is a public historian and adjunct professor at Stetson University and Indian River State College. A native Floridian, Dr. Macdonald gives presentations on a variety of topics in Florida history. She has written about local and Florida history

Florida’s Seminole Wars

The state and territory of Florida was host to three wars against Seminoles resisting encroachment and removal to Oklahoma Territory from 1817 to 1858. Florida’s Seminole Wars will examine the causes and outcomes of the three wars over the weekend of events. Friday, December 17 is a school field trip day (pre-registration required) and will feature a roster of living historians and heritage skills presenters. Saturday, Dcember 18, and Sunday,

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