ACE Tours continues its “On the Fence” Open Air Gallery Experience on Thursday, June 17 from 5:00 p.m. until dusk (8:00 p.m.) at Burnett Park, just off San Jose Blvd. and north of I-295.
Current weather forecasts from a variety of sources indicate that the rainy conditions that led to the shortened Klutho Park exhibition and the cancellation of the Wiley Road Park show are unlikely to cause similar problems this week.
As with all ACE Tours’ events, “ON THE FENCE: Burnett” is free, open to the public, and fully accessible. The exhibition features new and recent work by some of the area’s most noted artists and rising talents, including Tony Rodrigues, Erin Kendrick, Patrick Miko, Madeleine Peck Wagner, Alma Ramirez, Joseph Shuck, Aysha Sara Miskin, Christopher Clark, Liz Gibson and Jeff Whipple.
The Burnett Park show marks the next to last “On the Fence” exhibition for the season. The tour closes next Thursday, June 24, at Isle of Palms Park, 3780 Eunice Road, 32250.
ACE Tours’ “On the Fence” exhibitions are outdoor events. Free disposable masks and hand sanitizer is readily available for the safety of any attendees or park visitors. We consider the safety of all attendees and staff of the utmost importance, and are dedicated to producing Covid-safe exhibitions.
This project is made possible in part by funding from The JAX Arts Project, sponsored by the PNC Foundation in partnership with the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, with special thanks to the City of Jacksonville Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services.