Expanding the Ways You Experience Art & Culture
ACE Tours serves the Northeast Florida community and its artists by exploring and presenting Adaptive Cultural Experiences (ACE) that are vital, safe and relevant in the shifting 21st century environment
Let’s call it a qualified success! After an hour or so of exhibition time enjoyed by about 40 attendees, ACE Tours’ “On the Fence: Klutho”Continue reading “ACE Tours’ “ON THE FENCE: Klutho” Exhibition Closes Early Due to Rain”
“Inside Out City,” a locally developed, outdoor, public projection project, has announced an open call to artists in advance of its July 9 debut. TheContinue reading “Public Art Projection Project “Inside Out City” Prepares to Debut CCGJ Funded Exhibition”
On Thursday, June 10, ACE Tours kicks off the “On the Fence” Open Air Gallery Experience at historic Klutho Park, in the heart of Jacksonville’sContinue reading “ACE Tours’ “ON THE FENCE: Klutho” Set to Debut this Thursday Evening”
Come Share a Different Kind of Creative Affair
The pandemic hit artists and arts communities hard. As a result, we’ve learned that the cultural exhibition process must be able to adapt fluidly to a myriad of environmental challenges.
Visualize a United Cultural Landscape
In order to remain vital and relevant, exhibitions must innovate to create effective, enriching and enjoyable experiences while, at the same time, providing a high level of health and safety to attendees, organizers, workers and volunteers.
Collaborating with Innovative Artists to Create Insightful Presentations of Inspired Work
“A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single [person] contemplates it, bearing within [themselves] the image of a cathedral.”— Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Discover our Upcoming Arts & Culture Exhibitions
Our inaugural exhibition, ON THE FENCE, unites four venues in a locally-touring, open air art gallery experience coming soon to a public park near you.
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. Special Thanks to the City of Jacksonville Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services.