Vision Boarding Instead of Just Boring

Step One 

Gather materials!  Items should include cardboard/poster board/mat board. Any large surface area to glue down your final vision onto! Magazines, scrap paper, anything you can find around your house. Scissors and glue sticks!

Step Two 

Start writing down your goals and visions for the Corona-free future. Pick a time period in which you would like your visions to be manifested! One year, three years, or five years?

Step Three 

Start cutting out magazine scraps that inspire you and fit into your future vision.

Step Four

Arrange on board to ensure proper fitting and placement.

Step Five

Secure onto board with glue or tape.

Step Six

Frame, wire, and hang if you want. Or tack it on your ceiling above your bed so it is the first and last thing you see each day!

 

My Personal Vision Board!

 

  Charlotte Warder is an intern at The Cultural Center of Ponte Vedra Beach. She is currently studying Art History at The University of North Florida, while practicing safe social distancing at her home!

Celebrating Beethoven: Can You Feel It?

The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a variety of events, exhibits, and other programs. The interactive musical exhibit, Loving Beethoven, will be the next addition to this milestone anniversary event. These two experiences go together beautifully. Not only is it the anniversary celebration of the Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach, but 2020 marks the 250th birthday celebration of Ludwig Van Beethoven!

During his lifetime, Ludwig Van Beethoven experienced hardships from early childhood to adulthood that helped to shape the greatness of his musical compositions and abilities. When he was young, it is said that his father had an almost stage-like presence in his life. Wanting his son to aspire to the likes of Mozart, it was whispered at campfire chats that Beethoven would be locked in a pantry after being beaten by his father for missing a note. The stern rule over Beethoven’s musical practice time reaped amazing benefits for his personal style of playing and composing. As the nineteenth century came to an end, the sound in Beethoven’s ears came to an end as well. At the speculated age of forty-five (toward the end of Beethoven’s life), he lost his hearing. He became deaf in both ears, leading to great angst and a new way of composing his music. To adapt to the new situation, Beethoven would rest his ear atop the piano keys to hear the vibrations, making his music come to life for him.

 

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The interactive musical experience and visual art exhibition featuring the musical sheets and composition style of Ludwig Van Beethoven is just around the corner for the Cultural Center. Visitors to the historic first coast of Florida and the locals (new and old) of the Ponte Vedra Beach and Nocatee communities are invited to take part in the experience. Loving Beethoven, the 250th Birthday Anniversary, “In the Mind of the Genius” musical experience arrives on March 6th, 2020. Tickets and tours are available for purchase in advance or at the door. There is a suggested donation of $5.00 and children under the age of five get in free. Please contact Jennifer Jordan, Community Connections Director, for more information at 904.280.0614, extension 1202.

I’ve taken inspiration from Wallstreet Journal’s monthly magazine to create this blog post. Every month, WSJ features a new celebrity and fun facts about their smartphones. Today, I am writing about Barbara “Babs” Colaciello, her smartphone, and how her son has helped her keep up with the times.

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It is 2019. Artist are painting their hair with chalk, Pantone is all the rage, Teva-inspired sandals are EVERYWHERE. The top digital song is “Lover” by Taylor Swift. “Mary Poppins Returns” made its Netflix movie debut, and bananas sell for 58 cents a pound. Everything is baller! Facts.

Let’s take a trip back 55 years.

The year is 1964. Andy Warhol is painting soup cans, fondue is all the rage, go-go boots, and wild colors are EVERYWHERE. The top song is “I want to hold your hand” by the Beatles. “Mary Poppins” made its movie debut, and bananas sell for 15 cents a pound. Everything is totally happenin’! Can you dig it?

 

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Anna Miller by Golden Moth Photography

Light Refractions is a collection of canvases created by artist Anna Miller that focuses on abstract impressions of various phenomena found in nature. It's also the focus of our first online auction!

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