JHS Annual Meeting & Program: Jacksonville's Architectural Heritage Bicentennial Edition
Jacksonville's Architectural Heritage Photo Exhibit
The photographs shot for the Bicentennial edition of Wayne W. Wood’s Jacksonville’s Architectural Heritage display photographer Mark Krancer’s deep love for Jacksonville’s architecture throughout the city. “When I moved to Jacksonville in 2014, I was instantly struck by its beauty, both natural and architectural. From a bike ride in Riverside along the Riverwalk to my job, a passion for landscapes and cityscapes emerged,” notes Krancer. “My lifelong love of history has combined with photography in capturing historic building and landmarks of our region. One of the great honors of my career has been to work with Dr. Wood on his upcoming book about Jacksonville’s Architectural Heritage, for which I have voluntarily shot numerous historic buildings.”
Social Hour / Author Wayne Wood & Photographer Mark Krancer Meet & Greet: 6-7 p.m.
Brief JHS Members' Meeting, followed by Presentation: 7-8 p.m.
Free to current members of the Jacksonville Historical Society, RSVP to email@example.com; non-members, suggested donation $10.
Tickets can be purchased here or at the door.
Jacksonville's Architectural Heritage Photo Exhibit is supported by a grant from the J. Shepard, Jr. and Mary Ann Bryan Arts Endowment held at The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida.
The Bicentennial Edition of Jacksonville's Architectural Heritage is being underwritten in large part by the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, and by the Haskell Foundation, and the Ida M. Stevens Foundation. The hardback, coffee-table book will be available in early December. If you wish to be notified upon availability, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.