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Abundant Future: Cultivating Diversity in Garden, Farm, and Field and Art Park, the Museum’s interactive gallery, highlights plant life grown for food. Ginny Ruffner: Reforestation of the Imagination, a mixed-media art installation, features hand-blown glass sculptures initially conveying a barren landscape of tree stumps until a complex and colorful alternative environment is revealed through an augmented-reality lens. Venture into the Rooftop Sculpture Garden, featuring three new sculptures. Check out upcoming workshops with visiting artists and additional summer highlights and programs summer programs via the press release and online events calendar. Glass from the Museum’s collection continues to shine this summer! Molten: 30 Years of American Glass and Luster & Light: Art Nouveau Glass, coincide with and celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Studio Glass movement and the United Nations International Year of Glass 2022. Also, explore the sculpture garden and the wire-bird “murmuration” flock created collaboratively during San Francisco-based sculptor Tom Hill’s fall 2021 residency last fall and installed at the Museum as a single sculptural work. 

Midwest Modernisms, recently opened, features artwork from the Museum’s collection, as does Luster & Light: Art Nouveau Glass, which coincides with and celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Studio Glass movement and the United Nations International Year of Glass 2022.
Drop in to take in the serene beauty of the Museum’s sculpture garden and venture into the Rooftop Sculpture Garden, featuring three new sculptures and stunning panoramic vistas of the grounds and views beyond. Also, visit to experience Art Park, the Museum’s interactive gallery.Check out upcoming programs for all via the online events calendar and see this PDF for fall Birds in Art 2022 and program highlights.

Birds in Art 2022 opens Saturday, September 10, at 9 am along with Elizabeth Turk’sTipping Point: Echoes of Extinction exhibition, which remains on view through October 23.

 

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