Courtesy, Crystal Bridges
This summer, Crystal Bridges invites you to explore indoor and outdoor exhibitions, art, sculpture, concerts, and more that will engage all your senses and inspire you to explore the natural world.
Discover two special exhibitions
Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment: Similar to the mission of Crystal Bridges, Nature’s Nation illuminates the connection between art and nature. Featuring 100 artworks from renowned artists such as Albert Bierstadt, Charlies Willson Peale, Frank Lloyd Wright, Georgia O’Keeffe, Dorothea Lange, and more, Nature’s Nation traces 300 years of evolving ideas about the natural world and our place within it.
Color Field: Take a whimsical romp through Color Field, a new outdoor exhibition featuring large, colorful sculptures against a backdrop of Ozark forest. Learn about color theory, interact with sculptures, see exciting work from today’s contemporary artists, and discover the impact color has on our lives.
See both exhibitions for the price of one combo ticket. Museum members, veterans, and youth 18 and under get into both exhibitions for free!
Dance and sing in the forest
Enjoy music each Saturday night this summer at the 2019 Forest Concert Series, surrounded by the evening glow of the beautiful North Forest and artwork installations. See exciting regional and national bands including Yarn, Dawson Hollow, The Werks, Friends of the Phamily, Arkansauce, Black Pumas, Audiopharmacy, Flor De Toloache, Big Chief Juan Pardo, and Charlie Hunter Trio!
See Chihuly sculptures
If you’ve been reminiscing about Chihuly: In the Gallery + In the Forest from summer 2017, Crystal Bridges recently acquired five artworks from the exhibition. Whether you have favorites you loved, or are discovering these works for the first time, you’ll enjoy a stunning chandelier in our galleries as well as four outdoor artworks installed along your route from Nature’s Nation to Color Field.
There’s something for everyone to enjoy this summer at Crystal Bridges. For information and tickets, visit CrystalBridges.org/summer.