Crystal Bridges offers several resources through which our guests can stay connected to the Museum: in the galleries, out on the trails, or at home!
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What are the kids doing this summer? We suggest the Museum’s summer camps, which range from painting and drawing, to drama and nature! Details here: http://crystalbridges.org/education/summer-camps/
As of today, Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1954 Usonian house, known as the Bachman Wilson House, has been dismantled, packed into shipping containers, and is on its way to Northwest Arkansas! Thanks to J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc. for donating its services to transport the house from New Jersey! Photo © Sharon and Lawrence Tarantino.
Read about the journey ahead on the Museum's blog: http://crystalbridges.org/blog/bachman-wilson-house-road/
Have you checked out our iTunes U page yet? This is the perfect time of year to take a walk on the trails and listen to a few talks in one of our nature segments!
"It’s not just a day with great art, but a chance for the teachers to be a part of a professional learning community..."
Welcome to our newest neighbors at the Amazeum! The Amazeum is a family learning center that is being constructed just to the north of Crystal Bridges' Museum Way entrance. The groundbreaking ceremony took place this morning. More info is available on their website: http://amazeum.org/
Great things are happening Northwest Arkansas!
Take a look at the gorgeous blooms around the grounds this week! Spring is a great time to visit the Museum + spend some time on the trails. Our next Discover the Grounds session is May 10 – grab your tickets here: http://shop.crystalbridges.org/events.aspx
Still a few tickets left for the film, “Paris: The Luminous Years,” on Friday! http://ow.ly/vMcCL
Directed by Perry Miller Adato, the film spotlights figures in the art world’s first international avant-garde: tracing who came to Paris and why – whom they met, what they made there and how being in Paris transformed them and their work!
Have you checked out our Eco Boxes yet? Take one for a spin next time you're on Crystal Bridges' grounds! Special thanks to Coleman U.S.A. for sponsoring the project.
Ever wonder what goes on at the Museum when we’re closed? Well, today is the second day of Crystal Bridges’ 4th Annual Battle for the Paddle. Right now Gallery Attendant Charlie “Spin Doctor” Wagner and Executive Director Rod “Tea Light” Bigelow are duking it out for the title Lord of the Ping. There can be only one!
Regionalist painter Thomas Hart Benton was born 125 years ago tomorrow! Don’t miss your chance to see his depiction of the Buffalo River currently on display in the temporary exhibition At First Sight: Collecting the American Watercolor. The exhibition will be coming down a week from today. http://crystalbridges.org/exhibitions-events/american-watercolor/
Thomas Hart Benton, “Buffalo River,” 1968, Watercolor and pencil on paper mounted on board
Roughly how many dogwood trees are located on Crystal Bridges’ Dogwood Trail? Find the answer on Instagram: http://instagram.com/p/mxs7-fkalo/
Join our Trail Guides for the Dogwood Seasonal Experience - Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11:30 a.m. http://crystalbridges.org/plan-your-visit/tours/drop-in/