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WHAM! BANG! POP! Part of Our Collection is on a Stamp

WHAM! BANG! POP! Part of Our Collection is on a Stamp

Art & Collection News

One of the sculptures in our collection is on a stamp! The US Postal Service recently featured Standing Explosion (Red) in one of five stamps commemorating Roy Lichtenstein’s colorful Pop art.

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BEEhind the Scenes: Meet the Bees and Beekeepers of Crystal Bridges
Bees crawling over the wooden slats of an open hive.

BEEhind the Scenes: Meet the Bees and Beekeepers of Crystal Bridges

At the Museum Nature & Outdoor

Did you know Crystal Bridges has beehives? In honor of World Bee Day on May 20, come meet the bees and beekeepers that keep things a-buzz at the museum.

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Nine Things to Do at the Museum This Memorial Day Weekend
family at an outdoor event on Crystal Bridges grounds

Nine Things to Do at the Museum This Memorial Day Weekend

At the Museum

Make the most of your long weekend with a trip to Crystal Bridges! To help you plan, here’s a roundup of nine things to do while you’re here.

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Discover the Grounds is Back for 2023
persimmons on a branch

Discover the Grounds is Back for 2023

Activities & Education At the Museum Nature & Outdoor

Looking to learn more about insects in your garden? Wondering how to deal with invasive plants? Our recurring nature series Discover the Grounds is back and ready to tackle your questions about the natural world.

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Celebrating Women Artists: Marking Women's History Month at Crystal Bridges
Alma Thomas, Lunar Rendezvous-Circle of Flowers

Celebrating Women Artists: Marking Women's History Month at Crystal Bridges

Art & Collection People & Community

To celebrate Women’s History Month, members of the Crystal Bridges’ Women’s Employee Resource Group shared a few of their favorite works by women artists.

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Your 2023 Spring Guide to Crystal Bridges
Glass building with pink flowers in the foreground

Your 2023 Spring Guide to Crystal Bridges

At the Museum

To help you make the most of your trip to the museum—and the season—we’ve assembled some highlights and recommendations for what to do, see, and experience at Crystal Bridges this spring.

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Keith Haring is Hitting the Road to the Broad!

Keith Haring is Hitting the Road to the Broad!

Art & Collection

After nearly ten years on Walker Landing, Keith Haring’s beloved sculpture Two-Headed Figure (1986) and other works are heading to Hollywood.

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The 2022-23 Winter Guide to Crystal Bridges
an exterior view of crystal bridges' eleven restaurant building from upstream surrounded by a winter landscape of trees, rocks, and snow on both sides

The 2022-23 Winter Guide to Crystal Bridges

At the Museum
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American Fashion Icon Lloyd Kiva New (Cherokee) Expanded Opportunities for Native Artists
a bright red-orange shirt and black leather jacket on a mannequin in a gallery space among other dressed mannequins in outerwear

American Fashion Icon Lloyd Kiva New (Cherokee) Expanded Opportunities for Native Artists

Exhibitions
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Crystal Bridges Acquires Evidence of Grace by Genesis Tramaine
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Crystal Bridges Acquires Evidence of Grace by Genesis Tramaine

Art & Collection

Crystal Bridges recently acquired Evidence of Grace (2020), a painting by the artist Genesis Tramaine that requires the viewer to spend time decoding its dense imagery.

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Plant Dyes, But Make It Fashion
a pile of yarn in pink and burgundy hues

Plant Dyes, But Make It Fashion

Exhibitions Nature & Outdoor

Learn about some of the natural elements that create dyes used in fashion garments.

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Susan Tessem Paints a Geometric Window to the World

Susan Tessem Paints a Geometric Window to the World

Art & Collection
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Planting Cempasúchil Flowers for Dia de los Muertos
a garden of blooming orange and yellow marigolds at the momentary

Planting Cempasúchil Flowers for Dia de los Muertos

People & Community
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Crystal Bridges Announces the Departure of Senior Director Sandy Edwards

Crystal Bridges Announces the Departure of Senior Director Sandy Edwards

People & Community
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Rudi Gernreich: Fashion Designer and Figure of LGBTQ+ History
a gallery space featuring mannequins dressed in pop art-inspired garments with bright colors and patterns framing Roy Lichtenstein's work

Rudi Gernreich: Fashion Designer and Figure of LGBTQ+ History

Exhibitions
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Now on View in the North Forest: Slowly Toward the North by Richard Hunt
a steel gray sculpture shaped like a train engine and wheel on the bottom with a scythe shape on top sitting on a platform surrounded by a lush green forest

Now on View in the North Forest: Slowly Toward the North by Richard Hunt

Art & Collection Nature & Outdoor
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The Monarch Butterfly Caterpillar: Where to Find Them at Crystal Bridges and How You Can Do Your Part
a yellow, black, and white-striped monarch caterpillar hangs upside down from a green leaf stem

The Monarch Butterfly Caterpillar: Where to Find Them at Crystal Bridges and How You Can Do Your Part

Nature & Outdoor
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4 Reasons to Become a Studio Volunteer
the studio at crystal bridges decorated with stars, wallpapers, and customized layouts for the

4 Reasons to Become a Studio Volunteer

Volunteer Spotlight
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Architects of Nature Series: Mind Your Beeswax
a close-up photograph of honeybees moving around a honey-filled comb

Architects of Nature Series: Mind Your Beeswax

Architecture Nature & Outdoor

What can nature teach us about architecture and design? Here, we give props to the most iconic of nature’s architects, the honeybee.

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Architects of Nature Series: Avian Builders and the Complexity of Bird Nests
a bald eagle perches over a nest of twigs formed in the branches of a tall tree

Architects of Nature Series: Avian Builders and the Complexity of Bird Nests

Architecture Nature & Outdoor
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