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Gallery Talk: Bugs Throughout History

Temporary Exhibition Gallery
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Butterflies and beetles arranged in flower shapes of various sizes and colors
Christopher Marley, Continuum II, 2022, Coleoptera spp, Scutelleridae spp, Lepidoptera spp. 40 in. x 40 in. © 2024 Christopher Marley |

Join museum educator Olivia Gutierrez for a deeper look into the depiction of insects throughout art history. She will begin in the 1500s and work her way up to the modern day to display how insects have been drawn, painted, and printed throughout time. We hope to see you there!

Free with purchase of exhibition ticket. 

Exhibition tickets are $12 for adults (free for members, SNAP participants, veterans, and youth 18 and under).  Reserve exhibition tickets online, with Guest Services in-person, or at (479) 657-2335.


About the Speaker

Olivia Gutierrez is the museum educator of Adult Public Programs at Crystal Bridges and is in charge of in gallery programs. She holds a Master of Art in Art History in which she focused on the Visual Cultures of the Americas.

Photo by Iron Lotus Creative / Stephen Ironside