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Cancellation Policy: Cancellations more than one week prior to a class are subject to a 15% cancellation fee. Cancellations with less than one weeks notice are non-refundable; please consider your payment a donation to the Gardens.

 

Chihuly Exhibition Tour

 

Friday - Sunday

Jun. 14 - Sept. 28: 8:30 a.m. & 6 p.m.

Oct. 3 - Nov. 30: 9 a.m. & 3 p.m.

 

Enjoy a tour featuring the impressive site-specific artworks by Dale Chihuly. The bold and dramatic installations transform the Gardens. Experienced docents lead you on an hour-long guided walk to learn more about the artist and his sculpture.

 

Pricing:

- Member: $10

- Non-member: $17

- Student: $14

 

Remarks:

- The purchase of tour tickets includes admission to the Gardens. You don't need to buy general admission tickets if you are coming for a guided tour.

- Tours are outdoors; dress accordingly for the weather

- We recommend that you bring a bottle of water, sunglasses and sunscreen

- Please bring your booking confirmation. This will expedite check-in

- Access to the Gardens on the day of your tour will be through the Piñon Gate located directly north of the Bonfils-Stanton Visitor Center (Gardens main entrance).

 

Image Credit: Dale Chihuly, Blue and Purple Boat (detail), 2006. New York Botanical Garden, The Bronx, New York.

 

Dusk at the Gardens

 

Spend an evening at Denver Botanic Gardens photographing this season’s Chihuly art exhibition in the beautiful light of the evening “magic hours” photographers seek.

 

Bring your tripod and capture the sculptures as the light changes throughout the evening from sunset through dusk. The class will end approximately 45 minutes after sunset.

 

$39 members, $47 non-members

Instructor: Scott Dressel-Martin, official photographer of the Denver Botanic Gardens

 

This class will begin inside and then move out into the Gardens.

 

Credit: Saffron Tower, 2006. 27 x 5 x 5'. Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, 2008.

 

 

Morning Photography

 

This is self-guided, no instructor event allows participants to photograph the sculptures in beautiful morning light, before the Gardens opens.

This self-guided, no instructor event allows participants to photograph the sculptures in beautiful morning light, before the Gardens opens.

 

To be held once a month.

 

$26 members, $28 non members.

 

Image Credit: Dale Chihuly, Blue Fiddleheads (detail), 2012. Dallas Arboretum, Dallas.

 

 

Workshop: Fiori Clay Flowers

 

Come play with clay! This class will teach participants how to make a flower out of polymer clay, inspired by Dale Chihuly’s Fiori series. Bright, translucent colors will be mixed to make a fluted flower that can be placed in a small vase or planter.

 

Bring a disposable pie tin or ceramic tile that can go in the oven to cure and finish the piece. First time clayers are welcome. Due to the use of sharp tools, adults only.

 

$34 member, $39 non-member, includes all materials.

Instructor: Ann Myhre

Image Credit: Saffron Tower, 2006.27 x 5 x 5'. Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, 2008.

 

Workshop: Garden Spheres

 

These spheres are inspired by Dale Chihuly’s Niijima Floats series. This class will make a layered “cake” out of a few colors of polymer clay, texturize the block and then use a razor to thinly slice the layers and smooth them onto a glass ornament. The spheres made in this class will float!

 

Participants are asked to bring a disposable pie tin or ceramic tile that can go in the oven to cure and finish the piece. First time clayers are welcome.

 

$39 members, $44 non-members, includes all materials.

Instructor: Ann Myhre

 

Credit: Dale Chihuly, Float Boat, 2007. 3 x 22½ x 18½.' Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

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