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Artist Talk: Dale Chihuly

Hear this world-renowned artist talk about his work and some of his most iconic projects from around the world. A book signing will follow the lecture. This lecture is free with admission to the Gardens.

 

Admission to the Gardens and exhibition: $0 member, $15 non-member, $12 Senior, $9 Children (ages 3 – 15)

 

Tickets to this event are currently sold out.

Additional tickets will be available to the general public and members April 17th at 9 a.m.

Tickets limited to 5 per transaction

 

 

 

Film Viewing - "Chihuly Outside"

 

Covering nearly half a century of Dale Chihuly’s work, Chihuly Outside documents his career as an installation artist, in particular his work done outside in natural landscapes. The film chronicles Chihuly’s early experiments with floating glass on water and using ice and neon in large-scale installations, as well as projects done at Artpark in upstate New York. The film culminates with a decade-long cycle of exhibitions at twelve public gardens. Interviews with contemporary artist Kiki Smith and art critic Barbara Rose, among others are featured.

 

This film viewing is free with admission, please bring membership ID or admission slip to enter. Registration required, space is limited.

Ghosts in the Gardens

 

Denver Botanic Gardens dares you to join us after dark! At our annual Ghosts in the Gardens Tours, our guides will lead you through one of three separate ghost tours of your choosing. Each tour guide will tell haunting stories of the Gardens’ one hundred years of history and illustrate points of interest inside and outside what used to be called “The Boneyard”. Each tour will be different and subjects will include actual staff ghost stories, real overnight security staff ghost encounters, and intriguing history (including access to the Waring House Mansion that is not open to the public). So conjure your courage and capture your fear as you walk our dark paths after hours and dare the night, here at Denver Botanic Gardens' Ghosts in the Gardens Tours.

 

Tour guides: Kyle Burnett, Jonathan Knox, Mike Kedziora, and Dan Morrey

 

Pricing

Members: $23

Non-members: $27

 

Notes:

• Be prepared for a lot of walking outdoors and indoors.

• Dress accordingly for the weather.

• Children 12-years old and older are welcomed. This tour is not recommended for younger children.

• Children are the responsibility of their parents at all times.

• Part of the tour (the Waring House) is not wheelchair accessible.

 

 

 

 

 

One Man Bonsai Show - Artist Talk

 

 

The Denver Botanic gardens is pleased to feature Allan Hills presenting his work in the second, spring one man bonsai show to be held in the Bill Hosokawa Bonsai Pavilion.

 

Please join us for an artist talk and tour where Mr. Hills will present his ideas about his bonsai including how bonsai, as an art form, is evolving in North America and specific information about each bonsai on display.

Members $15, Non-members $20

Allen Hills:

Allan Hills was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina and did his undergraduate work at the University of North Carolina. He completed his PhD in Geology at Yale University.

While living in Buffalo, New York, Allan came across bonsai books published by the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and began experimenting by making bonsai from plants he found in local greenhouses. Allan admits to killing many plants as he learned about root pruning and the wiring of bonsai to style.

A move to Denver in 1975 brought Allan in contact with the Rocky Mountain Bonsai Society (RMBS.) Since this introduction, Allan has given many programs and demonstrations at the local level and at national conventions held in Denver. Additionally, Allan has twice served as president of RMBS.

Allan is much respected for his artistic talent, finding and discussing the best attributes of trees being designed as bonsai. This artistic talent extends into oil painting and the creation of viewing stones (suiseki) which he displays in his home and at the RMBS Annual Show.

 

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