Explore Wild Art at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden

Regional artists will entwine art and nature from May 26 through October 1 on 50 acres of cultivated landscape at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden to spark a new way of interacting with the natural world. Wild Art: a Journey Off-Canvas is a collaborative community art experience inspired by nature that combines the efforts of artists and Garden visitors to create a living tapestry of natural art.

      Wild Art features large-scale, multisensory art installations made from materials found in nature. Visitors may become part of the experience by making their own ephemeral art at Creation Stations located throughout the Garden. There are also children’s activities and special pop-up art installations for all ages.

Admission: $13 adults/$8 children 3-12/free for children under 3 and Garden members. Location: 1800 Lakeside Ave. For more information, visit LewisGinter.org.


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