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9/15/2016

Missouri Botanical Garden Announces 2017 Summer Exhibit

The Missouri Botanical Garden will play host to floral glass artist Craig Mitchell Smith next summer during its Garden of Glass event. Smith is known for his custom kiln fired technique and style. He uses fusing, texturing, slumping and cold working to create his pieces. Next summer’s exhibit will feature 30 displays, all commissioned specifically for the Missouri Botanical Garden. 

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7/30/2014

Missouri Botanical Garden Announces 2015 Lantern Festival

The Missouri Botanical Garden will play host to an international exhibition of 22 lighted works of art from Zigong, China when it debuts “Lantern Festival: Magic Reimagined” in 2015. Following critical acclaim and rave reviews from visitors during the 2012 Festival, the Garden has commissioned new sets crafted from silk and steel to once again offer visitors from around the world the opportunity to see an event rarely staged outside of Asia. Lantern Festival will again be an outdoor, evening display running May 23 to August 23, 2015. Full story.


1/16/2014

Monsanto Hall Art Exhibition Line Up for 2014

Several area artists will display works of art in the Missouri Botanical Garden's Monsanto Hall throughout the year. Installation viewings are included with Missouri Botanical Garden admission of $8 for adults and free for children ages 12 and under. Full story.


1/15/2014

Missouri Botanical Garden Announces Nature Connects Exhibit for Summer 2014

The Missouri Botanical Garden is pleased to announce it will play host to a new exhibit Nature Connects, Art with LEGO® bricks this summer. Nature Connects features larger than life sculptures built with LEGO bricks. The 12 installations featuring 25 individual LEGO brick sculptures will be housed in the Climatron and Shoenberg Temperate House. The sculptures have a natural theme and include animals, plants and people.The exhibit opens to the public May 24 and runs through September 7.

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10/10/2013

Tickets on Sale for Garden Glow

Tickets are now on sale for Garden Glow 2013, the Missouri Botanical Garden’s first-ever winter light exhibit. Visitors will have the opportunity to stroll through the Garden at night surrounded by a spectacle of unique light installations. The exhibit opens Nov. 23, 2013 and runs through Jan. 4, 2014. Tickets are date-specific and sold in limited quantities. Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.mobot.org/glow. For the first time in the Garden’s history, hundreds of thousands of lights will adorn the Climatron®, Kaeser Memorial Maze, Central Axis, Tower Grove House and other iconic locations with unique color combinations.
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7/15/2013

Missouri Botanical Garden Announces Plans for Garden Glow 2013 Light Exhibit

The Missouri Botanical Garden is excited to announce its plans for “Garden Glow 2013,” the Garden’s first-ever winter light exhibit. Visitors will have the opportunity to stroll through the Garden at night surrounded by a spectacle of unique light installations. The exhibit will open Nov. 23, 2013 and run through Jan. 4, 2014.

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5/6/2013

Dig In to Foodology at the Missouri Botanical Garden

This summer, the Missouri Botanical Garden invites visitors to dig deep into the roots of food and explore the relationship between plants and food. From celebrity chef demonstrations to the edible garden in the Doris I. Schnuck Children’s Garden, we are serving up something special every day. Join the Garden as we celebrate and explore food in a whole new way. All programming is included with regular Garden admission. Full story.


2/8/2013

The Missouri Botanical Garden Invites the Public to Help Answer: What Does St. Louis Eat?

As part of its 2013 Year of Food, the Missouri Botanical Garden is inviting people of all ages to help answer the question: What Does St. Louis Eat? As the Garden’s first public-sourced storytelling project, What St. Louis Eats is intended to reflect the diversity of food stories, perspectives, lifestyles and trends within St. Louis. Full story.