Upcoming Exhibitions

Bees
April 13 – June 22, 2018

© Cameron Cartiere/Border Free Bees

© Cameron Cartiere/Border Free Bees

Bees explores the critical role bees and other pollinators play in our food chain and environment and the challenges they face today, from colony collapse disorder to shrinking habitat. The project offers opportunities for all to learn how to help ensure the survival of pollinator species.

Associated Events: Bees

  • Workshops: Seed Paper Making…..Feb 2–3, various times
  • Lecture: Ruth Reichl “Protect What We Eat”…..Feb 8, 6:30pm
  • Lecture: Cameron Cartiere Border Free Bees…..Apr 12, 5:30pm
  • Museum Exhibition…..Apr 13–Jun 22
  • Exhibition Opening Celebration…..Apr 13, 5–7pm
  • Company of Fools Theatre Special Project: A Bee Mini-Musical (working title)…..Apr 21, 6pm & Apr 22, 2pm
  • Panel Discussion: What is the Threat?…..Apr 24, 6:30pm
  • Evening Exhibition Tours…..Apr 26, May 24 & Jun 14, 5:30pm
  • Film: Pien, Queen of the Bees…..Apr 26, May 24 & Jun 14 (short 17-minute film following the Exhibition Tours)
  • Film: Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?…..Apr 26, 7pm
  • Creative Jump-in: Backyard Beekeeping for Beginners with Sawtooth Botanical Garden…..May 3, 5:30–7pm
  • Family Day…..May 12, 12–4pm
  • Creative Jump-in: Cooking with Honey with The Haven…..May 17, 6–8pm