Event Date

June 27 - October 6, 2019
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Program

Art at BRIT

Program Information

Free to the public.

Point of Contact

Erin Starr White

Community Education Manager

Fungi are mostly unseen, hidden in the soil  where they work their magic of recycling and providing nutrients to all plants. When they reproduce, however, some produce the unique, sometimes strange fruiting bodies, that we call mushrooms. This exhibit illustrates a selection of the good (edible), the bad (toxic) and the beautiful.

Join us in the BRIT Welcome Center Gallery for this fascinating glimpse at the often overlooked Fifth Kingdom.

Image by Denis Benjamin.

About Art at BRIT

ALL ART EXHIBITIONS AND ONSITE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ARE SUSPENDED THROUGH April 22nd OR UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

To ensure the safety of our volunteers and guests, all art exhibitions, educational programming, and volunteer opportunities, including Butterflies in the Garden, are suspended through April 22nd. If the situation allows, we will reschedule programs for a later date. If you have questions or concerns, please email tfriday@brit.org. 

Art at BRIT offers two distinctive art viewing spaces: the elegant Madeline R. Samples Exhibit Hall and the smaller, more intimate Upper Atrium Collections Gallery. The Samples Exhibit Hall showcases botanical art and artwork dealing with topics such as ecology, plants, sustainability, conservation, and the natural world – we highlight work by local and national artists, both well-known and emerging. The Upper Atrium Collections Gallery features a rotation of botanical and nature-based prints from our Library collection, including The Arader Natural History Collection of Art. We honor and celebrate the traditional roots of botanical art, while also expanding and redefining the field for the 21st century.