Go in the mirror next spring at the new exhibition of Memphis Plant Garden next spring

Alice will live in Wonderland in the spring of 2022 at a new exhibition at the Memphis Botanical Garden.

Memphis, Tenn – Families can explore the magnificent world through the glass that opens the new seasonal exhibition at the Memphis Plant Garden.

Alice’s Adventures in the Garden It will be presented in an international paper and will start in May 2022.

This exhibition will be the third in a series of seasonal exhibitions following the 2017 edition of the Plant Garden Large worms in the garden And the 2018/2019 Origami in the garden.

The Alice Exhibition is built on the development of mosaics: this is the art of creating giant high-level sculptures around steel.

The exhibition will run from May 2022 to December 2022 and will play a role in the annual Festive Miracle Festival in 2022.

Of Alice The exhibition was first seen in Atlanta, and the Memphis Plant Garden is the first venue to be hosted outside of Georgia.

More activities are planned around the exhibition.

“We are very grateful to the international paper for reaffirming its commitment to writing, volunteering and reaffirming its support for the Memphis Botanical Garden,” said Michael Allen, executive director of Memphis Botanical Garden. While some campuses are undergoing major capital improvements and dealing with the effects of the epidemic, a two-year break from seasonal exhibitions will allow us to open a page by bringing this world-class exhibition to our community. Most of all. ”

Dr. Alisa Campbell Shaw, General Manager of International Papers, said, “This exhibition not only appreciates the beauty of our natural environment, but also brings a lot of excitement around reading.” IP Foundation Director. With international paper, we strive to build a better future for the people and the planet, and by supporting this exhibition we can contribute to the education, environment and social needs of our community.

We are pleased to announce Alice Adventures in the garden, a new international paper, outdoor exhibition, …

Posted on Thursday, August 19, 2021 at Memphis Plant Garden

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