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Cheekwood’s 2018 Martin Shallenberger Artist-in-Residence is Gabriel Dawe. Dawe creates site-specific installations of visible light spectrums using thread.
August is a beautiful month to observe nature! Read our garden team's top plant picks from each of our 11 distinct gardens.
We recently sat down with two of our docents, Karen and Shelia, to ask them some questions about their experience as a docent, and what they love most about their involvement with Cheekwood.
“Native plants should be defined as those that have evolved and adapted to a specific location and have remained genetically unaltered by humans.”- Andy Wasowski
Learn how you can implement Cracking Art's environmental messages into your daily life.
July is a beautiful month to observe nature! Read our garden team's top plant picks from each of our 11 distinct gardens.
June is Perennial Month, and we're honoring the loyal and dependable plant. Learn about our top three recommended perennials for your yard.
June is Perennial Month, and we're celebrating all the beautiful blooms in our gardens as we settle into summertime at Cheekwood.
Cheekwood announces its participation in the ninth annual Blue Star Museums, a collaboration to offer free admission to the nation’s active duty military personnel and their families.
May is National Preservation Month! Learn about all of the historic preservation initiatives in the works at Cheekwood.
Spring has sprung in Nashville, and it is a gorgeous time of year to get out and enjoy the warmer weather. See our garden team's must-sees in the garden this month.
Renovation of The Frist Learning Center began before the holiday season, and it has been a fascinating journey. Read more about our progress on this exciting project.
The Carrell Dogwood Garden at Cheekwood is the centerpiece of our Nationally Certified Cornus Collection.
On Monday, April 9, we hosted our biannual Member Appreciation Day. We caught up with a few Cheekwood members to ask them what they loved most about their membership.
April is a gorgeous time of year to spend in the gardens. Walk the gardens, and see if you can identify this month's featured plants.
Emerald ash borer (EAB), is an exotic beetle that poses a severe threat to native ash trees.
Spring has sprung at Cheekwood, with thousands of blooming bulbs, there is something for everyone to enjoy in the gardens this month.
Cheekwood is thrilled to partner with the National Museum of Women in the Arts to showcase Five Women Artists.
Arts Advocacy Day in Tennessee is an important opportunity to show your support of the arts and arts education.
On February 24 2018, we will plant 250,000 native tree seedlings across Tennessee.
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