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Website Connects Visitors, Residents with Chihuly at Cheekwood Exhibition
Dale Chihuly, Boat, Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, Missouri, 2006. Photo by: Terry Rishel.
NASHVILLE, TN.- Visit ChihulyinNashville.com throughout 2010 for the latest information about the Chihuly at Cheekwood exhibit. Designed to help Nashville's visitors and residents easily access the artwork of Dale Chihuly at Cheekwood and across the city, the site will include a continuously updated schedule of programs including tours, lectures, demonstrations, and musical performances to coincide with the run of this spectacular exhibition. Find ticketing and parking information, learn more about the artist, and view vivid photographs of his world-famous glass sculptures.

"We are excited to share this incredible installation of Dale Chihuly's work with Nashville,” said Claire Corby, Cheekwood’s Director of Marketing and Communications. “This website serves as a guide for the community to experience Chihuly's work while it is here and make it easier for visitors to plan their trip to Nashville to see his incredible work."

The Chihuly at Cheekwood exhibit opens May 25, 2010 and will be on display through October 31, 2010. With thousands of stunning, hand-blown glass forms, acclaimed artist Dale Chihuly will transform Cheekwood into an enchanting wonderland of color, light and form both indoors and out, creating a dramatic interaction between nature and art.

Cheekwood partnered with two Nashville arts institutions to bring Chihuly’s art to the Middle Tennessee community.

Chihuly at Cheekwood | Claire Corby | Nashville |




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