Garden Photographic Society
November 27, 2021 – January 2, 2022
Joutras Gallery, Regenstein Center
See the Chicago Botanic Garden in a new light! In this exhibition, photographs of the natural world feature the work of Garden Photographic Society members. Their remarkable images capture fleeting moments of beauty—from the morning mist to the first spring bloom. Society members have held their meetings at the Garden for more than 30 years, appreciating it as a special place to perfect their craft.
May 18 – September 8, 2019
See the world from a bird’s eye view. Or a bug’s. Or a bat’s. There are so many pollinators beyond bees—nearly 270,000 species worldwide. In this interactive exhibition, you can explore the fascinating world of these vital creatures. They keep our planet healthy. Food plentiful. Flowering plants diverse.
Pollinators are in trouble. Habitat loss, pesticides, climate change, and other threats have dropped their numbers. Without pollinators, our world—and our lives—would be drastically different.
Do you know what pollinators to thank for chocolate or tequila? Can you spot the difference between flies and bees? This exhibition features interactive elements, videos, illustrations, and specimens to share these fascinating pollinator stories.