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CONNECT at Bernheim is Almost Here

A few colored leaves are popping through the green trees, school buses are making their rounds up and down Highway 245, and tomatoes are growing in our Edible Garden, which means one thing – August has arrived, which means it’s almost time for Bernheim’s annual collision of art, science, nature, and music – CONNECT at […]

Welcome J.W. Fike, Artist in Residence

Bernnheim is excited to welcome one of 2016’s Artists in Residence, J.W. Fike, who arrives at Bernheim on August 1. Since 2008, Fike has been engaged in an epic quest to photograph and digitally illustrate a formidable collection of wild edible plants that spans the continental United States. He hopes this grand archive will highlight our country’s […]

A New CONNECTglow 2016: Calling all Visual and Performing Artists

Are you an artist? A member of a performing arts group? Show your stuff at CONNECT, as a part of CONNECTglow. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. CONNECTglow adds to the fun and unique atmosphere at CONNECT, allowing visitors to experience art all the way around Lake Nevin. CONNECT is an […]

Bernheim Welcomes Artist in Residence, Eileen Neff

Bernheim is pleased to welcome painter and installation artist, Eileen Neff, who arrived in May and will continue her stay through June. While here, she will explore the natural geography and plant life in the region.  “…Having formally studied painting before photography, and poetry before painting, I consider the ideas and boundaries between disciplines to be […]

Meet 2016 Bernheim Artists in Residence

Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 Bernheim Artist in Residence Program, a central aspect of its Arts in Nature program. Although each artist uses a different form of art, all use nature as a primary reference in their work. The three artists selected for the 2016 year are […]

Migratory Worms Revisit Bernheim

A clutch of red wriggler worms, descendants of worms raised in the worm farm of the Edible Garden in 2014, have returned to Bernheim to visit the land of their ancestors. Former Artists in Residence, David McClelland and Mei-ling Hom, who constructed the sound and straw art installation “Rhizolink” in the Edible Garden over the […]

Bernheim Expert Staff Speaks at Carnegie Center in Conjuction with Exhibit

In conjunction with the exhibit, Bernheim: A Natural Muse, The Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany will be hosting two events featuring members of Bernheim staff. On Thursday, March 10, 2016, 6-7:30 p.m., Martha Slaughter, Bernheim’s Visual Arts Coordinator will be giving a talk titled, “A Natural Muse: Challenging Notions of Art”, which […]

Hornbeams Planted at Earth Measure

Bernheim’s Arboretum recently acquired 11 new European hornbeams. The horticulture crew planted the new trees along the path leading to Earth Measure creating a tree-lined corridor. ‘Fastigiata’ European hornbeam, the most common cultivar sold, grows 30 to 40 feet tall and 20 to 30 feet wide. Instead of a large central trunk, the hornbeam fans […]