Events for April 19, 2014Open: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Through May 25 Japanese Woodblock Prints: Selections from The Judith and Joseph Barker Collection
Through June 29 Patrick Dougherty: Stickwork Photographs
Through March 31, 2015 Patrick Dougherty: Little Bitty Pretty One
Through May 25 Modern Twist: Contemporary Japanese Bamboo Art
Through April 30 Cheekwood in Bloom
This year’s spring blooms will deliver a massive dose of one of spring’s classics: the bright, crisp lines of over 100,000 tulips in our gardens. Celebrate spring at Cheekwood for a bright view sure to lift any winter fog! Click here for weekly activities.
April 19 Cheekwood in Bloom: SATURDAY ACTIVITIES
Family Studio Drop-In ‘ART’ivities
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Join us in the studios each weekend and create an interactive, springtime-themed art project – open to all ages!
Live Music: Jazz in the Herb Garden
Nashville Jazz Workshop Ensemble
10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Take a seat in the garden and enjoy the soothing sounds of our talented friends from Nashville Jazz Workshop.
10:30 am & 11:00 am
Join us for an exploration into the wide world of literature! Using songs, dance, and interactive reading, your favorite nature-themed books will spring to life in the Sigourney Cheek Literary Garden.
Live Music: Piano in the Museum Drawing Room
Steinway Piano Society of Nashville
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Steinway members provide pleasant piano music as you stroll through the art galleries and explore the beautiful historic mansion.
Special Lectures and Tours
April 19 Guided Garden Tour
Meet one of our knowledgeable guides at Visitor Services to take a guided tour of Cheekwood’s living exhibitions. Tours are free and no reservation is required.
April 19 Guided Museum Tours
12:30 pm - House & History Tour
Learn about the design and construction of the mansion and grounds in the early 20th century, and explore Cheekwood’s place in the American Country Place Estate Era.
1:30 pm - Collection & Exhibition Tour
Learn about the Museum’s collections and current exhibition.
Tours are free and no reservations are required. All tours begin in the Museum Foyer.