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Frank Lloyd Wright House Guided Tour (Bachman Wilson House)
From 11/28/2015 through 5/30/2016

Book a ticket for a guided tour of the Frank Lloyd Wright house. Tour meets in the south lobby; please arrive about 10 minutes before your tour is scheduled to begin.
Frank Lloyd Wright House Self-Guided Tour (Bachman Wilson House)
From 11/28/2015 through 5/30/2016

Book a timed ticket for a self-guided experience of the Frank Lloyd Wright house: From the south lobby, exit to the south lawn and follow the signs to the Bachman-Wilson House. A Guest Services associate will greet you at the door to the house, scan your ticket, and admit you at the appropriate time.
Music Concert: John Two-Hawks and Johanna Kurkela (Museum)
On 12/3/2015

Travel to a winter wonderland with this Noel concert presented by Grammy-nominated recording artist John Two-Hawks and Finnish singing star Johanna Kurkela. The two will perform music from their new musical creation, Noel, in which they join their musical gifts together, producing one enchanting, angelic sound. Noel will feature familiar holiday songs everyone loves, performed in the enchanting sounds of Finnish, Lakota, and English.
Cr(EAT)e Food Series: Picturing the Americas (Great Hall)
On 12/6/2015

CR(EAT)E Food Series » Picturing the Americas
Enjoy an in-depth glimpse and taste of how art inspires the culinary world of Crystal Bridges, hosted by Culinary Director Case Dighero and Executive Chef Bill Lyle, along with special guests. We’ll be discussing the exhibition Picturing the Americas: Landscape Painting from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic, while enjoying dinner inspired by landscape painting.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and dinner begins at 7:00.
$100 ($80 for Members), register online or by calling Guest Services at 479.657.2335.
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Monday Figure Drawing (Museum)
On 12/7/2015

Join us on the first and third Mondays of each month for this adult Figure Drawing class to draw from a clothed model. Whether you’ve always had a love for figure drawing or are trying it for the first time, you’ll enjoy an afternoon drawing with other guests at the Museum. Participants must be 14 and older. A variety of drawing materials will be provided, and model poses will include both shorter warm-up poses, and longer poses. All materials are provided.
The Great Reveal:Maps and Prints of the Americas (Museum)
On 12/7/2015

Discover evolving knowledge and depictions of the American landscape through maps, prints, and atlases in the Library’s rare books collection, viewed in relation to works from the temporary exhibition Picturing the Americas.
Film and Discussion: Barking Water (Museum)
On 12/9/2015

Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo takes viewers on a road trip through his own personal Oklahoma, which includes an eclectic mix of humanity. Join a ride in the backseat of Frankie and Irene’s car, wrapped up in the charm and love of Oklahoma through the people and places Irene and Frankie visit along the way. In this sparingly sentimental and achingly poignant film, Harjo claims his place as one of the most truthful and honest voices working in American cinema today. Following the film, enjoy a discussion with Harjo.
Live Arts: Comedy Sketch Performance: The 1491s (Museum)
On 12/11/2015

The 1491s are a sketch comedy group based in the wooded ghettos of Minnesota and buffalo grass of Oklahoma. This comedy collective is full of cynicism and splashed with a good dose of indigenous satire, appearing on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and in numerous videos of their own making. Be ready for a night of slapstick performances and witty short videos from this comedic group. This performance is recommended for teens and up.
Eleven's Riedel Comparative Glass Seminar (Great Hall)
On 12/13/2015

Sunday, December 13, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
CR(EAT)E Food Series » Eleven’s Riedel Comparative Glass Seminar
For 11 generations, Riedel Glass has represented the high art of glassmaking, and as the first varietal-specific glasses on the market, they are known for changing the perception of how you drink wine. We’re excited to be joined again by Chris Hillin with Riedel Glass for our second Comparative Glass Seminar. This event begins with hors d'oeuvres from Eleven and continues with four delicious wines featured in specific Riedel Veritas glassware. You’ll take home your glasses, valued at over $100, as well as a whole new outlook on wine. There will be an opportunity to purchase additional glassware for your own collection.

Doors open at 6 p.m.
$90 ($72/Members), register online or by calling Guest Services at 479.657.2335.
Journaling Group: Explorers (Museum)
On 12/14/2015

Paul Fussell, a scholar of travel literature, once wrote: “Travel sharpens the senses. Abroad, one feels, sees, and hears things in an abnormal way.” Join historian and John Brown University Associate Professor Trisha Posey as she leads us in discussing descriptive writing techniques used by famous explorers. We’ll explore how we might use these styles to write about our own journeys today.
Salsa Night! (Museum)
On 12/19/2015

Art Talk: Cultural Symbolism of Plants in Art (Museum)
On 12/21/2015

Discuss the symbolic relevance and artistic representation of plants in European and Native American art with University of Arkansas Associate Professor Justin Nolan. Looking closely at nineteenth-century landscape paintings from the exhibition Picturing the Americas, Nolan will lead us in discovering the multi-cultural symbolism and uses of many familiar plants.
Your Art Talk ticket doubles as your exhibition ticket to Picturing the Americas.
NEW 365 (Museum)
On 12/31/2015

Celebrate the New Year through an immersion of art, fantasy, and inspiration set within the breathtaking architecture of Crystal Bridges. We’ll light the way to midnight with a mesmerizing Video Art & Light Show on the walls of the Great Hall, and you’ll find surprises around each turn with stunning dance performances, theater acts, and art-making activities. On the dance floor, explore all genres of music with performances by Crescent City Combo, The Symphony of Northwest Arkansas, Smoky & The Mirror, Arkansauce, and more! Enjoy access to galleries, have a festive drink, and sample mouthwatering delights from the Eleven chefs. The celebration doesn’t end when the New Year begins! We’ll be dancing in the Great Hall until 1 a.m. Open to participants ages 21 and up.
Wednesday Series: Looking Beyond the Obvious Pt1 (Museum)
On 1/6/2016

Saturday Session: From the Trenches (Museum)
On 1/9/2016

Wednesday Series: Frame Up (Museum)
On 2/3/2016

Saturday Session: Gallery of the Louvre (Museum)
On 2/6/2016

Saturday Session: The Open Road (Museum)
On 3/5/2016

Wednesday Series: Looking Beyond the Obvious Pt2 (Museum)
On 3/9/2016

Wednesday Series: Luck of the Draw (Museum)
On 4/6/2016

Saturday Session: Living Newspapers (Museum)
On 4/9/2016