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Foundation and Friends of the Botanic Garden

Cultivate exhibition: opening celebration

Where
The Royal Botanic Garden
The Royal Botanic Garden
Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney NSW 2000
Lion Gate Lodge
When

Friday 16 October 2020 from 3pm to 7pm

Cost

Member: $55Non Member: $70

Explore a treasury of 2,000 artworks created by 54 Australian artists, and experience the beautiful connection of art to the Gardens.

The Cultivate Exhibition is all about showcasing the very best of our exhibitions. With favourites from Botanica, Wild Thing, Artisans in the Gardens, PLANTS, and Treecycle, this treasury of art will allow you to explore the beautiful connection of art to your Botanic Gardens.

You and your guests will be taken on a guided tour of the exhibition with one of our knowledgeable Exhibition Committee Members. Learn about the Cultivate artists and the inspiration behind their artworks. The tour will conclude with a glass of champagne and a selection of canapes, seated in the beautiful surrounds of Lion Gate Lodge garden.

Our private guided tours are limited to one-hour internals in groups of four, where we promise a bespoke and insightful experience for you and your guests. Tickets are limited to 12 people per hour so book now to avoid disappointment!

  • 3pm to 4pm

  • 4pm to 5pm

  • 5pm to 6pm

  • 6pm to 7pm

All items in the exhibition are for sale with proceeds going to the artists who keep our culture rich and vibrant and to assisting Foundation and Friends of the Botanic Gardens support horticulture, conservation, scientific research and education programs within your Botanic Gardens.

Artwork featured above by exhibitor Rachel Hollis.

Contact event organiser

Foundation and Friends of the Botanic Garden

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