This is our third outing held in conjunction with the Hunter Museum of Art. We will take a 7 mile walk on the Tennessee Riverwalk Greenway, walking from the museum to the Amnicola Marsh & back. When we arrive at the museum, Education Curator Adera Causey will lead us through the Hunter Museum's two current temporary exhibits. Registration will open for this outing on January 30. Here is the Hunter Museum's write-up for this fun & educational outing;
To better understand the landscapes in our current temporary exhibitions, we are partnering with Tennessee Wild once again on a guided hike through our local landscape followed by a gallery experience with art at the Hunter. We will meet in the Hunter lot at 9 a.m. and proceed on an urban nature hike on the Tennessee River walk. The group will then return to the Hunter around 1 p.m. for a guided gallery exploration of some of the works in our current temporary exhibitions, Exploring the Land: Landscapes from the Hunter Museum Collection and Beauty Beyond Nature: The Glass Art of Paul Stankard. This program is open to all ages and experience levels and participants are asked bring a sack lunch. Walk is free and gallery portion costs $9.95 ($4.95 for children, free to Hunter members. Program co-sponsored by Tennessee Wild.