Opening at the MSV on April 18, 2020, David Rogers’ Big Bugs features tiny creatures created on a huge scale! Next spring and summer, the MSV’s seven-acre gardens will be home to a 10-foot-tall daddy long legs, an 18-foot-long praying mantis, and more gargantuan bugs. The sculptures are created by artist David Rogers using various combinations of found or fallen trees, cut green saplings selectively harvested from the willow family, dry branches, and other forest material. Make plans to see Big Bugs at the MSV and discover the world of insects, the role they play in the plant world, and their interconnectedness to our lives. David Rogers’ Big Bugs will be at the MSV through September 13, 2020. Admission to this special traveling exhibition is free to MSV members, so join the MSV today!
Exhibition fee (includes gallery admission): $15, $10 youth (13–18) /senior (60+), $5 ages 5–12, free to ages 4 & under, and free to MSV members. Note: while MSV gallery admission is always free to ages 12 & under and free to all on Wednesdays, these free admission offers do not include David Rogers' Big Bugs.