kimball's habitat

Cedarhurst is excited to introduce Kimball’s Habitat, our new fundraising campaign that looks outside the museum and focuses on Cedarhurst's first impression. 

Named after the museum’s iconic horse sculpture, named Kimball, the project will revitalize the outdoor sculpture park with conservation efforts, lighting enhancements, and new visitor services. 

One of the most important cultural institutions in southern Illinois, Cedarhurst's 90-acre park provides a beautiful setting for art and quality-of-life programming that have the potential to touch all who live and work in the region.

The success of this $250,000 campaign will preserve the longevity of Cedarhurst’s outdoor sculpture collection and ensure that all visitors feel welcome and enjoy their museum experience:
• Conservation efforts will revitalize the museum’s outdoor sculpture collection
• Treatment of wooded areas will help balance the park’s ecosystem
• New lighting features will address safety concerns and improve aesthetics
• New amenities and educational opportunities will encourage visitors to stay longer and return often

You can help preserve Kimball's Habitat, and allow future generations to connect through art and nature at Cedarhurst. 

For complete campaign details, click through the brochure below.  #SupportKimballsHabitat


PDF Download: 

Kimball's Habitat Brochure Kimball's Habitat Brochure (6585 KB)