Behind the Scenes

posted 1 hour 51 min ago by Carleen Brice

The Denver Art Museum recently announced that three curators joined the museum. Below is a brief introduction. Stay tuned for more information and opportunities to get to know them and their growing art collections.

posted 1 day 29 min ago by Molly Medakovich

I’ll never forget when I first discovered the nearly microscopic ant perched on a leaf in Gerard van Spaendonck’s Basket of Flowers on an Alabaster Pedestal, one of the magnificent still life paintings on view in

posted 4 days 22 hours ago by Carleen Brice

Rover is a website we developed to allow visitors like you to create a tailor-made museum experience to make the most of your trip or help you discover something new.

posted 4 days 23 hours ago by Rachel Henderson

You may have recently seen Scottish Angus Cow and Calf—the larger-than-life bronze sculptures by artist Dan Ostermiller—getting their annual summer bath.

Community-Driven Mural on Display through Sept. 13
posted 1 week 4 days ago by Nicole Laurin

This summer, the Denver Art Museum and the Biennial of the Americas collaborated with Francisco Alvarado-Juárez and five Denver artists on a community-driven art project inspired b

posted 1 week 6 days ago by Molly Wink

Go ahead. Snap away! Share your favorite object on Facebook, document one of the stunning vistas of the Front Range from the North Building, or use your phone’s camera to zoom in on the detail of a painting.

posted 2 weeks 6 days ago by Erin Cousins

If you're visiting the museum with kids and looking for fun, interactive ways to engage with art, be sure to check out In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism.

posted 3 weeks 4 days ago by Ian Clark

Beer Chef Ian Clark explores the history of flowers in beer and invites guests to sample DAM's BLOOM BRU.

posted 3 weeks 6 days ago by Leah Gallant

In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism (on view July 19-October 11) is a celebration of still-life painting, particularly the floral still life.

posted 4 weeks 54 min ago by Leah Gallant

In Bloom, Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism (on view at the Denver Art Museum July 19-October 11) celebrates the floral still life.

posted 1 month 4 days ago by Karyn Bocko

Enhance your visit with Castiglione-inspired artmaking, learning opportunities, and other creative activities!

posted 1 month 5 days ago by Erin Cousins

Ever wondered what it was like to walk through Claude Monet's garden?

posted 1 month 1 week ago by Zoe Larkins

The 4 Seasons of Veronica Read, on view this summer on level two of the Denver Art Museum’s Hamilton Building, portrays the titular Ms.

posted 1 month 2 weeks ago by Carleen Brice

Some of the top Instagrammers in Denver attended a preview of the DAM exhibition

posted 1 month 2 weeks ago by Meghan Fleming

Since the announcement in March of the Free for Kids Program, we have seen so many kids enjoying the Denver Art Museum’s exhibitions and programming...for free!

posted 1 month 2 weeks ago by Chiara Robinson

Denver is a fast-growing, increasingly diverse city noted for its commitment to cultivating a creative economy and citizenry.

posted 1 month 2 weeks ago by Katherine Gibson

This summer, the Denver Art Museum is showcasing flower-inspired art in "arrangements" around the museum and in In Bloom:

posted 1 month 3 weeks ago by Molly Medakovich

As an educator on the In Bloom exhibition team at the Denver Art Museum, I often returned to a simple question as we developed the exhibition: Why flowers?

posted 1 month 3 weeks ago by Caleb Covell

For more than a century, the successes of the Denver Art Museum have been inextricably linked to the generosity of the museum’s supporters.

posted 2 months 1 day ago by Stefania Van Dyke

The notion of place is important to many artists—Monet tirelessly painted his garden. O’Keeffe played out her love of New Mexico in paint.