Behind the Scenes
Florence Müller had the enviable job of curating the exhibition Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective, on view through July 8 at the Denver Art Museum.
My story is about the discovery and subsequent process of reaching consensus on the attribution of an unpublished early work by the Italian veduto (vista or views) painter Giovanni Antonio Canal, called il Canaletto I 1697 – 1768 at the Denver Art Museum.
Families took full advantage of the many programs offered at Denver Art Museum for Best Spring Break Ever: Design Days on March 2
The Denver Art Museum has teamed up with Google Art Project and 150 other museums around the globe to share some of our favorite works with you.
If you have visited the Denver Art Museum website before, you’ve probably noticed it looks a little different today. After months of planning, building, and uploading, the brand-new, super sleek DAM website is officially ready for your eyes.
Welcome to the Denver Art Museum website. It is our hope that your experience on this site gives you a glimpse into the types of programs and collections waiting for you inside the museum.
The next time you board an airplane, take a minute to consider some of the interesting things that may be flying along with you as cargo. Down in the belly of the plane with your suitcase and skis are all sorts of other packages. From mail to pe
Here are some of our favorite items currently on the shelves in the Museum Shop.
When you think of the Denver Art Museum, ticketing probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. For some of us, however, it’s our bread and butter.
One of the “cool” parts of my job is the occasional interaction with a living artist. A few weeks ago Ed Ruscha, one of the top living American artists, visited the museum.
The fashion frenzy continues at the museum March 30 during Untitled #45 (Haute).
August 15, 2013, update: This blog post was changed recently to reflect the fact that Harvey Ellis can no longer be credited as the designer of this desk.
Over the last few months a few of us education and tech nerds have been sitting around in meetings doing what we do best...making semi-funny jokes for our own amusement. Just kidding.
Artist Yunn Pann answered some questions about her process ahead of her Demo & Do visits at the Denver Art Museum in December and January. Read on to find out what Yunn has to say about inspiration, teaching, and her craft.
Last week, we installed a red dinosaur named Made in China in the atrium. You could say it is as subtle as a Sichuan dish.