Behind the Scenes
Our celebration of textiles this year continues now that we have launched several more exciting projects at the DAM–the Thread Studio, a brand new textile gallery, and the opening of PreVIEW.
The successful conservation of the sedan chair now on display in Court to Café relied on a collaborative approach with co
Passport to Paris is in full swing at the Denver Art Museum, and it has been fueling lots of our projects and programs for families.
Claude Monet’s love of water lilies is well documented in his artistic output. Monet’s pond in Giverny became his universe during the last two decades of his life, providing the subject for more than 300 artworks.
What fun it was to create the Passport to Paris Shop.
Colorado Gives Day is quickly approaching and donations can be scheduled now! This initiative was created with the goal of inspiring and uniting Coloradans in support of local nonprofits.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are just around the corner, and the Denver Art Museum is offering deals for members and nonmembers, in-store and online. In addition, our Member Holiday Shopping Event is on December 2.
Here at the Denver Art Museum we care about the visitor experience. We want everyone to enjoy their visit, relax, and maybe learn a little something.
On the morning of November 14, the Denver Art Museum offered media a sneak peek of Seen in Passing: Photographs by Chuck Forsman.
Passport to Paris is a feast for the senses with beautiful sights and sounds (the Colorado Symphony curated music for each exhibition).
November is proving to be a full month for art and activities that focus on our Latino community. Through art installations, brand new activity spaces, and live programs we are exploring where we came from, and where we are going.
One of the main pillars of the museum’s commitment to providing access to the museum experience for all visitors is having special exhibition content available in multiple alterna
The sounds of live classical piano music started the Passport to Paris media preview today.
A DAM educator details how during an era that predates color photography artist Thomas Moran used chromolithography to create stunning color pictures that look more like paintings than prints.
Note: Dog rescue organizations have designated October as National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month.