Behind the Scenes
Near the end of Modern Masters: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery at the Denver Art Museum there’s a small section (only
On May 8, Thomas Smith, director of the Petrie Institute of Western American Art at the DAM, gave some of Denver's media a tour of The American West in Bronze, 185
In January, the DAM announced the largest gift ever given to the museum. Denver-based philanthropist Frederic C.
[NOTE: This event is sold out. For information about other PechaKucha events in Denver, scroll to the list at the bottom of the page or check out pechakucha.org/cities/Denver.]
Denver artist Grace Hollenbeck is a yearly participant in the Denver Chalk Art Festival and has also done street painting at the annual "Festival Italiano" in Lakewood since 2009.
It’s that time of the year again. Denver’s Día del Niño celebration of children, families, and culture is Sunday, April 27.
On March 24, Denver Art Museum staff moved from our old administration building on 14th Street and Tremont, where some of us had worked for almost 20 years, into our new administration building on Bannock Street.
Our art is wonderful, but Denver Art Museum volunteers are even more vibrant!
Lunch with Peyton Manning and a Leftover Salmon autographed guitar and backstage passes are up for grabs in this year's DAM Uncorked fundraiser.
Note: Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook’s work is on display in Fuse Box until May 18.
The museum can be an amazing resource for Denver creatives; people come to the museum to sketch, search for inspiring colors and patterns, learn about specialized techniques, and more.
Located in the northwest corner of the textile art gallery, PreVIEW is a space that offers visitors a behind-the-scenes look at the handling, care, and study of textiles in the Denver Art Museum’s collection.
Modern Masters: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery features paintings and sculptures by some of the most well-known artis
A lot has changed over the past year in our access program; we couldn’t resist doing a year in review. Here are six of the many updates we’ve made at the DAM to increase accessibility for visitors:
When we were developing Modern Masters: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, I became intrigued, delighted, and sometimes a little freaked out by some of the “games” that surrealist artists like Salvador Dalí would play