Behind the Scenes

posted 1 year 4 months ago by Fairlight Baer-Gutierrez

One year has passed since the Denver Art Museum re-launched its website.

posted 1 year 4 months ago by Rose Eason

Tintypes are 8x10-inch black-and-white photographs made on thin aluminum (not tin!) sheets. Originally developed in the mid-1800s, tintypes were the medium of choice for many photographers documenting the West.

posted 1 year 5 months ago by Jaime Kopke

On February 22, at Untitled #54 (Turf), 120 hopefuls brought their best moves to Ponti Hall in the North Building for the opportunity to dance in one of Nick Cave's Soundsuits.

Part 10 of Conserving a Canaletto
posted 1 year 5 months ago by James Squires

Now that I’ve reduced the distracting bumps caused by the previous lining adhesive, I must now re-line the picture to another auxiliary canvas support.

posted 1 year 5 months ago by Madalena Salazar

Despite intermittent snow showers, day by day, the sun is getting warmer, and light is lasting for longer. In my bones I can always feel springtime approaching. It makes me feel energetic, nostalgic, and creative.

posted 1 year 5 months ago by Rachel Reid

March 28 update: Here is the hot-off-the-presses program for this month's Untitled.

posted 1 year 6 months ago by Megan Tutin

So, you’ve climbed every fourteener and slept in 32 of the 34 10th Mountain Division backcountry huts.

posted 1 year 6 months ago by Kristin Bonk Fong

In conceiving the narrative for Becoming Van Gogh, one of the Denver Art Museum's main goals was for visitors to connect with Vincent van Gogh personally, as someone struggling to be an artist.

posted 1 year 6 months ago by Madalena Salazar

Do you remember when you exchanged little valentines with all of your school friends, teachers, and family members?  Perhaps it had a T.

posted 1 year 6 months ago by Dianne Denholm

Here are some examples of creative gifts to help you show love to your special someone, courtesy of the Museum Shop staff:

posted 1 year 6 months ago by Donna Pierce

This photo from 1948 image was published shortly after the DAM acquired Death Cart for addition to the Ann Evans Collection of Southwestern Spanish Colonial Art.

Part 9 of Conserving a Canaletto
posted 1 year 6 months ago by James Squires

It’s now time to move onto the structural phase of the conservation treatment for the Canaletto work. Structural work entails further securing of any loose media, such as paint or ground, and any repairs if necessary to the canvas and stretcher.

posted 1 year 6 months ago by Sonnet Coggins

Think you might have what it takes to bring a Soundsuit to life? Friday, February 22, might be your lucky day! Nick Cave is holding an open call at Untitled #54 (Turf), inviting locals to audition for a slot to perform in a Soundsuit at the June 28 performance.

posted 1 year 7 months ago by Ashley Pritchard

The visibility and buzz this show has brought to the DAM as a whole is unprecedented. Here is a list of Becoming Van Gogh video, slideshow, and preparation highlights, in no particular order:

posted 1 year 7 months ago by Fairlight Baer-Gutierrez

Here are 20 of the quotes incorporated on the exhibition's gallery labels, audio guide, and elsewhere as part of the only-in-Denver portrayal of Vincent van Gogh's progression to becoming one of the world's most recognizable artists.

posted 1 year 7 months ago by Jaime Kopke

In preparing for our exhibition Becoming Van Gogh, we came across the book Van Gogh’s Table, which shares the history and the recipes of the Auberge Ravoux.

posted 1 year 7 months ago by Madalena Salazar

For many of us, it may seem like the time of year to settle in and relax after all of the winter celebrations. However, in many Latin American countries, the fiestas continue for another month.

posted 1 year 7 months ago by Jaime Kopke

If you didn’t get enough chocolate over the holidays (if that’s a yes, then I have some bags of toffee to share), Untitled has a late season gift for you. Untitled final Friday is back for a shiny, brand new season on January 25, 6–10 pm.

posted 1 year 7 months ago by Gina Laurin

All that Glistens: A Century of Japanese Lacquer features exquisite Japanese lacquers. The objects on view illustrate some of the specialized materials and techniques used in East Asian lacquer, the type historically made in China, Korea, and Japan.

posted 1 year 7 months ago by Fairlight Baer-Gutierrez

"The thing that is so great about fiction is... you can reorganize the hierarchies of the world within it."

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