Making & Doing
The 2015 Denver Public Library Plaza Program is a collaborative after-school art program produced by the Denver Art Museum and the Denver Public Library.
The Flobots are the latest Creative-in-Residence at the Denver Art Museum. Their residency begins with Call and Response on May 2 and ends with a performance at Untitled Final Friday on May 29.
In celebration of Month of Photography Denver and the opening of our new photography exhibition,
The Denver Art Museum recently held a staff pumpkin-carving contest that was a lot of fun and really got people motivated (see the photos in the slide show below to see how creative we got).
Update: Download the program (PDF) for Friday, October 31.
Teachers, parents, and kids will find inspiring activities, art supplies, and books in the Denver Art Museum's new North Shop. Come shop for these great items and explore many more.
Buckle up and hold on tight because the next stop on your imaginary road trip is the Denver Art Museum!
Planning a visit to the Denver Art Museum soon? We put together some suggestions for fun things you and your family can see and do while you’re here.
The Shop at the Denver Art Museum is excited to launch an expanded selection of creative products for children, families, and the young at heart. We have completely transformed the Shop in the North Building.
As a museum educator, I find most of my days at work to be wonderful, but, every once in a while, my job provides me with some truly extraordinary experiences.
On March 11, the DAM and Children’s Hospital Colorado hosted a painting party at the hospital campus in Aurora for patients, families, and staff.
The Shop at the Denver Art Museum is now featuring greeting cards from Art by Adelyn, a nonprofit organization benefiting the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at
We asked our staff to share their 2014 resolutions, aspirations, and inspirations. Check out the video below. As always, we want to hear what you’re up to. Share your inspirations and goals for 2014 using #DAMinspiration on Facebook and Twitter.
In part one of this series, we discussed assessing what needed to be done to conserve Big Sweep
Exciting news for anyone who loves designing, tinkering, hammering things together, museums, and people: The DAM is looking for Front Range area architects or artists to design a sculptural installation for Martin Plaza next summer.
I’ll admit it. I’m in love.
In August, a conservation project on the sculpture Big Sweep was completed.
Certain things just go together -- Oreos and milk, Sonny and Cher, art and beer. You heard me right: art and beer.