Time is running out to see Becoming Van Gogh, an in-depth exploration of Vincent van Gogh’s unconventional path to becoming one of the world’s most recognizable artists.
Due to high demand, the Denver Art Museum (DAM) is adding additional timeslots for Becoming Van Gogh during the final weeks of the exhibition. Visitors can explore the once-in-a-lifetime exhibition until 9 p.m. most nights, on New Year’s Eve and Day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and until midnight during the final three days. DAM members also have the special opportunity to view the exhibition during select Monday afternoons in January.
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) takes a wide-ranging look at textiles from pre-Columbian weavings to Navajo blankets to an examination of clothing in art and photography in the campus-wide exhibition Spun: Adventures in Textiles, on view May 19–September 22, 2013. The museum-wide show is in celebration of the DAM’s new textile art galleries, which also will be unveiled on May 19.
Becoming Van Gogh, an in-depth exploration of Vincent van Gogh’s unconventional path to becoming one of the world’s most recognizable artists, is now on view in a world-exclusive engagement at the Denver Art Museum (DAM) through January 20.
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Rocco Landesman announced that the Denver Art Museum (DAM) is one of 832 non-profit organizations nationwide to receive an NEA Art Works grant. The DAM is recommended for a $50,000 grant to support an artist-in-residence program for the native arts department in 2013. The program will enliven the American Indian art gallery while also showcasing a key permanent collection of the DAM.
Due to high demand, the Denver Art Museum (DAM) is expanding the hours of Becoming Van Gogh over Thanksgiving weekend, from December 15–January 6 and during the final weekend of the exhibition. Visitors can explore the once-in-a-lifetime exhibition until 9 p.m. most nights. DAM members also have the special opportunity to view the exhibition during select Monday afternoons in December and January.
On the final Friday of the month, from 6 to 10 p.m., the Denver Art Museum (DAM) offers a unique museum experience with unconventional art encounters, new insight into the DAM collection, art making activities, cash bar and more. At each mixed-media Untitled event, the museum highlights a specific theme with exhibition-related activities and community collaborations.
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) has teamed up with the Dillon Dam Brewery to craft a special beer in honor of the museum’s blockbuster exhibition, Becoming Van Gogh. Facebook fans of the museum and brewery chose the name, DAM Gogh, through an online competition. The beer is part of a larger promotional partnership between the two entities to reach the ski audience. Dillon Dam Brewery is known for their products cheekily inspired by Vincent van Gogh.
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) is participating in the city-wide Denver Arts Week celebration through a host of special events and offers. During Denver Arts Week, November 2–10, visitors can take advantage of a $3 discount off full price adult tickets to Becoming Van Gogh, the DAM’s blockbuster exhibition that chronicles Van Gogh’s unconventional journey to becoming the artist we all know today. Ticket purchasers can enter the code DAW online, on-site or via telephone to receive the discount. Read below for other events taking place that week.
The highly-anticipated Becoming Van Gogh, an in-depth exploration of Vincent van Gogh’s unconventional path to becoming one of the world’s most recognizable artists, opens at the Denver Art Museum (DAM) on October 21. The exhibition examines critical steps in the largely self-taught artist’s evolution through more than 70 paintings and drawings by Van Gogh, along with works by artists he responded to. Works in the exhibition are drawn from museums and private collections, and many have not been seen by the public for decades.
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) announced today that it will host the traveling exhibition Georgia O'Keeffe in New Mexico: Architecture, Katsinam and the Land, February 10–April 28, 2013. The exhibition, organized by the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, brings to light a relatively unknown aspect of O’Keeffe’s art and thinking—her deep respect for the diverse and distinctive cultures of northern New Mexico. The exhibition features 53 O’Keeffe works including 15 rarely seen pictures of different Hopi katsina tihu, along with examples of these types of figures.
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will present a selection of lavish lacquerware pieces in All that Glistens: A Century of Japanese Lacquer, an exhibition opening November 18 that explores the lacquer-making process.
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will present Rocky Mountain Majesty: The Paintings of Charles Partridge Adams, a survey of Charles Partridge Adams (1858-1942), a Colorado landscape painter active during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The exhibition marks the first time that Adams’ masterworks will be displayed together at a major art museum; and the DAM will be the sole venue for this important exhibition that highlights his greatest paintings of Colorado.
The Denver Art Museum (DAM) announced the appointment of William Morrow as the Polly and Mark Addison Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, concluding an extensive international search. Morrow will oversee the DAM’s broad collection of contemporary art as well as continue the museum’s strong tradition of presenting world-class temporary and traveling exhibitions. One of Morrow’s first projects at the DAM will be to join the curatorial team for Nick Cave: Sojourn, an exhibition of new work debuting at the museum in June 2013.