Ana Teresa Fernández explores the politics of intermingling identities and the ways it shapes culture and social rhetoric through painting, performance, and video. More
Explore echoes of a sense of belonging, here and elsewhere, in the works of Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place. More
Date tentative; watch for confirmation. Individual tickets not currently available, but Bradford lecture is included in series ticket. More
Historical photography of Native people is widespread and many of these images become iconic and appropriated as part of American popular culture. But what is missing from our understanding of these photographs? More
Café Cultura's month-long installation will be inspired by the cultures and people celebrated throughout our pre-Columbian collections and themed around the idea that these so-called past cultures and people are very much alive and still ought to be celebrated today. More
Wendy Red Star and her daughter Beatrice Red Star Fletcher will take you on a kid-friendly tour of the DAM's art galleries. Beatrice will share a child's perspective of some objects in the museum collection. More
Canceled due to installation date changes. More
Join Ramiro Gomez for a chat about his installation for Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place. More
Join Carmen Argote for a chat about her installation for Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place. More
Join Justin Favela for a chat about his installation for Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place. More
Join John Jota Leaños for a chat about his installation for Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place. More
Prepare an art center with Styrofoam trays, printing ink or paint, rollers, paper, and a mixture of tools and materials that create imprints, such as:More
Ideas for the Art Center:
- Add pre-cut paper shapes in various sizes.
- Painters tape
- Rollers with ink or paint
World-renowned Chinese ceramic artist Liu Jianhua will present the trail of his thinking in creating many of his intriguing and appealing works over the past two decades. More
Come check out our latest artist project for Cuatro : A Series of Artist Interactions and contribute to Danette Montoya’s art installation on October 22 and 29 and November 5.
Included in museum admission, which is free for kids 18 and younger, and no reservations are required.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 720-913-0054.
Meet up and chat with artist Carlos Frésquez about his installation, on view through August 7.
Tuesdays, July 12, 29, 26 and August 2. More
This summer, the Native Arts Artist-in-Residence program will focus on the artistry and process of creating Powwow Regalia. More
An early and influential conceptual photographer, Kenneth Josephson makes photographs of found and constructed visual puzzles that demonstrate his alert and often humorous way of encountering the world and the medium of photography itself. More
Author Lawrence Weschler joins Los Angeles-based artist Ramiro Gomez for a conversation about his paintings and sculptural cutouts, which are largely informed by his background as a first-generation Mexican-American and former nanny. More
D.Y. Begay (Navajo) is a fourth generation weaver born and raised on a sheep farm on the Navajo Nation spanning the ''four corners'' where Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado meet. She learned how to spin, dye, and weave by observing her mother, whose woven rugs contributed to the family income. She experiments with traditional and exotic plant dyes to attain subtle and brilliant shades of color.
“Everything in my weaving is natural. I use the same techniques passed from my ancestors to me to create designs that have artistic and traditional value.” More