In town for the opening of the Wyeth exhibition, Jamie Wyeth spoke with us about how the Denver Art Museum interpreted his and his late father's work. More
On November 5 we invited the media to a preview of Wyeth: Andrew and Jamie in the Studio, opening November 8. Christoph Heinrich, Frederick and Jan Mayer Director of the DAM, Timothy J. Standring, Gates Foundation Curator of Painting and Sculpture, and Jamie Wyeth led the tour through the exhibition. More
General admission to the DAM will be free and the museum will be open until 10 pm. Beginning at 5 pm, we're offering tickets for a special one-time-only price to a sneak peek of Wyeth: Andrew and Jamie in the Studio. More
Read our Q&A with Eric Paddock. More
Take snaps at the museum and share them with friends. More
Fritz Scholder was a polarizing person and artist, but his impact on American Indian art is not in doubt. Native artists shared their views about Scholder with associate curator John Lukavic. More
With the ability to observe an entire collection of art within the pages of a single book, each of these four new catalogs is bound to inspire reflection and discovery. But how does one decide which catalog to choose? Take our quick quiz to find out which catalog is the perfect fit for you. More
Untitled: Flip Side on Friday, October 30 (6–10 pm) is here to uncover hidden mysteries in the collection and turn the town upside down in a night of museum mayhem. It’s the last Untitled of the year and we’re leaving no stones unturned to bring you a great All Hallow’s Eve eve here at the Denver Art Museum. More
Regional citizens and DAM members alike benefit from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD), which has provided funding for citizen access to arts, science, and cultural experiences for 27 years.
Putting Denver on the Cultural Map More
The Denver Art Museum has been collecting and exhibiting American Indian artists’ work since 1925, and the exhibition Super Indian: Fritz Scholder, 1967-1980, is part of our ongoing commitment to highlight the work of leading artists in this field.
Scholder’s Contribution More
Halloween played a significant role in the life and work of Andrew and Jamie Wyeth. More
For the Fritz Scholder exhibition we compiled many quotes by the artist. Below is a selection of them that provide insight into his inspirations and creative process. We hope you also check out the exhibition on view through January 17, 2016. Included with general admission, free for members. More
The Denver Art Museum's annual black-tie opening gala celebrates the opening of the most highly anticipated exhibitions of the year, Wyeth: Andrew and Jamie in the Studio. It is an opportunity to celebrate in style with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, music, and, of course, an exclusive exhibition preview. Art luminaries are always in attendance which, this year, includes the artist Jamie Wyeth himself. More
Wagner and Annalee Schorr have been involved with the Denver Art Museum since the mid-1970s and have been First 100 Museum Associate members for nearly 20 years. Wag, a retired physician, and Annalee, an artist herself, are passionate about the modern and contemporary department of the DAM and recently discovered a new way to highlight this special area of interest by planning a gift from their IRA. More
Read our list of 7 interesting facts that shed a little light on the artist and his life and times and then see the rare Castiglione works on view at the DAM before the exhibition closes in November. More
Ana Maria Hernando will be in the DAM’s Flower Studio October 3 and 4, collaborating with museum goers using fabric flowers to craft a textile work of art.
I spoke with Ana Maria about her upcoming coming art ventures, how her art work has a connectedness to her home country of Argentina, and how she keeps fresh ideas flowing after nearly 20 years as an artist. More
If you’ve stopped by Level 6 of the Denver Art Museum’s North Building this summer, you might have noticed some chairs sitting unusually high. Using special mounts made by our conservators, we raised six chairs spanning two centuries to showcase their legs. More
There are over 50 artists represented in In Bloom. As you peruse the galleries, you may not immediately notice that four of the artists whose work is on view are women. More
Join us as we crisscross the globe for a new season of Create-n-Takes and make art in the galleries—no passport required. More
This summer, in conjunction with the exhibition In Bloom: Painting Flowers in the Age of Impressionism, the museum’s programming spreads beyond the galleries and even outside of our walls. A generous multi-year grant from P B and K Family Foundation is allowing Martin Plaza to be transformed and activated as never before. More