Art Lives Here is a collaborative program between the Denver Art Museum and local schools and community centers. An exhibition of unique museum objects lives in the school/community center for about a month. Kids, families, and educators can use the installation to bring programming to life and reinforce organizational values, spark intercultural dialogue and empathy, and build community through shared experience.
Past & Present: Native American Art
Learn more about the continuing traditions of Native American art and artists as seen in historic and contemporary objects. Explore identity, family, and community through this collection of museum objects and the stories they tell.Learn More
Outside In: Contemporary Landscape Art
What is the role of place in who we are? How do artists share their experiences and ideas of place in art? Discover landscape art of all shapes, sizes, and mediums to inspire your imagination and spark memory. Learn about yourself and the artists whose creativity is on display.Learn More
Background image of the Past & Present: Native American Art exhibition installed at Castro Elementary.
Art Lives Here / El Arte Vive Aquí is generously funded by the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation, Terry and Linda Stevinson, Wells Fargo, Sidney E. Frank Foundation – Colorado Fund, and The Cathedral Fund in honor of Rand Smith, with additional support provided by an anonymous donor and the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).