VISIT DENVER’s 11th annual Denver Arts Week celebration of the Mile High City's vibrant arts and culture scene kicks off November 3. The nine-day celebration of art and creativity continues through November 11. Denver Arts Week is punctuated by visual arts, theater, live music, film, museums, dance, opera, comedy, literature, history, and heritage.
DAM Membership Offer, through Nov. 11
As an added bonus, the Denver Art Museum is offering an exclusive Denver Arts Week membership offer. Sign up for any DAM membership level and get an extra month—13 months of membership for the price of 12 months—of art access by using promo code DAW17 onsite or online November 3–11, 2017. (Here is your friendly reminder that members get the best prices on ticketed exhibitions including Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism.)
Don’t miss your chance to explore the city’s diverse and engaging cultural scene during Denver Arts Week!
Know Your Arts First Friday, Nov. 3
Launching strong with Know Your Arts First Friday, Denver’s most creative neighborhoods—including the Golden Triangle Creative District, home to some of the city’s top cultural institutions and incredible art galleries—invite you to explore all they have to offer. Enjoy strolling among the Triangle’s shops, restaurants, and more. Meet local artists and find specially priced original works for $52.80 at many participating galleries.
Night at the Museums, Nov. 4
On Saturday, November 4, explore any of 15 Denver-area museums free of charge during Night at the Museums. Free shuttles carry participants to several participating museums and cultural attractions around the city. The Denver Art Museum will stay open with free general admission all evening from 5 pm to 10 pm on November 4. Jump on a shuttle and check out hands-on creative activities in our 3-D Studio, explore Common Ground: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989–2013, Stampede: Animals in Art, and Ganesha: The Playful Protector. Also, take the opportunity to explore the collection galleries in the North Building, which will close for renovations at the end of business on Sunday, November 19. (Note: Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism requires a separate ticket.)