a picture of someone touching a Ganesha statue and a picture of a boy pointing to a painting in one of the galleries

Fall Access Programs

At the Denver Art Museum, we want you to explore art in your own way. We are here to help support your personalized art experiences by supporting consistent, effortless access to the museum. Whether you prefer a tactile art exploration, appreciate a conversation-based tour, seek a sensory-friendly experience, or desire an ASL interpreter for a lecture or tour—we are here to meet your needs!

For information on accessible accommodations and inclusive programming at the DAM, please visit our Accessibility and Access Programs pages on our website, or contact access@denverartmuseum.org or 720-913-0074.

Upcoming Programs

Tactile Tables

Get hands-on with art! Visitors of all ages and abilities are invited to touch and explore reproductions and models of artworks from our special exhibition, Stampede: Animals in Art. Discover the different animal furs used in a parka from the Bering Strait, or pet a pint-sized pooch from the Colima region of Western Mexico. Tactile Tables are included in general admission, no reservations necessary.

October 13 and 14, 11am-1 pm: Stampede: Animals in Art, Level 3, Hamilton Building

Low-Sensory Morning

This month we invite individuals and families to explore a much beloved Hindu diety who has the body of a human and the head of an elephant! As part of Ganesha: The Playful Protector, visitors will be able to make their own floral garland, worn by Ganesha, and even touch one of the statues!

Low-Sensory Morning events are for individuals and families who prefer a quiet, less sensory-stimulating environment. On select Saturdays we open our doors before public hours, turn down loud gallery sounds, limit attendance, and provide numerous hands-on activities and artmaking projects for individuals and families to enjoy.

Saturday, November 18, 8:30-10 am, Hamilton Building, Levels 1-4

Attendance to Low-Sensory Mornings are included in general admission and is FREE to all youth ages 18 and under. Space is limited, reserve your spot today! Reservations open October 18. Spanish-language materials available during the event.

Contact access@denverartmuseum.org or 720-913-0074 with any questions or for ticketing assistance.

Did you know that General Admission to the DAM is FREE to all youth ages 18 and under EVERY DAY!

How Can We Support Your Visit?

If you need financial assistance with tickets, or more information on accessibility at the DAM, please contact Danielle Schulz at 720-913-0074. VRS calls accepted.

Danielle Schulz is the coordinator of adult and access programs in the department of learning and engagement at the Denver Art Museum. Danielle has been at the DAM since 2015 and is dedicated to engaging the Denver community through accessible and inclusive arts programming for a wide variety of abilities and audiences.

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