Join us at the Denver Art Museum for Untitled: Action!, a fun evening of tours, artist talks, artmaking, performances, and more.
Get active: Tour the museum and get a workout at the same time. This active tour will be led by Frankie Cole of Cole Fusion Fitness.
Create a community screenplay: Join Warm Cookies of the Revolution to exercise a different part of yourself: your civic health. What is civic health? As Warm Cookies puts it on their website, “Civic health is a measurement of how well we participate in our community as citizens.” Warm Cookies is all about achieving community goals through events that are both creative and fun.
Explore western art: Want a new perspective on art? Adam Dempsey, producer at Rocky Mountain PBS's Active Generation and past producer of Starz! Entertainment Western channel will be giving a tour of the contemporary western American art collection.
Check out an interactive installation: Take advantage of the summer weather and hear firsthand from artists Héctor Esrawe and Ignacio Cadena, designers of La Musidora, for an artist talk outside. They will be discussing their new interactive and musical installation on Martin Plaza.
Take action & make your own posters: Do you like making art as much as you like viewing it? Take action as you screen print your own resistance posters, designed and facilitated by Native Arts Artists-in-Residence Gregg Deal and Walt Pourier. Or, stop by our family artmaking station on the plaza, and make pieces inspired by La Musidora.
Jump into a Toyota and sing some CAR-aoke (yep, that's karaoke in a car).
Watch dance and music performances: New creative-in-residence choreographer Laura Ann Samuelson and The Perry Weissman Trio will dance, inspired by La Musidora. Plus, country band Andy Hamilton & the Rocky Mountain Contraband will be performing.
Lights! Cameras! Action! Joan and Charlie Discuss Tonight's Theme: Don’t forget to head over to watch everybody’s favorites, Joan and Charlie of Buntport Theater.
Admission to Untitled Final Fridays includes general admission to the museum. The Western: An Epic in Art and Film requires a special exhibition ticket.