Glory of Venice: Masterworks of the Renaissance is on view October 2, 2016 through February 12, 2017 at the Denver Art Museum. The exhibition is included in general admission (free for members and kids 18 and younger).
Learn more about the artists, their work, and creative innovations through lectures and courses by experts in the field, on guided tours, and other unique opportunities:
FOR MEMBERS (Not yet a member? Join today!)
- Member Preview on October 1— See the exhibition first! Members also save 20% in The Shops on this day. Note: October 1 is a Free First Saturday; the museum will have a high volume of visitors, but Glory of Venice will only be open to members on this day.
- Member Lecture with Exhibition Curator on October 6 & 14— Angelica Daneo, curator of painting and sculpture, will share her curatorial insights on one of the most creative times in Venetian art history, when painters developed their own distinctive Renaissance style based on a sensitive understanding of the constructive and defining potential of light and color.
- Daily Tours October 2–February 12 — Stop by at 1 pm Tuesdays-Sundays for a guided tour of the exhibition. Tours last approximately 45 minutes and are included with general admission (free for members); no reservations required.
- Four-Session Course on October 15, 22, 29 & November 5 — This four-session course will take participants on an extraordinary exploration of the creativity of Venice spanning the mid-1400s to early 1800s. Learn from curator Angelica Daneo, art historian Giulia Bernardini, and DAM teaching specialist Molly Medakovich.
FOR STUDENTS & GROUPS:
- Bring the creativity of the Italian Renaissance to life for K-12 students on a guided school field trip with advance reservations.
- College and adult groups (10 or more people) can receive group-rate admission with advance reservations, and schedule private tours.
View "Things to Do" on the exhibition webpage for an ongoing listing of related programs and events.
Image: Titian, Madonna and Child with Saints Catherine of Alexandria and Dominic, and a Donor, about 1513. Oil on canvas; 53-7/8 × 72-1/2 in. Fondazione Magnani Rocca, Mamiano di Traversetolo, Parma, Italy. Courtesy of Fondazione Magnani Rocca, Mamiano di Traversetolo (Parma).