Here are some tips and guidelines to help you prepare for your visit to the Denver Art Museum exhibition Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism.
Your exhibition ticket is good for one-time entry into the exhibition on the date and time printed on your ticket. Exhibition entry times do sell out, so advance ticket purchase is recommended to guarantee access to the exhibition. Members see Her Paris for half the price. Not a member? Join today.
The most convenient place to park is the Cultural Center Complex Garage at 12th Avenue and Broadway. Pre-purchase your parking permit online and guarantee your parking space in the Cultural Center Complex Garage, even when it’s marked full or closed (quantities are limited). To purchase a one-time use ePermit for the garage, visit CulturalParking.com.
For your safety and comfort as well as the protection of the objects, we ask that you store large bags and backpacks (including purses) before you enter gallery spaces. Free lockers are available on the first and lower levels of each building for your convenience.
The DAM welcomes and strives to be accessible to everyone. Wheelchairs and strollers are available at a museum welcome center. If you have a specific need or request, please let us know so that we can help.
Feel free to write or sketch with a graphite pencil in notebooks 11" x 14" or smaller. Please be respectful of other visitors and of the artwork while sketching.
Unless otherwise noted, photography for personal use is permitted, but please remember to turn off the flash, stash the tripod, and be conscious of those around you. Don't forget to use the hashtag #HerParisatDAM when you share on social media.
FOOD & DRINK
Please enjoy food and drink—including water—before or after your visit to Her Paris and for the safety of the objects, please keep chewing gum at home.
We want you to discuss, explore, and be inspired. We look forward to your visit!
Image: Berthe Morisot (French, 1841-1895), The Sisters, 1869. Oil on canvas. 20 ½ x 32 in. National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., Gift of Mrs. Charles S. Carstairs, 1952.9.2. Courtesy American Federation of Arts.