Media/Calendar Advisory: DAM invites local creatives to co-produce the 2017 Untitled Final Friday season and more

What: The Denver Art Museum (DAM) is seeking local creatives from all disciplines to help the museum develop ideas for upcoming projects at Meet Here: An Evening of Idea Brewing and Creative Criss-Cross on Nov. 18, 2016.

Local movers and makers from crafters to chefs to musicians to artists are invited to this one-night-only FREE workshop to brainstorm a full suite of activities for the 2017 Untitled Final Friday season, as well as for museum residencies and outdoor installations. Attendees can expect mini-think tank sessions, complimentary snacks and a cash bar.

When: Nov. 18, 2016; 6–8 p.m.

Where: Denver Art Museum

Enter the museum’s North Building, across from Denver Public Library

How: RSVPs are appreciated; please send to Lauren Hegge at or call 720-913-0077. For more information, visit

Details: The majority of the workshop will focus on Untitled Final Fridays. This monthly late-night program offers a unique museum experience with unconventional art encounters, new insight into the DAM collections, artmaking activities and more. At each Untitled event, the museum highlights a specific theme with exhibition-related activities and community collaborations.

2017 themes that will be discussed this year include:

  • Jan. 27: Empire
  • Feb. 24: Power Suit
  • March 31: Common Place
  • April 28: Talk Back
  • May 26: True Grit
  • June 30: Action!
  • July 28: Summer Camp
  • Aug. 25: Truth & Dare
  • Sep. 29: Makeover
  • Oct. 27: Homewrecker

The Denver Art Museum is an educational, non-profit resource that sparks creative thinking and expression through transformative experiences with art. Its holdings reflect the city and region—and provide invaluable ways for the community to learn about cultures from around the world. Denver metro citizens support Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD), a unique funding source serving hundreds of metro Denver arts, culture and scientific organizations. For museum information, call 720-865-5000 or visit