Saturday, October 7, 2017Sunday, May 19, 2019.
Hamilton Building - Level 1
Included in general admission

3-D Studio and Weekend Artist Demonstrations

The DAM’s interactive studio has a brand new theme and fresh opportunities to get creative. The 3-D studio will explore the expansive and varied realm of 3-D art. Use your design thinking skills to build an abstract sculpture at our Purely Paper activity, or draw inspiration from Stampede: Animals in Art to create your own animal at the Wound in Wire activity. In this studio, you can even become a part of the art—work together with family and friends to contribute to a collaborative sculpture designed by local artist Pam Fortner.

On weekends, connect to Denver’s creative community at our artist demonstrations. Every Saturday and Sunday is a new chance to see an artist at work on 3-D art, from sculpture, to 3-D printing, to drawings that turn 3-D right before your eyes!

Demonstrations take place on Saturdays and Sundays from noon–3 pm.


January 20-21: Andryn Arithson, 3-D Animal Puppetry

January 27-28: Bonnie Ferrill Roman, Handmade Paper Sculpture

February 3-4: Rudi Monterroso, Metal Sculpture

February 10-11: Ann Cunningham, Multi-sensory Tactile Art

February 17-18: Ajean Ryan, Dimensional Drawings

February 24-25: Jesse Mathes, Weaving Metal

March 3-4: David Ocelotl Garcia, Clay Sculpture

March 10-11: Mohammad Saffa, Molding and Casting

March 17-18: Carolyn Michaels, Needle Felting

March 24-25: Barbara Gilhooly, Wire Sculpture

March 31-April 1: James Moulton, 3-D Ink Drawing