The Denver Art Museum believes that art can make a difference in people’s lives by celebrating and stimulating creativity and inspiring a greater understanding and connection with our world. By showcasing the artwork of students, the DAM places value not only on these creative young artists but also the hard work and impact of their dedicated teachers.
Using a choice-based program, the middle school art students at Shaw Heights Middle School in Westminster district explored a variety of themes and mediums to develop their own creative process. Students became very interested in how the art world works. They started to wonder how artists get their work shown in the museum. By having their work on display at the DAM, their creativity will continue to be inspired.
Entry to the showcase is free; museum admission required to visit other galleries.
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