Untitled Final Fridays is the DAM’s monthly late-night program featuring unconventional experiences developed in collaboration with local creatives and community members.
In August, examine the imagined America so near-and-dear-and-sometimes-with-fear-to-our-hearts. Kick-up your feet with line dances, folklórico, and interactive art experiences that shed light on the American dream, inspired by The Light Show and the creative practice of Kate Speer.
Spotify playlist curated by Kate Speer.
Find the Barnyard food truck parked on 12th Ave.
Recipe Trading Cards, 6-10 pm, Level 1 Atrium
Leave one, take one. Jot down your favorite recipe for someone else to discover, and take a new recipe to try out at home.
American Still Life, 6-10 pm, Level 1 Paint Studio
Create your own still life painting with a curated setup from Kate Speer.
Everyone is Creative, 6-10 pm, Level 1 Paint Studio
Try out some hands-on activities to get an inside view of the creative process (inspired by local Denver artists).
Sanctuaries | American Life Reliquaries, 6-9:30 pm, Level 2 Newman Overlook
Join Tya Alisa Anthony in exploring themes of Identity steeped in ritual by creating your own mini-scene of American Life.
A Quick Time Out, 6-9:30 pm, Level 3 Hub
Stop and reflect on your actions, and make time to process events that impact our worlds with Moe Gram.
Let's Talk About Food, 6:15-6:45 pm, Lower Level Sharp Auditorium
Get in on the conversation with Adrian Miller and Jen Jasinski as they discuss traditions of New American Cuisine, moderated by Kate Speer.
Pie-eating Contest, 6:45-7:15 pm, Martin Plaza
Go for the gold in an old-fashioned competitive eating match!
Get in Line, 7:15 & 8:15 pm, Level 2 Atrium
Kick-up your feet with country, soul, and contemporary line dances. Instruction provided; participation encouraged – Kate Speer.
Joan & Charlie/Buntport Theater, 7:30 & 8:30 pm, Level 3 Gallery
Unearthing the Dark, 7:45 & 8:45 pm, Level 3 Atrium (freight elevator) (12 minutes) - performance by Kayla Hamilton
This movement exploration is a multi-sensory experience for the audience that delves deep into questions of what it means to see and be seen—as well as from whose lens we are doing the viewing.
This performance is made possible in part by support from RedLine and the NPN/VAN Artist Engagement Fund. Major contributors include the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Dance Folklorico, Level 4 Gallery - performed by Sara Roybal
8 pm, traditional Mexican folklore dance.
9 pm, MoFo dance accompanied by an edited version of the epic poem "Yo Soy Joaquin" by Corky Gonzales
A(me)ricana, 9:15 pm, Level 1 Atrium
Join Kate Speer for a final performance of the evening to close out the event!
Contributing Creatives: Tya Alisa Anthony, Buntport Theater, Moe Gram, Kayla Hamilton, Adrian Miller, Jen Jasinski, Sarah Roybal, and Kate Speer.
Untitled is free for members and includes general admission to the museum. Students with valid ID receive two-for-one tickets during Untitled.
Untitled Final Fridays are presented by Your 6 Hometown Toyota Stores.