Connect with Art

Although the Denver Art Museum is temporarily closed, we invite you to experience the museum from home. Through these virtual offerings, inspired by our world-art collections, we hope to foster inspiration and creativity, as well as offer a respite during this challenging time.

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Explore Our Online Collection

The Denver Art Museum is one of the largest art museums between Chicago and the West Coast, with a collection of more than 70,000 works of art divided between 10 permanent collections, including: architecture and design, art of the ancient Americas, Asian art, European and American art before 1900, Latin American art, modern and contemporary art, Native arts, photography, textile art and fashion, and western American art. 

See World Art
black and white drawing by Shantell Martin

Learn at Home

Creativity Resource is where classroom teachers, home-school educators, and families with children can find inspiration for art and creativity.

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a starburst quilt

Fun Downloads

Get phone backgrounds, coloring sheets, games, and more.

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photo of one of the galleries in the Natural Forces exhibition

Virtual Tours

Explore exhibitions from home. Watch videos of exhibitions currently installed in the museum and recent exhibitions, like Natural Forces: Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington.

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close up detail view of a bee on a white flower in a bouquet next to pink and red flowers

Respite & Inspiration

We could all use some respite and beauty these days. Slow down with art with mindful meditation and close looking. Download coloring pages and other activities.

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Get the Stories Behind the Art

Get the Stories Behind the Art

Learn about works in our collection and artworks that have been on view at the museum.

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Claude Monet waterlily painting with the words Beyond Monet, Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature and Denver Art Museum superimposed on it

Beyond Monet Podcast

Explore Monet's life and work in this five-part series.

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