Connect with the Creative Community

The Denver Art Museum regularly collaborates with local creatives, artists, and makers for programs such as Untitled: Creative Fusions, Drop-In Drawing, Drop-In Writing, and others. While we are temporarily closed, we are still working with local creatives and still want to serve as a platform for connecting people with the creative community.

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Artist Interviews

Over the years, the museum has done scores of interviews with artists. Check out these Q&As and videos to learn a little about their creative processes and what inspires them. 

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Arts Through it All

Arts and culture are essential to Colorado’s economic and social vitality. It’s undeniable that artists, cultural organizations, and creative businesses need your support, now more than ever, as they face major economic challenges due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. There are many ways you can help the arts sector survive this challenging time, as well as continue to be enriched by Colorado’s artistic vibrancy. 

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Resources for Creatives

Our friends at RedLine Contemporary Art Center have put together a great list of resources for artists and creatives, as well as ways to support the local creative community.

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We Are Denver

One way Colorado visual artists, musicians, performers, and other creatives are sharing their work during this time is through We Are Denver. Visit their site for new livestreaming content every day, and follow the hashtag #WeAreDenver to learn more. You can continue to support local creators by following them and "liking" them online, telling your friends about them, and by purchasing their work.

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