Martin Building Reopening Events

The reopening of the Martin Building and the Sie Welcome Center will be postponed due to the museum's closure. We are following guidance from government and public health officials for flattening the curve of new COVID-19 infections in Denver and Colorado. We look forward to sharing more details about plans for the reopening when they are available. Learn more.

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UNVEILED

Date to be Announced

The dazzling opening gala will gather artists, patrons, and trustees to celebrate the museum’s next chapter on a night unlike any other. Following a fabulous cocktail hour in the heart of the expanded campus, guests will sit down to the first-ever dinner in the Sturm Grand Pavilion, complete with an inspiring and unexpected program.

Unveiled Update
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MUSEUM FRIENDS EARLY ACCESS

Date to be Announced

Museum Friends will be invited to an early preview of the new gallery spaces. Join Christoph Heinrich, curators, and interpretive specialists to learn more about the galleries and exhibitions during this special open house.

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MEMBER PREVIEWS 

Dates to be Announced

Members will enjoy free advance access to new and reimagined spaces, from the dynamic Learning & Engagement Center to three expansive galleries. This two-day Member Preview will include access to ReVisión: Art in the Americas—the first exhibition to open in the Bonfils-Stanton Gallery.

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FULL CIRCLE

Date to be Announced
 
Full Circle will be a not-to-be-missed kick-off party on the eve of opening weekend—a wonderful moment for the community to come together and celebrate in style. Artists and musicians will be woven into this festive evening, with exciting performances and events in galleries and new event spaces for a night to remember.
 
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PUBLIC OPENING

Date to be Announced

The public will be invited to see the new spaces at this special moment. General admission will be free all day.

Photos by James Florio.