Lectures & Programs

Lectures & Talks

Special Lectures & Talks

The Denver Art Museum and its Support Groups frequently host special lectures by leaders in their fields.

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Logan Lecture Series

Since 2007, the Logan Lecture Series has brought more than 100 contemporary artists to the museum to discuss their work and engage audiences in stimulating conversation about contemporary art.

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Anderman Photography Lecture Series

The Anderman Photography Lecture Series presents talks by the preeminent creators and thinkers in photography today.

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Artmaking & Writing

Drop-In Drawing

Take inspiration from the galleries with the help of artist Anna Kaye and tackle a new drawing topic every month.

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Drop-In Writing

Try your hand at a new writing topic every month, led by Michael Henry, executive director of Lighthouse Writers Workshop, while visiting various museum galleries.

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Courses & Symposia

Rembrandt: An Artist & His World

Fall/Winter 2018 Course

This four-session course will explore the life and career of Rembrandt within the context of the 17th-century Dutch Golden Age. Explore Rembrandt's experimental artistic approaches and range of subjects he depicted, his place among his artistic contemporaries, and how the exhibition was developed.

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Scholarly symposia are presented annually on the topics of pre-Columbian or Spanish Colonial art; western American art; and biannually on American Indian art.

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Mindfulness & Meditation

Meditation in the Museum

Join in on this "happiness hour" of relaxation, reflection, and quiet calm in the museum galleries, led by our partners from the Kadampa Meditation Center.

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Mindful Looking

Mindful Looking invites you to slow down and spend time with a work of art. Discover overlooked details, explore ideas, and make connections as we linger, look, and discuss.

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