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    • illustration of the Owl and the Pussy-Cat by Edward Lear
      Blog: Behind the Scenes

      Learn about the Painter & Poet Edward Lear

      We stopped by Drop-In Writing (led by Lighthouse Writers Workshop) last month for National Poetry Month to learn more about Edward Lear, one of the artists featured in Treasures of British Art: The Berger Collection. In addition to painting and illustrating, Lear is also famous for the children's poem, The Owl and the Pussy-Cat. More

    • families at create playdate artmaking activity
      Blog: Kids & Families

      May 2019 Family Fun

      What to See & Do This Month at the DAM

      Flowers are blooming, bees are buzzing, and things are changing. We have so many new and exciting activities here at the Denver Art Museum. Come and join the fun! The following activities are included with general admission, which is free for youth 18 and younger and for members.

      A new story is ready to bloom at Cuentos del Arte More

    • paper art project of a boat in water for Create Playdate
      Blog: Kids & Families

      April 2019 Family Fun

      What to See & Do This Month at the DAM

      April showers bring May flowers. While you’re waiting for those flowers to bloom, head over to the Denver Art Museum for fun for the whole family! Reminder: youth 18 and younger receive free general admission to the museum every day. More

    • a black and white photo of Suchitra Mattai and text reading Untitled Final Fridays Unexpected the Expected March 29 6-10 pm featuring Suchitra Mattai
      Blog: Untitled Final Fridays

      Q&A with Suchitra Mattai

      Suchitra Mattai is the featured artist for Untitled Final Friday at the Denver Art Museum on March 29. Read our Q&A below to learn more about her and her artistic practice, and then join us at Untitled! More

    • A mother and child at a table making an art project
      Blog: Kids & Families

      Spring into Family Fun at the DAM

      What to See & Do March 2019

      The seasons may start to change in the month of March, but there’s one thing that remains the same: there’s always a variety of fun family activities at the museum. Join us for art projects, stories, theater performances, and more! More