Al despedirnos del 2018, reflexionamos acerca de las experiencias y recuerdos que creamos con nuestros seres queridos al disfrutar de las colecciones y actividades del Denver Art Museum, donde la admisión es siempre GRATUITA para niños y jóvenes de hasta 18 años años de edad.
Ganesha: el protector juguetón, a la vista hasta el 13 de enero. El corazón de la exposición es una estatua de Ganesha creada entre 600 y 700, en préstamo por el Museo Nacional de Camboya en Phnom Penh. More
Join Foxy and Shmoxy, the DAM art detectives, as they solve mysteries in the galleries. More
1. Take a ‘vacation’ at the DAM
Winter break at the DAM is still on through January 6, 2019, so stop by for family fun. The Print Studio, gallery activities, A Walk in the Woods family space, and two Create-n-Takes are open every day. More
Drop in with your little ones, ages 3 to 5, and meet up with other tots and their grownups for story time, artmaking, and more! More
For individuals and families who prefer a quiet, less sensory-stimulating environment we offer our Low-Sensory Morning events on select Saturday mornings, before public hours. More
For the second year in a row, the DAM is commemorating Day of the Dead with an altar created by local artist David Ocelotl Garcia and his family. Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos, is a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico and Latin America that celebrates and commemorates the lives of those we’ve lost. More
In a series of workshops participants from Denver Public Library’s Montbello Branch ideaLab and the William E. Cope and Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Clubs created their own pieces to contribute to Past the Tangled Present. More
Journey through the month of July at the Denver Art Museum with creative activities for all ages. More
Take a new approach to your museum visit in the month of May with some surprising activities for the whole family.
Catch an unexpected musical performance! More
This April, get a conversation started when you visit the museum as a family. Pick up a “Fun Things for Families to Do Today” brochure. Pair conversation starters with our programs and exhibitions to create a fun family visit. More