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boys working on an art project at the museum
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Donate Today to help Colorado school kids

With your support, even more school kids can unlock their creative potential through art opportunities at the DAM. Give today to help Colorado school kids engage with art and unlock skills that will help them learn, grow, and succeed. More

Guests at a gala at the Denver Art Museum
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Join us at a Gala Reception Celebrating Her Paris

A very special preview of Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism will take place at a gala reception Friday, October 20 and you can be a part of it by joining The Museum Associates. More

sepia toned photo of Helen Dill from around 1875
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Who is Helen Dill?

Read about the Denver teacher whose generous bequest allowed the museum to purchase some of its most iconic works of art. More

The Plan, a photography of two women standing in a field of grass with blue sky behind them, one is in a yellow coat and one is in a green coat
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Own a Piece of Mi Tierra

Support the DAM with a Limited-Edition Print

Internationally renowned conceptual photographer Daniela Edburg created this photograph on a visit to Colorado. More

People at Denver Art Museum gala
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See Wyeth First at the Opening Gala

The Denver Art Museum's annual black-tie opening gala celebrates the opening of the most highly anticipated exhibitions of the year, Wyeth: Andrew and Jamie in the Studio. It is an opportunity to celebrate in style with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, music, and, of course, an exclusive exhibition preview. Art luminaries are always in attendance which, this year, includes the artist Jamie Wyeth himself. More

Creating a Legacy
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Creating a Legacy

Wagner and Annalee Schorr have been involved with the Denver Art Museum since the mid-1970s and have been First 100 Museum Associate members for nearly 20 years. Wag, a retired physician, and Annalee, an artist herself, are passionate about the modern and contemporary department of the DAM and recently discovered a new way to highlight this special area of interest by planning a gift from their IRA. More

Spotlight on Our Corporate Sponsor: Your Hometown Toyota Stores & Free First Saturday
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Spotlight on Our Corporate Sponsor: Your Hometown Toyota Stores & Free First Saturday

For more than a century, the successes of the Denver Art Museum have been inextricably linked to the generosity of the museum’s supporters. In that spirt, the DAM is pleased to announce a new partnership with the 6 Hometown Toyota Stores that make up the Denver Toyota Dealers Association. Starting this month, the new relationship includes major underwriting support for the DAM’s popular Free First Saturdays. More

The 15th Annual Uncorked on April 10-11, 2015, was a Huge Success! 
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The 15th Annual Uncorked on April 10-11, 2015, was a Huge Success! 

Thank you to everyone who attended Uncorked Wine Tasting on April 10 and Uncorked Reserve on April 11. Uncorked was a huge success raising over $560,000 for the Denver Art Museum. Cheers to that!

At the Friday Uncorked Wine Tasting, 900 people enjoyed more than 300 wines, beers, and spirits while enjoying live music from the Kenneth Walker Jazz Trio and delicious hors d'oeuvres from Kevin Taylor Catering. More

Join Us in Celebrating Our Volunteers During Volunteer Appreciation Week
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Join Us in Celebrating Our Volunteers During Volunteer Appreciation Week

The Denver Art Museum is thriving, and it is thanks to the more than 450 dedicated volunteers that we are moving forward every day. Our volunteers are the smiling face of the museum and collectively contribute over 40,000 hours of service every year in a variety of capacities. We think our volunteers are the heart of the DAM. They are an intelligent, enthusiastic, and friendly bunch that enrich the lives of our staff and visitors. More

Creatives-in-Residence Connect Visitors to Art in Innovative Ways
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Creatives-in-Residence Connect Visitors to Art in Innovative Ways

Recently, the Denver Art Museum received a major grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to produce and document a series of six residencies. Over the next two years, the DAM will partner with creatives from a variety of disciplines to produce residencies that explore the many ways in which we connect with art. More

Thanks to an IMLS Grant the DAM is Upgrading Textile Art Storage
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Thanks to an IMLS Grant the DAM is Upgrading Textile Art Storage

Recently, the Denver Art Museum received a major grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to help us improve how we store works of art in our textile art collection. Since preserving artworks in the collection is part of our mission, we are very excited that we will be installing new rolling screens that will improve storage and access for textile artworks. The new storage system will streamline preparation for the expanded calendar of textile art exhibitions, rotations, and programs. More

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