Join artist Anna Kaye in our fun and informal creative art sessions. Bring a drawing or sketching project of your own or get started on something new. More
A two-day symposium focused on the Ancient American communities that resided around and within the Caribbean Sea.
Symposium sessions run from 10 am to 5:30 pm on Friday, 10 am-7 pm on Saturday; doors open at 9 am.
Tickets are $75 for members of Alianza, $85 for nonmembers, $20 for students with current ID
Those unable to attend the whole symposium can purchase a ticket for the Saturday night reception and keynote address by Dr. Corinne Hofman, Leiden University, Netherland. More
Explore your creativity through the written word in our informal writing sessions led by Michael Henry, executive director of Lighthouse Writers Workshop. More
Slow down and spend time with one work of art each month. In September, contemplate the museum's creatively conceived architecture. More
The DAM's department of painting and sculpture is pleased to host a symposium on early British pictures in European and American art collections.
Leading scholars from America and England will present the results of their recent groundbreaking research, including on the Berger Collection's renowned group of early portraits.
Stroll through Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America on a self-guided tour from 3 to 5 pm, then join exhibition curator Darrin Alfred in Sharp Auditorium for a special lecture from 5 to 6 pm.
No reservations required; first-come seating for lecture. More
Slow down and spend time with one work of art each month. In August, explore an unusual desert landscape by Colorado painter Don Stinson. More
Slow down and spend time with one work of art each month. In July, explore artist Jonathan Saiz's 10,000+ tiny artworks in #WhatisUtopia. More
Wind down your week in the galleries with Unplugged, a program that explores different ways to turn down the tempo and step into a state of relaxation, reflection, and calm. In July, we'll use drawing to immerse ourselves in the colorful work of local artist Jonathan Saiz. More