How Feedback from Families Improves the DAM
Here at the DAM, feedback is crucial. In fact, we thrive on it. Lucky for us, Denver families are not shy. Their thoughts inform us every step of the way, making our projects better. We are always surprised by what the museum and our projects mean to them.
Over the past two years, we developed 15 new family activities and spaces throughout the museum. More than 50 families have spent time with us, telling us what they think—the good and the bad. In response to their thoughts, we now are extra careful to make things comfy, help them make connections to daily life, encourage conversations that can’t happen elsewhere, and support all the unique families walking in the door.
Take a look at some of what visitors shared:
I really liked that there was a lot to do in one backpack, so I was always busy. – 8-year-old
I love Spanish Colonial art and it was really fun for me to be able to share something so personally important with my kids in a way that they could appreciate as well...not a one-dimensional experience. - Parent
Hear more from families in the photo gallery below. Read about how we worked with families and the projects we created together in our report, Kids and Their Grownups, here.