Become a Member
With the expansion of the museum's campus and programming, now is an excellent time to become a member. Members enjoy daily free general admission, which allows you the opportunity to endlessly explore all of our amazing collections, reinstalled galleries, and new creative spaces. Visit our permanent collections again for the first time in nearly four years, but also discover new features like the Creative Hub, Sensory Garden, Thread Studio, and a rooftop terrace offering stunning city and mountain views.
Dine at The Ponti
The Martin Building is now home to a brand new dining experience, The Ponti. Open daily for lunch and for dinner on Tuesday evenings, The Ponti combines art with dining, presenting a locally-sourced and seasonally-inspired menu with high standards of sustainability.
Follow The Ponti's Instagram account (@thepontidenver) for information about giveaways, a sneak peek at the menu, and more.
Our youth summer camps return in person this June! From painting and sculpture to making stop-motion animations and even an NFT (non-fungible token), there's a wide variety of camps sure to spark inspiration and ignite your child's creativity. Browse through the camp descriptions and choose your favorite today.
Registration for members begins on Tuesday, February 8, and registration for non-members begins on Tuesday, February 15.
Winter 2022 Symposia
Symposia provides art historians and art aficionadoes alike an in-depth opportunity to learn from artists, curators, and experts about a current topic in the industry. This January and February, three of the Denver Art Museum's departments will present their annual symposiums both onsite and online. Learn more about each symposium and register today.
We've partnered with two local arts organizatons for new showcases now on display in the Martin Building.
The Photography and Memory Project: Connecting Generations Through Stories and Images, a collaboration with the University of Denver's Photography and Memory project, highlights personal snapshots of college students with older adults and the stories behind them. Youth Artists on the Spectrum: A Celebration of Neurodiversity at the Denver Art Museum, in conjunction with the Blue Ribbon Arts Initiative, features artworks from 25 youth artists and three adults who are on the autism spectrum.
Learn more about each spotlight on our blog and catch these artworks on your next visit.
Several outdoor artworks can be found across the Denver Art Museum campus. Learn where to find them and the history and artistic intent behind each piece.
Explore Our Collections
High Beams and Starlight: Beyond Absence - Double Negative, July 2003 PM
Don Stinson, High Beams and Starlight: Beyond Absence–Double Negative, July 2003 PM, 2004. Oil on linen; 81 x 89 in.
Denver Art Museum: Gift of Laure and Matt McConnell, Noel and Tom Congdon, Jennifer Doran, and Jim Robischon, 2006.5