Art

Exhibitions

Explore the exhibition currently on view in the Hamilton and Martin Buildings and see what else will be opening in the future.

Claude Monet, Path in the Wheat Fields at Pourville, 1882. Oil on canvas; 23 x 30-1/2 in (58.4 x 77.5 cm). Denver Art Museum: Frederic C. Hamilton Collection, 2016.365.

Collections

The Denver Art Museum has more than 70,000 works of art across 12 permanent collections. Explore the objects in these collections and learn more about each department's history.

Conservation

The museum's conservation department is made up of conservators with specialties in works of art on paper, photographs, paintings, textiles, archaeological and ethnographic objects, and modern and contemporary art. Our staff cares for the collections in accordance with our expressed mission to preserve works of art for future generations.

Events

The Denver Art Museum hosts a variety of lectures and talks with curators, artists, and leaders in their fields. Due to the pandemic, all lectures and talks are currently hosted online over Zoom.

Museum Guides

Whether you're a new or returning visitor, there's lots to explore and discover in the now-completed Denver Art Museum campus. Browse through one of our online guides now and map out your next visit.

Outdoor bronze sculpture of a horse

Deborah Butterfield, Willy, Argus and Lucky, 1996–97. Painted and patinated bronze. Denver Art Museum: Funds from the Enid and Crosby Kemper Foundation, UMB Bank Trustees. 1996.198.1-3. © Deborah Butterfield

Outdoor Art

Several outdoor artworks can be found across the Denver Art Museum campus. Learn more about where to find them and the history and artistic intent of each piece.

Sven Birger Sandzén's "A Mountain Symphony (Longs Peak, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado"

Sven Birger Sandzén, A Mountain Symphony (Longs Peak, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado), 1927. Oil on canvas; 48 x 60 in. Denver Art Museum; Funds from the DAM Westerners, 2017.28

Museum From Home

If you're unable to visit soon, we invite you to explore the Denver Art Museum from home. Browse artwork in our online collection, take virtual tours of exhibitions, download coloring sheets and phone and computer backgrounds, read interviews with artists, and much more.