Art Lives Here Exhibitions

Art Lives Here (ALH) exhibitions are installed in Title 1 schools and community centers in Denver. These exhibitions can be supported with optional artmaking workshops with artists for kids and families, professional development for staff, and art supplies for extended lessons. Applications for ALH exhibitions are currently closed. Sign up for our School and Teacher e-newsletter to not miss the next round of applications for your school to host an ALH exhibition!

Past and Present: Indigenous Arts of North America

Learn more about the continuing traditions of Indigenous art and artists as understood through historic and contemporary objects. These artists work within knowledge systems that are rooted in community and place. They make choices that influence—and are influenced by—the cultures in which they live and work. Explore big ideas of identity, family, and community through this collection of museum objects and the stories they tell.

Outside In: Contemporary Landscapes

How do artists share their experiences and ideas of place in art? Discover landscape art of all shapes, sizes, and mediums through this collection of contemporary artworks. We hope the art and artists’ voices will inspire imagination, spark memories about place, encourage observation and prompt reflection about yourself and your place within your community.

Art Lives Here / El arte vive aquí was created thanks to generous funding from The Cathedral Fund in honor of RAND Ningali and the Vera and Joseph Dresner Foundation. Additional program support is provided by Terry and Linda Stevinson, Aegon Transamerica Foundation, U.S. Bank Foundation, Xcel Energy, the Connie Burwell White & William W. White Foundation, Institute for Museum and Library Services, an anonymous donor, and the residents who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD).