A first-of-its kind exhibition 10 years in the making
The curator explains how this exhibition came to life.
Support the Denver Art Museum this holiday season and explore a wide assortment of unique gifts for the whole family!
Art Lives Here//El Arte Vive Aquí helps give access to art.
We've partnered with the Blue Ribbons Arts Initiative organization to create Youth Artists on the Spectrum: A Celebration of Neurodiversity at the Denver Art Museum
, a community showcase on display through January 21, 2022.
Learn how the Denver Art Museum collaborated with local artist Kenya Fashaw to create an audio journey for kids inspired by the life and work of Henry Ossawa Tanner, a Black artist featured in Whistler to Cassatt: American Painters in France.
Free Night at the Museums is November 6
Celebrate arts and culture with a visit to the DAM. Admission is free all day Nov. 6.
The Photography and Memory Project: Connecting Generations Through Stories and Images
Community Spotlight is on display through Spring 2021.
Applications due December 12
Connectors are ambassadors for the museum, who receive training to welcome historically underrepresented communities to the museum.
Las solicitudes se reciben a más tardar el 12 de diciembre
Los Conectores son embajadores del museo que reciben capacitación para acoger a las comunidades históricamente poco representadas e invitar a familias y a quienes nunca antes han visitado el museo.
Learn how the Denver Botanic Gardens created a garden for the senses at the DAM inspired by water, wood, and sky.
See the program of events and learn more about the Opening Day Celebration on October 24.
by Simphiwe Ndzube
Dondolo represents a mine laborer as he carries a blue precious stone in a wheelbarrow, a reference to diamond mining and land exploitation in South Africa.