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.
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.
Tshabalala is known for creating figural works that are autobiographical and that reflect the world around him.
One of the ways we provide access to our exhibitions for visitors with low vision and blindness is with our Exhibition Access Guides.
Learn about works by Nari Ward and other contemporary artists in the DAM's collection.
Join us for online talk with creators on August 3
In this opera, narratives of violence and erasure replace the popular tales of early colonization.
Learn about the work of this Peruvian designer.
More than 100 people contributed blankets and personal stories to Blanket Story.