Check out the DAM’s Creative-in-Residence Michael Sperandeo as he debuts his podcast series Digital Dawn.
Thomas Evans, a.k.a. Detour, is an interactive visual artist experimenting with the intersections of art, music, and technology. Detour is the Denver Art Museum’s Fall 2017 Creative-in-Residence. His residency runs October 1 through November 30, 2017.
Detour is a Denver-based creative that focuses on work where art and innovation meet. A born collaborator and “military brat,” Detour pulls from every conceivable experience that shapes his landscapes and perspectives.
Laura Ann Samuelson is a choreographer, dancer, teacher of performance. She was the DAM’s creative-in-residence in July and August, 2017.
The Denver Art Museum is looking for its next creative-in-residence to work alongside staff and visitors May through August 2017 (selection criteria and submission guidelines).
Mar Williams worked with local “hackers” on an interactive installation which explored the connection between technology, art, and individual identity.
Viviane Le Courtois built a Global Thinking Pod
at the Denver Art Museum where visitors could slow down, make something, and connect with new people.
Denver Art Museum creative-in-residence Viviane Le Courtois’ Global Thinking Pod is now installed in the exhibit Audacious: Contemporary Artists Speak Out
. This is not the first thinking pod the artist has designed and built for an art setting. It is, however, the first thinking pod to rely heavily on the contributions and help of visitors.
For several weeks Le Courtois collected material donations of yarn, wool, and hair from visitors in preparation for her opening day on April 5.
Mar Williams' installation at the Denver Art Museum is playful and interactive, yet the creative-in-residence wants visitors to ask questions about the role of technology in their lives. In this video, Williams shares the big ideas that inspired the "Feed the Animal" installation, among these is the question: How can we create an emotional response to our personal data or "online" identity? The technology involved in the installation is being developed over the course of this residency.
Viviane Le Courtois, a Denver-based artist, will be a creative-in-residence at the Denver Art Museum from April 5–15, 2016. During her residency, she will be building a “thinking pod” inside the exhibition Audacious: Contemporary Artists Speak Out
on Level 3 of the Hamilton Building.
When the time came to choose someone to be the next creative-in-residence, well, we knew right away who it should be. That person is Mar Williams. The beauty of working with Williams is that we are simultaneously working with a hacker, an artist, a tinkerer and an extraordinarily creative mind.
Evan Weissman and Chris Getzan brings, Warm Cookies of the Revolution (WCoR), into the DAM to examine voting and civic health from different perspectives.
Artist Arthur Williams took inspiration from the museum collections to create site-specific installations and live performances.