Statement of Health and Safety
Our guests’ health and safety remain at the forefront of our event planning. With this in mind, we require museum event guests and attendees to be fully vaccinated at least two weeks before attending the Martin Building Opening Events in October, including the Unveiled Gala. Alternatively, guests can present a negative PCR or Antigen COVID test within 72 hours. Guests will not be required to wear masks based on current city and state guidelines.
More details on the verification process will be shared closer to the event, along with any updates based on city and state public health guidelines.
We kindly ask that if you are not feeling well on the day of the event that you remain at home and we will celebrate with you at another time!
The Denver Art Museum staff are all fully vaccinated and event vendors will be masked.
- Jana and Fred Bartlit
- Lynn Campion
- Sally Duncan and Family
- Jane Hamilton and Family
- The Honorable Michael B. Hancock, Mayor of Denver
- Sharon and Lanny Martin and Family
- Jan Mayer and Family
- Carrie and John Morgridge and Family
- The Honorable Jared Polis, Governor of Colorado
- Amanda Precourt and Andrew Jensdotter
- Anna and John J. Sie and Family
- Gary Steuer
- Sue and Don Sturm and Family
- Diane and Charlie Gallagher
- Sharon and Lanny Martin
- Singer Family Foundation
- Sturm Family
- Kemper Family Foundations
- Craig Ponzio
- Anna and John J. Sie Foundation
- Thomas S. and Mary K. Bagley Foundation
- Berger Collection Edukcational Trust
- Kathryn and David Birnbaum | Griffis Residential
- Chambers Initiative
- Merle C. Chambers
- Douglas D. Kerbs | LIV Sotheby’s International Realty
- Frederic C. Hamilton Family Foundation
- Nancy Leprino
- Jane and Tom Petrie
- Lu and Chris Law
- Sally and Ray Duncan
- The Duncan Family of Silver Oak and Twomey
- Colorado Homes & Lifestyles
- Molly's Spirits
The Martin Building
Designed by Italian architect Gio Ponti and Denver-based James Sudler Associates, the Martin Building first opened in 1971. For the building's 50th anniversary, it has been fully restored and renovated throughout, including expanded galleries, restaurants, and rooftop and outdoor spaces offering visitor access to stunning city and mountain views.
It will reopen to the public with a free general admission day on October 24, 2021.