From our monthly Drop-In programs to recurring lectures and talks with curators and museum professionals, we offer several opportunities for adults to brush up on their creativity, learn more about the art world, and to explore artworks in detail. Due to the pandemic, all programs and lectures are online-only.
Monthly Online Programs
Try your hand at studying and drawing works of art in sessions led by instructor and artist Anna Kaye. Sessions are free, open to all regardless of level, and are currently conducted on the first Tuesday of each month over Zoom.
Explore your imagination and creativity through informal writing sessions led Theresa Rozul Knowles, an instructor from Lighthouse Writers Workshop in Denver. Sessions are free, open to all regardless of level, and are currently conducted on the second Tuesday of each month over Zoom.
Slow down and spend time with a single work of art from the Denver Art Museum. Discover overlooked details, pose questions, and explore ideas as we linger, look, and connect from home with art and with each other. Sessions are free and are currently conducted on the third Tuesday of each month over Zoom.
Untitled: Creative Fusions
Untitled: Creative Fusions is a quarterly collaboration with local artists and creatives to create an evening full of events, performances, experimentation, and one-of-a-kind experiences. Due to the pandemic, Untitled is currently a virtual-only event.
Lectures & Talks
The Denver Art Museum hosts a variety of lectures and talks with curators, artists, and leaders in their fields. Due to the pandemic, all lectures and talks are currently hosted online over Zoom.
Adult Access Programs
We invite visitors of all ages and abilities to explore the Denver Art Museum in an inclusive and welcoming environment.
For Kids & Families
We offer games and activities for kids and families to have fun together at the museum and to spark curiosity and conversation during your visit.
At home, find videos, activities, lesson plans, and more in our online Creativity Resource hub.
Onsite and Online Programs
Families, learning pods, home schools, kids of all ages, and their grown-ups can use these online resources to support your next visit to the museum.
Our collaborative community programs bring exhibitions, workshops with artists, professional development, and Creativity Kits closer to students, children and families, and to facilitate distance learning at home.
The Studio is an interactive place to spark your creativity, connect with the community, and get a new perspective on the artistic process. It is currently closed due to pandemic but when it reopens later in 2021, the focus will be on storytelling.
Access Programs for All Ages
We invite visitors of all ages and abilities to explore the Denver Art Museum in an inclusive and welcoming environment through Low-Sensory Mornings and Custom Access Tours. Note: due to the pandemic, these offerings are currently on hold.
We believe in creating opportunities for artists to practice public engagement, engage with the DAM’s encyclopedic collection, and push their practice.
Are you a creative interested in collaborating with us? We’d love to know more about your work. Learn more about our opportunities below and then contact us to inquire further.
Instructors for Creative Classes
Our popular Creative Classes for adults will return in January 2022. We are currently seeking educators to develop and instruct these classes. If you have experience teaching adults and maintain a creative practice, we encourage you to learn more about the opportunity and send in your application by May 28, 2021.
Programs for Artists Include:
This residency invites our Creative-in-Residence to work together with the museum and, most importantly, to work with DAM visitors.
The Demonstrating Artist Program takes place in the Studio, a 3000-square foot interactive space, in which visitors are invited to explore the artistic process through hands-on activities.