Visitors in the Creative Hub share why we need creativity.
Join us for an upcycled artmaking activity, a visit from McNicholas Miniature Therapy Horses, and more.
Meet Sandra Azcarate, a gallery host at the Denver Art Museum and a talented artist whose work focuses on social issues.
Jane discusses how art exhibitions build community and how fashion uplifts people.
Check out our Q&A with Aric and read one of his poems.
Check out writing instructor Theresa Rozul Knowles' tips.
Rebecca is so dedicated to keeping people safe that she has made over 1,000 masks!
See 22 photos in this online showcase.
Justin works behind the scenes at the museum and in full view out in the community.
Check out our free online drawing, writing, and mindful looking classes.
Like many people, the staff at the Denver Art Museum has been dealing with how to stay inspired and creative while quarantined. Here are some of the ways 20 of our team members have kept themselves occupied and energized at home these past few weeks.
Explore Julia Alvarez's novel In the Time of the Butterflies
in front of Marie Watt's artwork Butterfly
(in The Light Show
) at the Denver Art Museum's Drop-In Writing program on October 22.
Lighthouse Writers Workshop is hosting Denver's 2019 NEA Big Read at events throughout town through November 6. This year, the book is by Julia Alvarez. At our Drop-In Writing program this month, Suzi Q. Smith, poet and community engagement coordinator at Lighthouse, will be using writing prompts related to the book.