The Denver Art Museum will host the 11th Annual Teaching for Artistic Behavior Conference on January 15-16, 2022.
Jane discusses how art exhibitions build community and how fashion uplifts people.
Denver Public Schools students and teachers created Surrealist self-portraits and poems inspired by Frida Kahlo.
Congratulations to these creative students in grades 7–12 and to their teachers and families!
Check out our Q&A with Aric and read one of his poems.
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.
School & Teachers
Kids & Families
The Denver Art Museum needs your help!
The closure of schools this spring has created an unprecedented challenge for teachers to overcome. Teachers were faced with daunting questions: How do we teach from afar? How do we connect with our students when we cannot connect? How do we ensure students know we care?
We have seen teachers not only rise to the challenge, but truly innovate during this time of need.
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.
Is your school actively engaged in promoting the arts? Do you work for a community center focused on exposing youth and families to new creative experiences and opportunities? Apply here to collaborate with the Denver Art Museum to bring the Art Lives Here/El arte vive aquí program to your site.
Art Lives Here/El arte vive aquí is a FREE program created with the Denver Art Museum and your school or organization’s community. A collection of unique museum objects would live at your site for about a month.