Denver Art Museum
Founded in 1893 as the Denver Artists’ Club, the Denver Art Museum today is one of the largest art museums between Chicago and the West Coast. The museum’s global art collections represent cultures around the world, with more than 70,000 works of art in 12 collections, including African art, architecture and design, art of the ancient Americas, Asian art, European and American art before 1900, Latin American art, Oceanic art, modern and contemporary art, photography, textile art and fashion, Indigenous arts of North America, and western American art. The museum’s global collections also reflect work by artists from Denver and the Rocky Mountain region—and provide invaluable ways for the community to learn about the world. At the Denver Art Museum, we believe art has the power to forge connections, bridge differences, and transform lives. We are always looking for people who share our passion for creativity and community building to join our team.
Do you have a child in your life who loves art or is super curious and creative? Then sign them up for Day at the DAM! This program will immerse them in a day devoted to storytelling and artmaking, with instruction from talented local artists. Sessions are for kids ages 6–11 and tickets are on sale now. With the expansion of the museum’s campus and programming, now is an excellent time to become a member. Members enjoy daily free general admission, which allows you the opportunity to endlessly explore all of our amazing collections, reinstalled galleries, and new creative spaces. Visit our permanent collections again for the first time in nearly four years, but also discover new features like the Creative Hub, Sensory Garden, Thread Studio, and a rooftop terrace offering stunning city and mountain views.