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Adventures of White Heron Castle, Japan

Ages 6-8

with Patty Williams & Jodie Gorochow

July 15–18 or July 22–25, 9:30am–4:30pm


African / Art / Works!

Ages 6-8

with Benita Goltermann

June 10-13, 9:30am-12:30pm


American West in Bronze Member Preview

Anderman Photography Lecture Series: Chuck Forsman

For over 40 years, Chuck Forsman has been a pioneering landscape artist whose paintings and photographs engage environmental and land-use issues from a unique viewpoint. His eye for form, detail, and the occasional quiet joke challenge ordinary perceptions of landscape and community and awaken a new sense of how and where we live.


In this lecture, Forsman will discuss his career as a painter and his use of photography as both source material and as artwork in its own right to give context to his current exhibition at the Denver Art Museum, Seen in Passing: Photographs by Chuck Forsman. Drawing from two series of photographs—Western Rider, a look at land and people in the West from the driver’s seat of a car, and Walking Magpie, a coast-to-coast portrait of the country taken while walking the family dog—the work in Seen in Passing transforms routine excursions into personal meditations on contemporary landscape and American society.


Chuck Forsman was born in Idaho in 1944 and raised in eastern Oregon and northern California. He received his B.A. in art in 1967 and his M.F.A. in painting in 1971, both from the University of California at Davis. Forsman was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1967, served as an illustrator and photo correspondent in Vietnam in 1968-1969, and earned a Bronze Star Medal. He taught painting at the University of Colorado at Boulder from 1971 to 2008. Forsman’s work is held in the permanent collections of the Denver Art Museum, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Phoenix Art Museum, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum, among many others.

Architects Wanted!

Ages 9-11

with Marie Adams

June 10–13, 9:30am–4:30pm


Art Movement

Ages 4-5

with Mara Winetsvaig

July 8–11, 9:30 am–12:30 pm


Art Mysteries Uncovered

Ages 6-8

with Kristina Mahoney

August 12–15, 9:30am–4:30pm


Become an Art Detective!

Ages 4-5

with Claire Waugh

August 5-8, 9:30am-2:30pm




Crazy about Horses

Ages 9-11

with Ansley Young

June 17–20, 9:30am–12:30pm


CultureHaus Banner Event 2014: Art of Light

Location: Battery 621 @ 621 Kalamath St, Denver, CO 80204

Mark your calendars! CultureHaus, the young professionals group for the Denver Art Museum, is excited to announce their 2014 signature fundraising event, Banner: The Art of Light. This year's themed party will bring the art of light to life through music, design, a visual glow in the dark fashion show by and an interactive video game by OhHeckYeah. The evening will also feature specialty cocktails, hors d'oeuvres by Three Tomatoes Catering, live entertainment by DJ Tower and a silent auction.

CultureHaus Memberships

CultureHaus is a social and educational gateway to the Denver Art Museum that connects the "young at heart" with art. CultureHaus celebrates the Denver Art Museum's collections and programs by making them accessible to new art fans and longtime art lovers.


You must be a current Denver Art Museum member in order to join CultureHaus.

DAMC Party at Ironton

Location: Ironton, 3636 Chestnut Place, Denver, CO 80216.

DAM Contemporaries and the Colorado Business Committee on the Arts invite you to attend the opening of Beyond Pop Art: A Tom Wesselmann Retrospective at an Alter Ego party at Ironton Studios. Find your alter ego, a la Wesselmann, as you talk with artists in the RiNo studio complex, learn about the upcoming museum exhibition, and try a two-step to country music inspired Wesselmann’s little-known country recordings.


Each year, the Denver Art Museum relies on the contributions of friends like you to help us acquire world-class works of art and share them with our community. Your tax deductible gift to the DAM Good Friends Annual Fund helps us to:

- Properly care for and present our collection

- Plan and develop an exciting schedule of temporary exhibitions

- Introduce the joys of making and appreciating art to thousands of children through our family and kids programs

- Provide more than one hundred educational offerings for adults every year, including classes, lectures, and symposia

- Enrich, enlighten, and inspire our community in many other ways

Please join our DAM Good Friends community with a gift to our annual fund.

With your gift of $100 or more, receive an invitation to our annual DAM Good Friends appreciation event, where you can meet our staff and see how your gifts were put to use.

With your gift of $250 or more, receive recognition in the museum's Annual Report.

With your gift of $1,000 or more, become a Patron of DAM Good Friends! You will receive public recognition in the lobby and invitations to participate in unique insider art events leading up to the signature exhibition of the year.

In 2012, Patrons of DAM Good Friends will experience Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective including the invitation-only gala opening. As the only North American venue to host this landmark exhibition, the Denver Art Museum will pay tribute to one of the greatest designers of the twentieth century, an artist and visionary who transformed art into fashion and made fashion an art.

All donations to the DAM Good Friends Annual Fund support the museum's mission to acquire, preserve, and present works of art to the community in a variety of ways.

Thank you for supporting the Denver Art Museum!

For more information, call the development office at 720-913-0037 or follow the link below to donate online.

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You will not receive any goods or services in exchange for your gift, which is fully tax deductible. Your donation does not constitute the purchase or renewal of a museum membership. For more information, call 720-913-0037.

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Easy Stop Motion Animation

Ages 9-11

with Julia Brown DeThomas

July 29–August 1, 9:30am–4:30pm



Floral Journey: The Hidden (or not so hidden) Language of Flowers in Native North American Beadwork

FLORAL JOURNEY is the compelling story of how flower motifs— woven and embroidered in moose hair, porcupine quills, silk thread and glass beads—became an exquisite form of artistic expression, a source of much-needed income, and a symbol of cultural resilience among numerous Native American tribes. Created by the women during a time of hardship and enforced cultural change, flowers became a perfect vehicle for allowing Native people to covertly maintain their own beliefs while giving the appearance of the assimilation of European values. Ranging from individual to group expressions, most striking is the originality of designs and adaptations within each region’s unique aesthetic. Lois S. Dubin’s visually illustrated talk features Woodlands, Subarctic, Plains, Prairie and Plateau floral work from the 18th century until today.

From Painting to Performance

Ages 12-15

with Lindsay Genshaft & Jessica Robblee

July 22–25, 9:30am–4:30pm



Logan Lecture: Brad Kahlhamer

Please join the DAM Contemporaries at the third Logan Lecture of the spring. Southwest native Brad Kahlhamer, who now lives and works in New York, will talk about his work, which incorporates his ambiguous Native-American heritage, upbringing in the German-American family that adopted him at infancy, and a postpunk aesthetic informed by his years living and working in New York. One of Kahlhamer’s paintings, Eagle Claws (2001), is on display on the third floor of the Hamilton Building through December.

Lunch Bunch

June 10-13, 12:30-1:30pm

June 17-20, 12:30-1:30pm

June 24-27, 12:30-1:30pm

July 8-11, 12:30-1:30pm

July 15-18, 12:30-1:30pm

July 29- August 1, 12:30-1:30pm

August 5-8, 12:30-1:30pm

August 12-15, 12:30-1:30pm



Meet your Power Animal

Ages 6-8

with Madalena Salazar

August 5–8, 1:30pm–4:30pm

Modern Masters Member Tour

The Denver Art Museum and the Clyfford Still Museum (CSM) present Modern Masters: 20th Century Icons from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. This exhibition at the DAM brings together iconic artworks by Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Georgia O'Keeffe, Salvador Dalí, Frida Kahlo, and Andy Warhol as well as one of Jackson Pollock's finest drip paintings. More than 40 influential artists will be on view.


Curated by Dean Sobel, director of CSM, the exhibition is drawn from the collection of the Albright-Know Art Galley in Buffalo, New York, one of the most respected collections of twentieth-century art in the country. A special ticket gives visitors admission to the exhibition at the DAM as well as 1959, a correlative exhibition at CSM February 14 - June 15, 2014.


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