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Friends of Painting and Sculpture

The Friends of Painting and Sculpture is a non-profit organization for the purposes of supporting and engaging in educational programs relevant to American and European Art ... contribution to the cultural enrichment of its members ... the public in general.  It intends to promote the programs of the Painting and Sculpture Collections of the Denver Art Museum and to render financial support for acquisitions and assistance with exhibitions and programs for the Collection.

 

You must have an active DAM membership to join FOPAS.

$1000 - FOPAS Benefactor Level

This level entitles two people to all of the Patron level events and programs, plus one exclusive event. It also includes a gift of your choice from the Department's catalogues, signed by the author. At this level, you'll receive priority invitation to the popular art trips.

 

$140 - FOPAS Dual Membership

This level of support entitles two people to attend all FOPAS programs throughout the year.

$250 - FOPAS Sponsor Membership

This entitles two people to attend all FOPAS programs, plus one exclusive event designed for this level only. At this level, you'll receive priority invitation to the popular art trips.

$40 - FOPAS Young Friends of Painting & Sculpture (under 40 years old)

Young Friends of Painting & Sculpture. Must be 40 years of age or younger. Entitles member to attend all FOPAS programs.

$500 - FOPAS Patron Membership

This level entitles two people to all of the Sponsor level events and programs, plus one exclusive event. It also includes a gift of your choice from the Department's catalogues, signed by the author. At this level, you'll receive priority invitation to the popular art trips.

$80 - FOPAS Individual Membership

Individual membership for people over 40 years of age. This level of support entitles one person to attend all FOPAS programs throughout the year.

What Lies Beneath: Uncovering the Secrets of Early British Portraits

The department of Painting and Sculpture hosts a symposium on early British pictures in European and American collections. Leading scholars from America and England will present the results of their recent groundbreaking research, including on the Berger Collection's renowned group of early portraits.

 

Image credit: Attributed to Meynnart Wewyck (Netherlandish, active in England about 1502 25), Henry VIII (detail), about 1509. Promised gift of the Berger Collection Educational Trust.

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