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Lectures and Talks

Behind the Camera: Women in Photography ONSITE

It's a summer of photography! Join us in a three-session course inspired by Modern Women/Modern Vision and Georgia O Keeffe, Photographer. With local art historians and photographers as guides, learn how women have contributed to the development and evolution of photography. Journey to the 1800s to discover women s early involvement in the medium, take a peek into the DAM s own collections, and meet photographers who continue to shape the field today.


Individual onsite sessions:

Tuesday, May 17: Early Women Photographers

Tuesday, June 21: Making Pictures: Women Photographers from the DAM Collection

Tuesday, July 19: Women Photographers Here and Now


Fools and Folly in Flemish Art

When Flemish art turned its gaze toward worldly behavior in the 16th and 17th centuries, printmakers and painters alike were quick to realize how often humanity acts foolishly, especially in love. Flemish artists on view in Saints, Sinners, Lovers, and Fools represent fools individually in the costume of court jesters, but also misbehaving in their pleasurable excesses: gluttony, drinking, and sex.

This talk, led by Larry Silver, James & Nan Wagner Farquhar Professor Emeritus of History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania, will offer sample images from both the exhibition and the DAM's other collections, by both famous and less familiar artists, to display that human folly--for purposes of moral instruction, but, more often, to provoke outright laughter at the peccadillos.

Logan Lecture: Caleb Hahne Quintana

Denver-area native Caleb Hahne Quintana depicts brightly colored male bodies in situations of loneliness, melancholy, and introspection. Challenging dominant ideas of masculinity, Hahne Quintana imbues his paintings with a soft light that envelops his fictional characters in an intimate glow. A featured artist in the exhibition Who tells a tale, adds a tail: Latin America and contemporary art, Hahne Quintana will speak about his art, studio practice in Brooklyn, and a recent acquisition of his work by the Denver Art Museum.

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