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American Museum of Western Art - The Anschutz Collection

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The American Museum of Western Art, located in the historic Navarre Building, is the permanent home of the Anschutz Collection. Over 300 paintings by more than 180 artists are displayed in a salon style, providing guests with a survey of Western art, as well as a better understanding and appreciation of the history and beauty of the American West over time.

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  • Hours: Mon & Wed: 10:00am to 4:30pm, Guided Tours at 10:00am and 1:00pm. See website for Special Programs and to book tickets, walk-ups are welcome as space allows.

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Every Masterpiece starts somewhere! Join our new drawing workshops led by local artist, Mitch Caster, and held in the museum galleries monthly. Spark your imagination and creativity with these workshops that are open to everyone, no matter your...

Drawing in the Galleries <p>Every Masterpiece starts somewhere! Join our new drawing workshops led by local artist, Mitch Caster, and held in the museum galleries monthly. Spark your imagination and creativity with these workshops that are open to everyone, no matter your artistic ability. Come draw with us next to American Masters!<br /><br />This is one workshop offered within a series of three. Check the calendar for more available dates if interested. Feel free to bring your own drawing materials or use ours, but please note that pencil is the sole medium being used at these workshops.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
  • Image 1727 Tremont Pl., Denver, CO 80202
  • Image $10.00

In recognition of Women’s History Month, this Artful Insight will focus on Georgia O’Keeffe. Known for bringing her unique brand of modernism to the West, O’Keeffe was fascinated with the New Mexico landscape as seen with statements like, “…A flower...

Artful Insight&#8211;Georgia O’Keeffe <p>In recognition of Women’s History Month, this Artful Insight will focus on Georgia O’Keeffe. Known for bringing her unique brand of modernism to the West, O’Keeffe was fascinated with the New Mexico landscape as seen with statements like, “…A flower touches everyone’s heart, but a red hill does not touch everyone’s heart the way it touches mine…” Join us to learn more about O’Keeffe’s artistic process and life work.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
  • Image 1727 Tremont Pl., Denver, CO 80202
  • Image $10.00

What does it take to be a Western Woman? We might not see many women within the galleries, but that does not mean women never ventured west or were not making art out west. Come explore the women of the West in honor of Women’s History Month, with a...

Western Women <p>What does it take to be a Western Woman? We might not see many women within the galleries, but that does not mean women never ventured west or were not making art out west. Come explore the women of the West in honor of Women’s History Month, with a staff member that will highlight important western women including the first woman that traveled west, the partner of a prominent western artist, and an important female historical figure, among many more.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
  • Image 1727 Tremont Pl., Denver, CO 80202
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Experience the West through the written word. Whether you’ve visited before or it’s your first time here, the collection will reveal its stories and symbols through informal writing sessions with guides from Lighthouse Writers Workshop. This program...

Writing the West &#8211; Western Women <p>Experience the West through the written word. Whether you’ve visited before or it’s your first time here, the collection will reveal its stories and symbols through informal writing sessions with guides from Lighthouse Writers Workshop.<br /><br />This program is one in a series of writing sessions offered monthly, with different topics and ideas to explore each time. We hope the writers that attend (both experienced and novice) will be inspired by the American West presented in the Collection.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center
  • Image 1727 Tremont Pl., Denver, CO 80202
  • Image $10.00

Grace Carpenter Hudson, one of the only four female artists in the collection, spent the majority of her life among the Pomo Indian tribe in Northern California. Having grown up amongst their culture, Hudson related to her subject and painted...

Artful Insight&#8211;Grace Carpenter Hudson <p>Grace Carpenter Hudson, one of the only four female artists in the collection, spent the majority of her life among the Pomo Indian tribe in Northern California. Having grown up amongst their culture, Hudson related to her subject and painted insightful and sensitive portraits of children and adults. Come to the upcoming Artful Insight to learn more of this amazing artist and woman.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

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