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The Denver Art Museum offers a selection of wonderful spaces for a variety of special events. Since opening the Hamilton Building in 2006, the Museum doubled in size! From weddings to corporate parties; from small cocktail parties to large conventions; from lectures to luncheons--the DAM is the perfect setting for your event.

Amenities

Restaurant
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Restaurant
  • Phone: 303-534-1455
  • Email: nick@ktrg.net
  • Cuisine: Contemporary American
  • Hours of Operation: Call for Hours of Operation
  • Open Sundays:
  • Breakfast Hours: N/A
  • Serves Lunch:
  • Lunch Hours: 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
  • Serves Dinner:
  • Dinner Hours: Friday Only, 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
  • Reservations Recommended:
  • Denver Original:
  • Serves Alcoholic Beverages:
  • Offers Takeout:
  • Seating Capacity: 140
  • Private Rooms Avaliable:
  • Private Room Capacity: 60
  • Allow Buy Out:
General
  • Blocks to CCC: 5
  • Miles to airport: 30
  • Event Space:
  • Total Capacity (if applicable): 7000
  • Indoor Fire Code: 5000
  • Activities/Tours for Leisure/Business groups:
  • Group Activities Description: Group ticket rates are available for parties of 10+. Special request tours of Museum collections and special exhibitions (minimum of 10 people) or tours in Spanish are available; call at least two weeks in advance: 720-913-0088 or email groupsales@denverartmuseum.org. Adaptive and interpretive services are available with one week’s notice; email access@denverartmuseum.org or call 720-913-0088. Tours are conducted year-round and can be scheduled for any day the Museum is open.
  • Hours: Mon: Closed Tue–Thu: 10am–5pm Fri: 10am–8pm Sat–Sun: 10am–5pm

Meeting Facilities

Facility Info
Meeting Rooms
  • Theatre Capacity 200
  • Catering In-house
  • Type of Venue Auditorium (fixed seating), Gallery/Museum, Special Events Venue
  • Type of Event Reception, Banquet, Meeting Theatre , Meeting Classroom
  • Banquet Capacity 250
  • Number of Rooms 5
Schlessman Hall
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 3300
  • Theater Capacity: 275
  • Classroom Capacity: 200
  • Banquet Capacity: 150
  • Reception Capacity: 200
Duncan Pavilion
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 3500
  • Banquet Capacity: 100
  • Reception Capacity: 150
Ponti Hall
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 5500
  • Theater Capacity: 400
  • Classroom Capacity: 400
  • Banquet Capacity: 375
  • Reception Capacity: 500
Sharp Auditorium
  • Theater Capacity: 275
  • Classroom Capacity: 260
El Pomar Grand Atrium
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 2000
  • Banquet Capacity: 175
  • Reception Capacity: 350
Lecture room
  • Theater Capacity: 68
  • Classroom Capacity: 68
Reiman Bridge
  • Banquet Capacity: 40
  • Reception Capacity: 75
Outdoor sculpture garden
  • Theater Capacity: 275
  • Banquet Capacity: 200
  • Reception Capacity: 300
Full Buy Out
  • Reception Capacity: 5000

Events

  • Image 100 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy., Denver, CO 80204
  • Image Varies

Variations on a Rectangle Last year the University of Texas Press published DJ Stout’s design retrospective, Variations on a Rectangle, and the following year a reality TV star became president. What’s up with that? Stout may not have any insight...

AIGA Speaker Series: DJ Stout <p>Variations on a Rectangle<br /><br />Last year the University of Texas Press published DJ Stout’s design retrospective, Variations on a Rectangle, and the following year a reality TV star became president. What’s up with that? Stout may not have any insight into that bizarre occurrence but he does have over 35 years of experience&#8211;particularly in editorial and book design.<br /><br />Pentagram partner, DJ Stout, takes us through his top five (technically six) cover picks for the year, and why he thinks they work so well. As a publication designer for the past 30 years, Stout knows a thing or two about what makes a successful magazine cover. In the ‘90s he was the celebrated art director of Texas Monthly, where he captured the hearts and souls of Texans, and the admiration of designers and art directors everywhere. He loves the challenge of communicating big ideas in the simplest possible way. Last year, his monograph, Variations on a Rectangle, was published. It covers his 30+ year career, and features more than 250 projects.<br /><br />DJ’s work has been widely published and has won countless design awards. In 2004 I.D. (International Design) magazine profiled DJ as one of its “Fifty American Designers” He is frequently asked to speak at design conferences and events and to judge competitions all over the world.<br /><br /><br /><br />Stout, who was the award-winning art director of Texas Monthly magazine for 13 years and a Pentagram Partner since 2000 will show examples from his new book and relay how he learned to think inside the box.<br /><br />Tickets:<br />Aiga Member :: $15<br />Non-Member :: $30<br />Aiga Student Member :: $10<br />Student Non-Member :: $15<br />Design Council Membership (with code) :: $15<br />at the Door Aiga Member :: $25<br />at the Door Non-Member :: $40<br />at the Door Aiga Student Member :: $10<br />at the Door Student Non-Member :: $20<br /><br />Sales are final with no refunds unless AIGA CO cancels the event. Tickets are transferable, however. Tell a friend to come as you.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

COMMON GROUND
Aug 13, 2017 - Nov 12, 2017

  • Image 100 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy., Denver, CO 80204
  • Image General Admission

Common Ground: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013, is the first comprehensive American exhibition of critically acclaimed photographer Fazal Sheikh’s work. The more than two-decade-long career of the Kenyan-rooted and American-born artist has...

COMMON GROUND <p>Common Ground: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013, is the first comprehensive American exhibition of critically acclaimed photographer Fazal Sheikh’s work. The more than two-decade-long career of the Kenyan-rooted and American-born artist has focused on raising awareness of international human rights issues through his documentary-based photography practice.</p> <p>The exhibition features more than 100 portraits and landscapes chronicling individuals living in displaced and marginalized communities around the world, many times as the result of war, exploitation, and poverty. Common Ground will survey works that span a period from 1989 to 2013, offering deeper insight into major world events, racial strife, and mass global displacement in places such as East Africa, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and the Netherlands. Stories told through Sheikh’s pictures focus on survivors, orphans, and victims of violence and abuse.</p> <p>Sheikh’s series of photographs have earned him countless awards and fellowships, including a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, the Henri Cartier-Bresson International Grand Prize, and the Luce Humanitarian Award, among many others.</p> America/North_Dakota/Center

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