Discover why The Mile High City is the place to be when it comes to incredible arts and culture.
Ends Aug. 18, 2019
Denver-born artist Jordan Casteel chooses her subjects by walking around her neighborhood in Harlem, New York, and taking photographs, which she then translates into larger-than-life portraits that reveal individuals and atmospheres that often go unnoticed. See Returning the Gaze at Denver Art Museum.
Ends Aug. 24, 2019
"Liminal space" refers to a transitional or transformative space. In this exhibition at Museo de las Americas, you'll witness how local Latino artists are taking their knowledge of the traditions of the past into this liminal space and transforming them into new cultural interpretations and identities.
Ends Aug. 25, 2019
It's been 500 years since the death of Leonardo da Vinci, but the Renaissance man's legacy lives on. View dozens of Leonardo’s inventions at Denver Museum of Nature & Science, including an automobile, helicopter, airplane, submarine and military tank; test a Leonardo-inspired catapult; and explore the world's only 360-degree replica of "The Mona Lisa."
Ends Aug. 25, 2019
This unique Denver Art Museum exhibit presents the concept of playfulness in postwar America as a catalyst for creativity and thoughtful design in everything from home furnishings, to children’s toys, to corporate offices.
Ends Sept. 1, 2019
Clark Richert is one of Colorado's most important artists. This retrospective at MCA DENVER — Museum of Contemporary Art Denver explores his decades-long interest in dimensionality.
Ends Sept. 2, 2019
This powerful and timely exhibit at History Colorado Center explores the concepts of home and borders and features artists from southern Colorado, northern New Mexico and beyond.
Ends Sept. 9, 2019
Stroll through an insect nursery of larger-than-life cocoons and larva sewn by Denver artist Nicole Anona Banowetz. Children and adults alike can also contribute to the life cycle of the nursery by designing their own creature to add to this ever-evolving exhibit at Denver Art Museum.
Ends Sept. 15, 2019
Human | Nature's 18 sculptures depict the expressive capacity of the human form against the backdrop of Denver Botanic Gardens' lush botanical environments. The collection includes both classical and abstract pieces from sculptors across the globe.
Ends Sept. 29, 2019
Step into a surrealist, dreamlike forest made up of art, sculpture and digital technologies created by more than 30 Colorado artists at the Museum of Outdoor Arts.
Ends Nov. 17, 2019
This multi-media installation at Denver Art Museum by Mexican-American artist Erika Harrsch is comprised of imagery, music, text and furnishings that reference the circumstances faced by immigrants and refugees subject to the United States DREAM Act.
Ends Nov. 17, 2019
Artist Jonathan Saiz uses social media to spark conversation about our society's ability to embody a modern utopia: "an imagined community or society that possesses highly desirable or nearly perfect qualities for its citizens." His installation #WhatisUtopia at Denver Art Museum is a column covered with 10,000 minuscule drawings, paintings and sculptures, all created to be given away after the end of the exhibition. Follow along on Instagram via @utopia_is_free or using the hashtags #WhatisUtopia or #JonathanSaizatDAM.
Ends Dec. 30, 2019
Artist Patrick Dougherty weaves flexible, sustainably harvested saplings into complex and whimsical architectural forms with the help of staff and volunteers. The stickwork installations remain on view until they naturally fall apart, some lasting for years! See it at Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms.
Ends Dec. 31, 2019
The Bauhaus school of art and design in Weimar, Germany, was only open for a few years before the Nazis forced it to close. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of this influential art style, the Kirkland Museum is highlighting Bauhaus pieces from its permanent collection, including many not usually on display.
Ends Jan. 5, 2020
Treasures of British Art: The Berger Collection features more than 60 paintings by masters such as Anthony van Dyck, Adriaen van Diest, John Singer Sargent and Thomas Hudson, gifted to the Denver Art Museum by the Berger Collection Educational Trust.
Ends Jan. 5, 2020
One of the foremost photographers to photograph the great American West, William Henry Jackson's images had an immense influence on the public's perception of the American West. A portion of those images were captured here in Colorado as Jackson traveled throughout the west by rail. See it at the Colorado Railroad Museum.
Ends May 3, 2020
The Light Show at Denver Art Museum features more than 200 objects drawn from the museum's nine curatorial departments that explore both physical and symbolic representations of light in art.
Ends Apr. 23, 2021
The Ute are Colorado's longest continuous residents. In History Colorado Center's Written on the Land, you'll journey to the places they call home and hear their stories, told in their own voices through art, photography and video.
Oct. 21, 2019–Feb. 2, 2020
Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature is the most comprehensive exhibition of Monet paintings in the United States in more than two decades, featuring more than 100 paintings spanning Monet's entire career. And it's coming to Denver Art Museum! This exhibit focuses on the renowned impressionist's relationship with nature as he traveled across Europe, including the landscapes of France, the Mediterranean, London, Norway and the Netherlands.
May 3–Aug. 23, 2020
Renowned illustrator Norman Rockwell was one of the many artists of the 1940s who advanced the idea of freedom in his work in an effort to help persuade Americans to support the war effort. This exhibition at Denver Art Museum showcases the artist's depictions of everyday war-era domestic and community life.