The Denver Community Museum is a not-for-profit project, which is free and open to the public.

The DCM is organized and curated by Denver resident Jaime Kopke. 

The contents of the Denver Community Museum are generated entirely by submissions from the local community. Exhibitions will change on a monthly basis. One month before an exhibition begins, an open call for participation is announced in the form of a Community Challenge, describing a particular creative project.

Participants can interpret and solve the Challenge as they please. There is no minimum or maximum age limit, nor is there any particular skill level required. Contributors must be residents of the Denver/Boulder area.

At the end of the month, the results of each Challenge are collected and put on display within the Museum. Depending on the nature of the Challenge, exhibitions may include objects, videos, drawings, stories etc.

Submissions for the current Community Challenge are due:.

When: Friday, October 24th or Saturday, October 25th from 12-5 PM
Where: Denver Community Museum, 1610 Little Raven St., Suite 120, Denver CO 80202
How: Any Denver/Boulder area resident of any age may submit an artifact. Participants will be required to sign a waiver form to enter their work.


The Denver Community Museum is centrally located in Riverfront Park, near downtown Denver.

1610 Little Raven St. Suite 120
Denver, CO 80202

Thursdays, 2 - 7 PM
Fridays and Saturdays, 12 - 5 PM
...and by appointment.


+ Public Transit: Take the bus, light rail or 16th street mall shuttle to Union Station. Walk west over the Millennium Bridge, the DCM is on the north side of the plaza.

+ Bike:
Take the Cherry Creek bike path west to the Platte River. Head north along the South Platte River to the pedestrian bridge. Ride across the bridge to Riverfront Park. The DCM is on the north side of the plaza.

+ Drive:
The DCM is located on Little Raven St. off of 15th St. Please use Google maps for detailed directions.