Kirkland Museum Grand Reopening
Mar 10, 2018
In 2013, ten years after Kirkland Museum opened to the public on Pearl Street, it became clear that in order to best promote international decorative art, Colorado and regional art and Vance Kirkland, a larger building would be necessary. In January 2014, Kirkland Museum announced plans to move the museum to a new building at 12th Avenue and Bannock Streets in Denver's Golden Triangle. Funding for the construction of the new Kirkland Museum building was provided by Merle Chambers Fund. The foundation's financial support for a new home for the museum is an investment in the further development of the vibrant Golden Triangle Creative District and Denver's nationally important art scene.
On March 10, 2018 Kirkland Museum will open its doors to a new building, featuring Vance Kirkland's 1910–1911 studio & art school building, moved to Bannock Street. The new facility in the heart of Denver's Golden Triangle Creative District features the addition of new and expanded visitor amenities and provide a world-class display space to exhibit the collection in the salon style for which Kirkland Museum is known.