Recognized internationally for its unique manner of interacting with visitors. One of Denver's must-see landmarks. Amazing art. Cool events. We've got it all.
The museum enriches the lives of Colorado and Rocky Mountain residents through the acquisition, preservation, and presentation of art works in both the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions.
Winner of Westword's Best of Denver 2010 - Best Museum Shop!
The DAM's Frederic C. Hamilton Building was designed by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind.
Voted Best Museum Shop in Westword's Best of Denver 2011!
The jagged edges of the Daniel Libeskind-designed Hamilton Building house Old West art, contemporary masterworks, massive installations and traveling exhibitions.
DAM has nine curatorial departments: architecture, design & graphics; Asian art; modern and contemporary; native arts ; New World; painting and sculpture; photography; Western art; and textile art.
First Saturday of each month, admission is free to all CO residents.
lay on a beanbag in the 2nd floor Embrace digital installation. . .
King tut opens tomorrow
Check out the new modern art museum.
Yves Saint Laurent exhibit is amazing.
Head into the Lower Level of the Hamilton Building and check out Herbert Bayer's pieces. A transplant from the Bauhaus and an amazing graphics/painter, all collected at the DAM.
Daniel Libeskind's first building in the USA is the Denver Art Museum!
While the rotating exhibits are definitely the draw here, there are also fantastic displays of Native American/Western art. Be sure to cross the bridge into the adjacent building to see it all.
The Denver Art Museum is practically overflowing with great exhibits. Asian, Western American, Modern, and the excellent American Indian gallery. Don't forget "Fox Games". It's a fantastic must see.
Check out our iPhone app, DAM_SCOUT. I helped make it! It's pretty cool if I do say so meself. :)
Mothers day is around the corner take mom to floor 6 to see Mary Cassett's PATTY- CAKE (mother and child)
The concourse that connects to the library on LL level has some wonderful Native Amaerican photography of present works.
As of 3.26.11 there is a Mary Cassatte and a Renior on floor 6. Come check it out!!!
Just a walk away from the DAM
@makeupbyjanine and @justingelsinger will say "I Do" here Summer 2011
Closed on Mondays, frustrating to know I'm within 100 feet of the finest display of Rothko in recent years.
Free coat room and lockers!
so in a few months the next exhibition for DAM after Being Van Gogh will be O'keeffe. as in Georgia
They have Bouguereaus, Oldenbergs, a Monet, the Chapman Brothers, Barbara Kruger and even a sculpture by Yoshitomo Nara! Plus a solid floor dedicated to Asian art.
Don't drunken loud bike ride through this area, residents will kick up a fit
Play in the bubble exhibit. Great family time!
The Clyfford Still paintings are not to be confused with restrooms.
Check out the backpack cart on the second floor of Hamilton - it's free and the people there can help you find cool things to do. They're there on weekends and school holidays
Spanish Colonial Art - The Best
Closed on Mondays. (T_T)
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From ancient pottery to contemporary photography, Denver Art Museum is the coolest cultural hotspot in town. It’s covered in 9,000 titanium panels and is the spikiest building in the world.
Wish I had an iPhone to download the DAM's new app DAM_SCOUT. Look for a QR code to scan and uncover hidden content.
Look for all of Clare Twomey's "Red Dust" pieces throughout the museum. They are hidden in unexpected places for the Marvelous Mud exhibit.
The DAM launched an iphone app called DAM_Scout. Download the app on-site and gain access to hidden content, videos, and more.
Linda Sormin's work is the piece in Hamilton building Lobby. How many ceramic techniques can you identify?
The black couches and lounge chairs throughout the main building are super comfy, despite looking like they might tip over.
There is art in the lower level of the Hamilton building!!!! Herbert Bayer
Nam June Paik's artwork called "Electronic Fish" is the oldest piece of the BLINK Exhibition. Come see it before May 1st.
BLINK 3.13.11 don't miss it!
Don't forget to bring your kids to floor 4 spanish art North building. There are two eye spy games on this floor and a large puzzle in pre-Colombian art area
The 3rd floor opens Sunday! 1.30.11 come see it! It's all new!!!