Denver Art Museum
Twenty-four hours is enough time to see lots of great sites in Denver. From the historic to the contemporary, there is a lot to enjoy in this beautiful city. Here are five places to add to your itinerary when you have a short layover in Denver.
Whether you’re already a talented sketch artist who just wants to learn some new techniques or a novice who wants to improve your skills, there is a sketching class in the area that will work for you.
The jewels continue to dazzle at the Denver Art Museum with Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century but now they’re keeping the conversation going.
A visitor favorite exhibit is returning to the Denver Art Museum after a long hiatus.
A selection of 27 watercolors by Denver artist William Matthews, “Trespassing” exemplifies the ranching and cowboy life in the American West.
“Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century” debuted Sunday at the Denver Art Museum and it showcases one of the most iconic names in jewelry.
In one corner of the gallery, Grace Kelly polishes her engagement ring on screen in the 1956 musical “High Society.” In a case just steps away sits a dazzling 10.5-carat Cartier emerald-cut diamond given to her by her real-life fiance, which she wore in that final film role just before becoming Princess Grace of Monaco.
A one-of-a-kind diamond-studded event is coming exclusively to the Denver Art Museum that features priceless jewelry.
Get ready for Night at the Museums where anyone can visit nearly two dozens museums for free and one stop is featuring an exhibit on modern masters. It’s all part of Denver Arts Week.
The Denver Art Museum is taking an unfamiliar approach to the work of a familiar artist.