19th century European and American art collection at the Denver Art Museum

March at the Denver Art Museum

This month, the staff at the Denver Art Museum (DAM) are looking forward to opening the new exhibition Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Véronique and Gregory Peck. Onsite or online, families can find new family games and activities to keep kids engaged and creative during Spring Break (March 20–April 4), and photography fans can enjoy three lectures during the Month of Photography.

Untitled on Demand – Watch from home, anytime!

Before the next Untitled: Creative Fusions at Home takes place in April, watch (or rewatch!) previous creative collaborations with Untitled on Demand. Most recently, local artists Adri Norris and Kenya Fashaw created a virtual event aligning the mind and body through the lens of the Black experience in January’s “Bodies of Liberation” Untitled.

Find the most recent videos on the museum’s website or the full playlist on YouTube.

Paris to Hollywood opening March 14, 2021

The Denver Art Museum’s Paris to Hollywood: The Fashion and Influence of Véronique and Gregory Peck (on view March 14–July 18, 2021) presents 100 ensembles—by 15 different couturiers and designers from around the world—from the wardrobe of Parisian writer, philanthropist and fashion influencer Véronique Peck. Haute couture, fashion sketches, photographs, film clips, family snapshots and documents will be exhibited publicly for the first time, providing a unique look into the style of one of Hollywood’s most beloved couples.

This exhibition is included with general admission, free for youth 18 and under every day thanks to the museum’s Free for Kids program.

Related Program: Florence Müller, exhibition curator and the Avenir Foundation Curator of Textile Art and Fashion at DAM, will host a lecture about the exhibition on Tuesday, March 16, 2021, at 6 pm. Tickets now available for purchase.

The 19th Century in European and American Art now on view

The 19th Century in European and American Art is now on view, presenting visitor favorites including works by Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh and Berthe Morisot. About 85 artworks from the Denver Art Museum’s collection highlight a pivotal century in art history, and the rise and development of artistic directions during that time.

Families will enjoy the gallery game Rip’s Adventure as they explore the artwork with the help of a friendly dog named Rip who can be found in one of the paintings on view. (Rip’s Adventure is also one of several onsite and online activities families can enjoy during Spring Break March 20–April 4.)

This exhibition is included with general admission, free for youth 18 and under every day thanks to the museum’s Free for Kids program.