Museum Guide

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  1. We are hosting the Norman Rockwell 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers Exhibit on display now through September 28th. Admission is FREE! For information call 970.824.6360 or visit us on the web at

  2. Three new exhibitions have recently opened at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, Wyoming. Quilter Marta Amundson’s Seven Cattleguards from Civilization: Art Quilts from the Wyoming Frontier, Passion and Discovery: The Impulse to Collect, and Artist Justin Hayward’s Loooking Back will be on display from September 28, 2012–January 6, 2013. Please visit our website to learn more. Sundays are free.

  3. You are invited to explore
    the world of Textiles
    At the

    Mary Lance, the distinguished and award winning director of films on the WPA arts project, Diego Rivera, and other great artists, traveled to five countries to research and videotape the stories of people who are using indigo according to their cultural traditions and those who are reviving it to improve their communities.

    1:00pm July 22, 2013
    Sharp Auditorium
    Hamilton (new) Building

    Pre-Film Textile Enthusiast Social
    Film screening
    Presentation by Mary Lance
    Gallery admission to:
    Spun: Adventures in Textiles

    Asian Art Association Members: Free
    Denver Art Museum Members: $7
    General Public: $10
    720-913-0130 or

    Presented by
    Asian Art Association ≈ Textile Art Department ≈ Asian Art Department
    Underwritten by the Cooke-Daniels Fund

    DVD’s available in Gift Shop for signing.

  4. Don’t rush home from the conference!
    Come to the Denver Art Museum for some music and dance.

    5th Annual Afternoon of
    Indian Music and Dance
    Sunday April 28, 2013 2:00-4:00pm
    Doors Open at 1pm. Open seating.
    Admission includes refreshments at intermission.

    Master Musician Rajeev Taranath
    Internationally acclaimed, Maestro Rajeev Taranath, one of the world’s leading proponents of the sarod, performs Indian Classical music rich with inspired imagination and emotional intensity.
    Sri Abhiman Kaushal, outstanding tabla (small drums) artist much sought-after for his sensitive accompaniment and intense solo playing.
    Dr. Sarah Morelli, Assistant Professor of Ethnomusicology at the University of Denver’s
    Lamont School of Music, will explain and demonstrate Kathak dance.

    Asian Art Association members: $8, Teachers and Students: $8, DAM Members: $12, General Public: $15

    Sharp Auditorium, Hamilton Bldg., Denver Art Museum

    Reservations Required. 720-913-0130 or
    Information: 720-913-0040 or

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