Spring Break at the Denver Art Museum: 10 Family Fun Activities
posted by: Gretchen
During Spring Break, March 16-31, 2019, at the Denver Art Museum (DAM), kids can enjoy a special presentation of a family-friendly play, and make art in the galleries and in the Print Studio, all for free. In-gallery Create-n-Takes will be available every day from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., for visiting families to get creative and discover art at the DAM in new ways.
Visitor favorite and original family-friendly play Art Emergency: Sculpture Edition, will be presented daily March 25–29, at 11 a.m. All teachers who present valid teacher identification on-site will receive free general admission on March 22 and 29. Colorado teachers who sign up for any DAM membership level on-site March 16–31 will receive two additional complimentary months of membership, 14 months of membership for the price of 12 months. Teachers can redeem this offer, valid on-site only, when teacher identification is presented.
All exhibitions on view at the DAM throughout Spring Break are included in general admission; including but not limited to the following exhibitions; Treasures of British Art: The Berger Collection, Jordan Casteel: Returning the Gaze, Stampede: Animals in Art, and The Incubation Effect: Nicole Banowetz.
In-gallery interactive elements and games for families are available in Treasures of British Art and Stampede. Dior: From Paris to the World, which closes March 17, is not included in general admission.
Spring Break activities are included in general admission, which is free for kids 18 and under and DAM members every day. All Spring Break activities are presented in English and Spanish, with the exception of the Art Emergency play.
For more information on Spring Break at the DAM, visit denverartmuseum.org/calendar/
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