Get your art experience at home! Museums, galleries, Denver Public Library and Civic Center Conservancy are offering online access to their collections, virtual tours and educational resources. Here are some digital links for teachers, parents, and anyone wanting to explore these Golden Triangle resources online.
Civic Center Conservancy: The Conservancy has a couple online resources available, including Visit Civic Center Park virtual art tours and a Civic Center Audio Tour produced by the Denver Architecture Foundation.
Clyfford Still Museum: View the museum’s Online Collection, Works on Paper, and Virtual Tour
Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC): Browse CPAC’s entire Permanent Collection of 800+ prints online for the first time. See an online edition of the 2018 exhibition, On the Street with Bill Cunningham, presented in partnership with the New York Times. Also, watch the CPAC website for upcoming online and in-person classes.
Denver Art Museum: View the museum’s Denver Art Museum From Home and Creativity Resource web pages for a variety of resources, including videos, art projects, education resources, and online lesson plans for parents and kids to work with together,
Denver Arts & Venues: Denver Arts & Venues has created some robust webpages so people can experience current and past exhibitions at the McNichols Building online.
Denver Public Library: There are many available online resources, including Book Clubs, Storytimes, Programs, Virtual Resources, Books, Entertainment, and Library Services Right In Your Home.
History Colorado Center: Get information about History Colorado podcasts, and visit the History Colorado website for a variety of digital experiences for adults, kids and families.
Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art: View the museum’s many virtual exhibitions and navigate their 360 Degree Virtual Tour.
Mirus Gallery Denver: View the gallery’s Online Collection – includes art available for purchase.
Sandra Phillips Gallery: View many Artist Works here and go to the Viewing Room to see what’s currently on display.
Visit Denver: Browse the Visit Denver website for safe ways to have some unique outdoor and cultural experiences while practicing social distancing, updated weekly.
Walker Fine Art Gallery: Take a virtual tour of the gallery’s current exhibition, and check out a large collection of videos on the gallery’s YouTube page.
William Havu Gallery: View artist works from the gallery’s current exhibition on the gallery website and also on their Instagram and Facebook pages.
If you are able, consider a financial contribution to the arts provider so they can continue creating now and in the future.