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Denver Art Museum’s Uncorked 2017

From left: DAM Chairman of the Board Lanny Martin, Sharon Martin, Fred Bartlit

The Denver Art Museum’s Uncorked 2017 was a huge success, raising more than $460,000! The funds raised will support the museum’s groundbreaking exhibitions and creative programming.

Uncorked, the Denver Art Museum’s spring fundraising event celebrating wine and creativity, began with a silent auction cocktail reception in the museum’s Duncan Pavilion. Following the reception, guests enjoyed an incredibly delicious four-course seated dinner designed by Kevin Taylor Catering, featuring exquisite wine and drink pairings with each course.

At the Uncorked Reserve live auction, guests had the opportunity to bid on priceless experiences, unique travel packages (like a trip to Antarctica!), exclusive access to private art collections, and special wines.

Rob Kaufmann, Arelene and Barry Hirschfeld

Marcia Robinson and DAM Director Christoph Heinrich

Guests danced the night away at the Uncorked AFTERGLO party featuring active art-making performances by local creatives, live music, and artistic treats and cocktails.

Consider adding this fabulous event to your calendar next year, and help support the Denver Art Museum!

Colorado Homes & Lifestyles was honored to be the official media sponsor of Uncorked 2017.

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