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Suit Up for DAM: Uncorked Reserve and AFTERGLO This Spring

Don't miss the fundraising gala dedicated to world-class wines, delectable eats and artful culture



An exploration of Dior’s fashion legacy, metaphorical surrealism at Eyes On: Julie Buffalohead and an upcoming Claude Monet gallery– Denver Art Museum (DAM) houses curiosity and creativity in its exclusive rotating exhibits.

In order for these exhibitions to continue, the museum hosts its annual DAM: Uncorked– a gala filled with fine wines, tasty bites and a silent auction with luxury items.

All proceeds from the event funnel back into preserving the quality of DAM’s exhibitions, inspiring future art enthusiasts and heightening Denver’s arts and culture scene. This year marks the 19th anniversary of the spring event, and DAM is keen to serve up another successful fundraiser (especially after raising over $435,000 last year) on April 21, 2019.

Split into two segments, part one will include the Uncorked Reserve, which kick off with cocktails to socially imbibe, followed by the opulent silent auction in the Hamilton Building. Later, guests can mosey outside to Martin Plaza, where DAM highlights motifs of Northern California through its Napa-centric four-course dinner and wine pairing.

After dinner, attendees can continue the boozy evening at AFTERGLO. Included with admission to Uncorked Reserve, the neon-lit CultureHaus will include specialty drinks, local artists and musicians showcasing their latest projects and plenty of creative energy.

Another bonus? Former Denverite and intuitive contemporary realist, Jordan Casteel, will have her Returning the Gaze exhibit open for touring throughout the festivities.

For Uncorked Reserve tables and individual tickets (includes admission to AFTERGLO), contact Lizzie Terry Dolan at edolan@denverartmuseum.org or call 720-913-0069 to reserve your spot.

Get tickets to AFTERGLO here.

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