Denver Art Museum, Reimagined

Unveiling the new and fully restored museum
4 Denver Art Museum Campus Photo By James Florio Photography

Photography by James Florio

At long last, the Denver Art Museum’s expanded and reimagined campus has made its premiere. Fully restored and revamped, the Lanny and Sharon Martin building’s transformation includes eight levels of updated art galleries, event spaces, the new Bartlit Learning and Engagement Center and more.

The newly constructed Anna and John J. Sie Welcome Center is crowned by a 360-degree elliptical glass event and program space that visually connects the campus and provides not only improved ticketing and guest services, but the space for two eateries. There’s the casual, quick-service Café Gio and The Ponti, a fine-dining restaurant conceived by James Beard award-winner Jennifer Jasinski.

“We are looking forward to being open for creativity, joy and wonder,” says Director Christopher Heinrich, “and welcoming our community into new dynamic spaces to explore art, world cultures and their own creativity.”

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