Uncorked returns to the Denver Art Museum June 9
Beloved spring event to support in-community arts programs
Uncorked, the Denver Art Museum’s annual fundraising event celebrating art, wine, and creativity, will take place Friday, June 9 in the Lanny & Sharon Martin Building. This year, funds raised through ticket and table sales and an extraordinary silent auction will benefit the museum’s in-community arts programs. These efforts bring art to neighborhoods across Denver and beyond, engage people of all ages, and build bridges back to the museum in innovative ways.
An outdoor reception begins at 6:30 pm in Kemper Courtyard, with special tastings by featured wineries as the centerpiece, including Goosecross, Gruet and Panther Ridge. Summery cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and music will weave throughout. Attendees are invited to peruse the silent auction, unique for its collectible wines, limited-edition artwork, and one-of-a-kind packages (including private exhibition access and spectacular after-hours dinners at the museum).
Attendees will later transition to the dazzling Sturm Grand Pavilion for a Mediterranean-inspired, multi-course dinner with fabulous wine pairings, courtesy of Molly’s Spirits and several partner vineyards. A creative program will spotlight the exciting Learning & Engagement efforts that Uncorked funds will support. Dancing, dessert bars, and after-dinner drinks will close out the evening.
Uncorked 2023 is co-chaired by Pat Cortez & Manuel Martinez, Lisë Gander & Andy Main, and Becky & Brian Schaub, and led by an enthusiastic event committee. It is generously presented by Sarah Anschutz, UMB and Molly’s Spirits. Colorado Homes & Lifestyles is the event’s longtime Media Sponsor.
Questions and inquiries may be directed to Violet Mantell, Senior Manager of Events, at firstname.lastname@example.org.