Design Council of the Denver Art Museum
WHO WE ARE
Since its founding in 1990, Design Council of the Denver Art Museum has been an enthusiastic partner in enriching the Department of Architecture, Design and Graphics. Design Council is an alliance of 150+ design enthusiasts, professionals, and patrons whose mission is to enhance the awareness and appreciation of design in Denver by making it accessible to a wider audience. Design Council supports a wide range of social activities and educational programs, as well as the acquisition of design objects for the permanent collection. Opportunities to be involved are available to every member.
WHAT WE DO
Design Council provides exclusive opportunities for its members to view, discuss, and share diverse art and design practices at the Denver Art Museum and throughout the region. Design Council members are invited to a broad range of educational programs and social events held throughout the year, including lectures, architectural and curatorial tours, studio visits, and special previews of exhibitions. Members receive notice of design programming through invitations and email. For more information, visit denverartmuseum.org/designcouncil.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
Design Council membership is open to the public. Become a member today and enjoy unparalleled access throughout the year to art and design with a vibrant group of like-minded individuals. Patron level members make a big difference in bringing exciting projects and resources to our community while also enjoying exclusives access and events.
A Denver Art Museum annual membership is required to become a member of Design Council-its easy to sign up for both!