The Denver Art Museum seeks creative educators to develop and instruct Creative Classes for adult audiences for the Summer/Fall 2022 semester. Both experimental and traditional approaches that speak to the breadth of creative practice may be explored - to widen and ignite the creative perspective of DAM visitors and develop connections with exhibitions and collections.
Current Creative Classes include: Flow State – Meditative painting practice, Off Loom Weaving – exploration of nontraditional weaving techniques, Craftivism – Art + Activism, Memory explored through collage and screen printing, Creative Writing, Woodcut Mixed Media printmaking, and Wet Felting.
We are open to all creative pursuits in visual arts, music, spoken word, writing, dance, etc. that can educate an adult audience in learning new techniques and developing a deeper understanding of creative practice. Creative Classes will be held in the new Learning and Engagement Center workshop spaces in the Martin building.