• An Unusual Museum Experience

    Find out why The Denver Post asked, “Is this Denver’s most interesting museum?”

    Kirkland Museum Italian Modern Vignette featuring the Bocca (Lips) Sofa (1970–1972) designed by Studio65; Coffee Table (1950s), Lounge Table (c. 1964) and Superleggera Chair (1957) designed by Gio Ponti; Nesting Tables (1951) designed by Ico & Luisa Parisi and Referential Abstraction paintings by Colorado artists William Sanderson, James Mills, Tracy Felix, Trine Bumiller and Sushe Felix. Photo by Wes Magyar.

  • Exhibition Opening

    Join us August 23 for our next exhibition opening! Purchase your tickets for the reception by August 17.

    Elizabeth Yanish Shwayder demonstrates welding during Family Day at the Denver Art Museum on October 6, 1963. Courtesy of Denver Public Library, Western History Photographic Collection, Rocky Mountain News Photo Archives, photographer Mel Schieltz.

  • Denver's Newest Landmark!

    Kirkland Museum in Denver's Golden Triangle Creative District is open to the public!

    Note: Children must be 13 or older to visit.

  • See the History of Eating, Drinking and Sitting

    “Think of it as the best design cocktail party you have ever attended, with all the stars there and talking to each other through their work." 

    — Michael McCoy, international product designer, educator and author

    Ruba Rombic Glass, 1928, by Reuben Haley