Temporarily closed. Expanding our universe at 12th & Bannock in fall 2017. Learn More
  • Opening in 2017 – Kirkland Museum’s new home

    Learn more about our new home in Denver’s Golden Triangle Neighborhood, set to open fall 2017.

    Rendering of the new Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art at 12th & Bannock—including Vance Kirkland’s original studio (at right). 

  • Vance Kirkland Studio Moved

    On Sunday, November 6, in partnership with Mammoth Moving & Rigging Inc. and Shaw Construction, the Vance Kirkland Studio building was successfully moved via eight sets of remote-controlled articulating wheels to its new home at 12th & Bannock.

    Photo credit: Vantage Shot

  • 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.

    Jazz Bowl & Danse Moderne Jazz Plate, 1931, by Victor Schreckengost.

  • An Unusual Museum Experience

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

    Modern arrangement at Kirkland Museum featuring the Marshmallow Sofa, 1956, by Irving Harper for George Nelson Associates, and paintings by Colorado artists Beverly Rosen and Al Wynne.

  • 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.