In-person and virtual tours and programs are now available! Our specially-trained team of Museum educators facilitate custom tours and lectures. We would love to work with you on designing a program that meets the needs and interests of your group.
Nonprofit organizations that work with underserved communities may request programs at no cost. An underserved community is one in which individuals lack basic access to arts programs due to factors such as geography, economic conditions, ethnic background, or disability. College classrooms visiting with a professor also qualify for free programs.
“Bringing a group of students on the autism spectrum and other disabilities to the Clyfford Still Museum has been an amazing experience. By working in the galleries and the Access Gallery studio, we have been able to introduce not only concepts and theories about abstraction, which are often new concepts for our students, but also expand their confidence with new mediums and approaches on paper. Being so open to work with diverse and new populations in the museum is brave and is what makes the museum such a jewel for Denver.”— Damon McLeese, Executive Director, Access Gallery/VSA Colorado
Past participants include Denver Public Library Plaza Program, Friendship Circle, The Gathering Place, Hope House of Colorado, RedLine’s Reach Studio, VSA Colorado and others.