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Denver Art Museum

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Denver Art Museum is a art museum based in Denver, CO that was founded in 1897. As of 2018 they had $73 million in revenue and $165 million in assets.

The primary mission of the Denver Art Museum is to enrich the lives of present and future generations through the acquisition, presentation, and preservation of works of art, supported by exemplary scholarship and public programs related both to its p...

EIN:
84-6038240
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Founded:
1897
Type:
501(c)(3)
NTEE:
Revenue:
$73,973,603
Assets:
$165,832,052
Employees:
603
Fiscal year end:
September
Revenue trends:
Asset trends:

Program areas at Denver Art Museum

Exhibitions and Collections - See Schedule OExhibitions and Collections: Each year, the Denver Art Museum (DAM) presents exhibitions that provide a variety of experiences with art, regularly attracting more than 600,000 visitors annually. The Museum's approach to exhibitions celebrates the creativity of individual artists who have made an extraordinary impact, and ignites creativity through programs that provide engaging and interactive art experiences. Among the highlights in 2018:Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism featured more than 80 paintings by 37 women artists from across Europe and America, who had migrated to this epicenter of art to further their careers. They range from well-known artists such as Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassat, and Rosa Bonheur, to painters who are lesser-known in the United States, including Anna Ancher and Paula Modersohn-Becker.Organized by the DAM's curator of Asian Art Decor Dr. Tianlong Jiao, Linking Asia: Art, Trade, and Devotion explored how trade ...

Learning and Engagement Programs - See Schedule OLearning and Engagement Programs: The Denver Art Museum (DAM) believes that art can make a difference in people's lives by celebrating and stimulating creativity and inspiring greater understanding and connection with our world. To fulfill this vision, the Museum's Department of Learning and Engagement strives to make art relevant and enjoyable to people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds.The Department of Learning and Engagement has taken a leading role both nationally and internationally in three areas: 1) research about what visitors need to make a museum visit meaningful; 2) creation of rich and innovative learning resources in collection installations and temporary exhibitions; and 3) interactive learning for young people in both school and family groups. The Department hosts over ten site visits a year from national and international museum colleagues, actively presents at national conferences, and has a strong track record of sharing ...

Premises and Buildings - See Schedule OPremises & Buildings: These costs include all expenditures associated with the day-to-day operations of the Museum's facilities. Exhibition and permanent galleries displayed a variety of artwork for the public's enjoyment while the Museum's public spaces enable museum staff and volunteers to conduct frequent learning and engagement programs including tours, public talks, interpretive programs, art-making activities, and more. The premises and buildings provide ample space for mission-driven programming aimed at enriching the lives of this and future generations, and for which the Museum has been internationally recognized.

Form 990s for Denver Art Museum

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-09May 14, 2019990View PDF
2017-09Apr 10, 2018990View PDF
2016-09Aug 10, 2017990View PDF
2015-09Jul 26, 2016990View PDF
2014-09May 15, 2015990View PDF
...and four more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for Denver Art Museum

Field2018
Total grants, contributions, etc.$63,934,973
Program services$5,413,398
Investment income and dividends$576,117
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$198,769
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$163,326
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$1,689,394
Miscellaneous revenues$1,997,626
Total revenues$73,973,603

Vendors for Denver Art Museum

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
Microsoft ServicesSoftware2020-03-16
██████Content management system software2020-03-02
█████████Content management system software2020-03-02
████████ ███████Marketing software2020-03-02
█████████ ██████ ███ █████ ██Tax accounting; Audit accounting2019-12-31
████Investment management; Insurance2019-12-31
████████ ██████ ████ █████████ ███████Recordkeeping and information management (computing, tabulating, data processing, etc.), Participant loan processing, Participant communication; Investment management; Insurance$2,1022019-12-31
████████ ██████████ ███ ███ ██Insurance agent or broker$18,2992019-12-31
...and four more vendors

Personnel at Denver Art Museum

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Curtis WoitteDeputy Director and Chief Financial Officer$161,235Sept. 26, 2020
Andrea KalivasChief Marketing Officer-Sept. 26, 2020
█████ █████████Chief Development Officer$120,980Sept. 30, 2018
██████ ███████████████Chief Learning and Ed Officer / Chief Learning and Educati$121,285Sept. 30, 2018
█████ ████████Chief Curator$135,669Sept. 30, 2018
█████████ ████████Director of the Denver Art Museum$340,188May 9, 2019
█████ ██████████Director of Technology$121,851Sept. 30, 2018
█ ██████ ██████Chairman$0Sept. 26, 2020
██████ █ ████Secretary$0Sept. 26, 2020
█████ █ █████Treasurer$0Sept. 26, 2020
...and three more key personnel

Peer art museums

 NameTypeRevenueLocation
1Toledo Museum of Art501(c)(3)$31 millionToledo, OH
2Buffalo Fine Arts Academy501(c)(3)$19 millionBuffalo, NY
3Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA)501(c)(3)$32 millionBoston, MA
4Storm King Art Center501(c)(3)$23 millionNew Windsor, NY
5Menil Foundation501(c)(3)$24 millionHouston, TX
6Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum501(c)(3)$19 millionBoston, MA
7San Francisco Museum of Modern Art501(c)(3)$88 millionSan Francisco, CA
8Brooklyn Museum501(c)(3)$43 millionBrooklyn, NY
9Asian Art Museum Foundation of San Francisco501(c)(3)$49 millionSan Francisco, CA
10Minneapolis Institute of Art501(c)(3)$45 millionMinneapolis, MN
11Amon Carter Museum of American Art501(c)(3)$26 millionFort Worth, TX
12Georgia O'Keeffe Museum501(c)(3)$36 millionSanta Fe, NM
13Milwaukee Art Museum501(c)(3)$20 millionMilwaukee, WI
14Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation (SRGF)501(c)(3)$77 millionNew York, NY
15Museum of Modern Art501(c)(3)$283 millionNew York, NY
16Museum of Fine Arts501(c)(3)$133 millionBoston, MA
17Seattle Art Museum501(c)(3)$55 millionSeattle, WA
18Winterthur Museum Garden and Library501(c)(3)$42 millionWinterthur, DE
19Crocker Art Museum Association501(c)(3)$22 millionSacramento, CA
20Oakland Museum of California (OMCA)501(c)(3)$18 millionOakland, CA
21Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art501(c)(3)$237 millionBentonville, AR
22The Jewish Museum501(c)(3)$23 millionNew York, NY
23Dallas Museum of Art501(c)(3)$33 millionDallas, TX
24Barnes Foundation501(c)(3)$36 millionPhiladelphia, PA
25Museum of Contemporary Art501(c)(3)$20 millionChicago, IL