Denver, CO - Denver Art Museum offers various programs to visitors as well as the artists. One of the fascinating programs is the so-called artist programs. Aiming to support the local artists to show their masterpiece at the museum.
Two local artists, Emily Hope Dobkin and Olive Moya, are chosen to participate in Martin Building Mural. 'Invent It, My Hands Draw a Cloud' is their designated Mural that will be displayed in the reopening of Martin main-level building on October 24, 2021.
“The comfort of belonging under the same sky” is the main concept beyond the piece. By comparing to astronauts point of view when looking at the earth from space, the artists try to bring the feeling of unity in humanity's existence on this world with acceptance and solidarity.
'I Invent It, My Hands Draw a Cloud' will compose images taken by the community to show a variety of point-of view and mutual sky.
People of differing ages and backgrounds are welcome to partake in collecting the image for the mural. They only need to submit sky image of their choice. The pictures will be used as the setting of the mural.
The artists also invite the public to share their opinion and advice regarding this project by hosting an online Meet and Much in last June. Participants can join the session while enjoying their lunch at home.
In case you missed the Meet and Much session, you still can join other compelling mural programs that will be on-going after the mural are set up. For further information, please feel free to check out Denver art Museum social media and the artists Instagram account too.
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