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  • Oct 10, 2020

    • Second night added! Limited capacity—RSVP required. Email Kelsey Nemirov at knemirov@aspenartmuseum.org to reserve a seat.

      Join us on the AAM rooftop on Saturday, October 10 at 7 p.m. for a second limited-attendance evening screening of award-winning documentary filmmaker Dennis Scholl’s film Lifeline—a portrait of American painter Clyfford Still—followed by a Q&A with Scholl.

  • Oct 14, 2020

    • Create and combine different facial features like eyeballs, lips, ears, and noses to make silly faces and then apply them to rocks from outside! This activity is especially fun to make and trade with friends!

  • Oct 15, 2020

    • We are delighted to invite you to the third event in our “How To…” series for a behind-the-scenes look at how auction houses work to create value.

      Knowing when the market will react well to an emerging or unknown artist at auction—and at what price—is the topic of this discussion between David Galperin, Head of Sotheby’s Evening Sales for the New York Contemporary Art Department, and Nina del Rio, who recently assumed leadership of Sotheby’s Advisory Services after fifteen years as Sotheby’s Head of Museum, Private and Corporate Art Sales, where she brought institutional and corporate collections to market.

  • Oct 16, 2020

    • 4 PM Artist Coffee

      Artist Coffee

      Roaring Fork Valley artists are invited to join us for a cup of coffee and our second iteration of a brand-new series of weekly Friday afternoon artist gatherings at the AAM.

  • Oct 17, 2020

    • A film by D.J. Watkins and Ajax Phillips
      AAM Rooftop
      Doors Open 6 PM | Screening 6:30–7:30 PM



      This Saturday, October 17, at 6:30 p.m., as the debut event in the museum’s After Dark program series, the AAM is pleased to partner with Gonzo Gallery founder and film co-director/publisher/writer D.J. Watkins and co-director, artist/activist/writer Ajax Phillips, to present a free rooftop screening of their feature-length documentary FREAK POWER: The Ballot or the Bomb.

      Attendance is limited due to ongoing public safety protocols and social distancing guidelines. RSVPs are required. Please email lmirante@aspenartmuseum.org to be put on the waitlist.

  • Oct 20, 2020

    • 5:30 PM Teen Council

      Teen Council Meeting

      The Teen Council will host monthly free social events designed by teens, for teens. The Council will meet, plan, and be responsible for all aspects of these events—movies, online mixers and discussions, and group activities centering around cultural and civic exchange. They will learn how to design and execute programs using the museum’s space and resources to expand their purview of what the museum and its offerings can be for them and their peers.

  • Oct 21, 2020

    • We interrupt our regularly scheduled “How To…” programming to bring you a specially scheduled edition on Thursday, October 22, at 9 a.m. MT, for insight into the postponement of the Philip Guston retrospective scheduled for 2021 at major US institutions and the Tate in London. Charlotte Burns will be in conversation with ArtNet executive editor Julia Halperin to share their findings on the real reasons behind the postponement and discuss how they are covering the issue as art journalists.

    • This Wednesday, we’ll make blackout poetry using magazine articles or pages from a book. The most important part of this project is having a selfie that you can glue on your page and a list of positive adjectives in mind to describe yourself!

  • Oct 23, 2020

    • 4 PM Artist Coffee

      Artist Coffee

      Roaring Fork Valley artists are invited to join us for a cup of coffee and our second iteration of a brand-new series of weekly Friday afternoon artist gatherings at the AAM.

  • Oct 28, 2020

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