The Clyfford Still Museum Joins Denver Public Library’s Museum and Cultural Pass Program!

We are excited to announce that the Clyfford Still Museum has partnered with the Denver Public Library to offer DPL card holders no cost entry to this award-winning museum. 

Explore your imagination at the Clyfford Still Museum, located in the heart of Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District. Young children are experts in abstract art, which is what Clyfford Still is best known for creating. The Museum offers a variety of family-friendly events including art making activities in the hands-on creation studio, tours, concerts, and more! 

Considered one of the most important painters of the 20th century, Clyfford Still (1904–1980) was among the first generation of Abstract Expressionist artists. The Clyfford Still Museum collection represents more than 93 percent of the artist’s lifetime output, including approximately 3,125 works created between 1920 and 1980 as well as his complete archives.

For the best experience, watch the Clyfford Still Museum orientation video prior to your arrival. Be an Art Protector! If you are visiting with children, watch the bilingual Art Protector animated video and learn how to keep the art safe for everyone to enjoy. Enjoy more ways to connect to the collection and the Museum with the Clyfford Still Museum mobile guide, available on the free arts and culture app Bloomberg Connects.

Book a Library Museum Pass today!

SCFD Free Days
In appreciation of the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD), and in the spirit of community engagement, the Clyfford Still Museum offers free admission once a month on select days throughout the year. Walk-ins are welcome. Reservations are not required.

Remaining 2023 SCFD Free Days:

  • Sunday, April 30 – Día del Niño Celebration Program
  • Wednesday, May 31
  • Sunday, June 25 – PrideFest Weekend
  • Sunday, July 23 – ADA Celebration Program
  • Friday, August 18
  • Wednesday, September 6
  • Thursday, October 5
  • Saturday, November 4 – Night at the Museums
  • Sunday, December 3
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