The Vicki Myhren Gallery
The Vicki Myhren Gallery is the principal exhibition venue of the School of Art & Art History (SAAH). Dedicated to interdisciplinary visual arts programming and practice, the Gallery is integral to the educational mission of the School. A rotating calendar of exhibitions features local, national and global artists, both emerging and established. The Gallery is named in honor of Vicki Myhren.
This student-run gallery, in room 023 of Shwayder Art Building, shows art created by and/or curated by students. Past exhibits include graffiti art, the art of tattoo, art by elementary school children, and the work of many DU students. please contact the Vicki Myhren gallery at email@example.com to schedule use of Gallery 023.
Museum of Anthropology
The University of Denver Museum of Anthropology (DUMA) is a teaching museum dedicated to educating students about the ethical practices of conservation, interpretation and administration of anthropological collections. DUMA also serves as a public resource and research center for students, faculty and visiting researchers. To learn more, please visit http://www.du.edu/ahss/anthropology/museum/