Audio-visual tech Allison Hill takes a look at the scale model of the Denver Art Museum.
The new year begins with renewal and new vision for the Denver Art Museum. The North Building’s Jan. 10 ceremonial groundbreaking welcomed the construction of Italian architect Gio Ponti’s only work in the United States. The North Building will be renamed for Lanny and Sharon Martin and the new Welcome Center will bear the names of John and Anna Sie. Photos by Stefan Krusze
President and CEO of Global Down Syndrome Foundation Michelle Sie Whitten, architects Curtis Fentress and Jorge Silvetti, Board Director Lanny Martin, Anna Sie and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, John Sie, Sharon Martin and Museum Director Christoph Heinrich.
John Emhoolah of Kiowa/Arapaho nation gives the blessing in Ponti Hall with Frederick and Jan Mayer, Director Christoph Heinrich, architect Jorge Silvetti, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, Sharon Martin and Board Director Lanny Martin.
Board Chairman Lanny Martin gets a hand from Georgia Fulton and her mother Andrea Fulton, deputy director and chief marketing officer, with Museum Director Christoph Heinrich.
World-renown architect Curtis Fentress, Global Down Syndrome Foundation CEO Michelle Sie Whitten, and world-renown architect Jorge Silvetti
A scale model of the Denver Art Museum made from balsa wood.
Denver Art Museum’s Violet Manzell and Chief Development Officer Arpie Chucovich hold a scale model of the project.
Denver Art Museum Board Chairman Lanny Martin with Sharon Martin and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock.
Major donors for Vision 2021: Board Chairman Lanny Martin, Sharon Martin and Anna and John Sie.
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Plenty of coffee was to be had in special mugs.
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