The Denver Art Museum is unveiling a new exhibit, and it’s quite the attraction.
Called “Stampede: Animals in Art,” the 20,000-square-foot experience delves into the cultural and historical use of animals in art, whether used for representations of politics, innovative ideas, or stories untold. Visitor favorite art is present, like the Hamat’sa Mask and Deborah Butterfield’s horse sculptures.
Also available in the exhibit is an interactive space, which allows visitors to play Never Alone, a video game created by native North Alaskan storytellers highlighting human-to-animal relationships. Stampede opens Dec. 3 and runs through May 2019.
– Elias Born, SLJ 100 Communications