ASLD hosts a variety of exhibitions at our historic Grant Street building and in partnership with various creative spaces throughout the community. Representing the diversity of the thriving Denver arts community, our exhibitions also provide an opportunity to examine current trends and purchase original fine art from faculty, students and celebrated artists from across the U.S.

Current Onsite Exhibition

Exhibition Dates: Oct 20 – Nov 17, 2017
First Friday | Artist Reception: Nov 3 | 5:30 – 8pm
We conclude our 30th anniversary celebrations with an exhibition featuring new and emerging artists that complement and expand ASLD as we continue to look toward the future.

Participating Artists:

Sabin Aell | Trine Bumiller | Kim Dickey | Sandra Fettingis | Ian Fisher | Kendra Fleischman | Lindsy Halleckson | Mark Penner Howell | Sammy Lee | Daisy Patton | Roger Reutimann | Scott Roper | Dustin Young | Mario Zoots


Upcoming Onsite Exhibitions

Dress to Impress: A Wearable Art Exhibit
Open Call *: Members & Faculty
Exhibition Dates: Nov 28 – Dec 22, 2017
Artwork Drop-off Dates: Nov 18th & 20th, 2017
Third Friday | Artist Reception: Dec 15 | 5:30 – 8pm
Artwork Pick-up Dates: Dec 22nd & 26th, 2017
ASLD is hosting a wearable art exhibition! We are asking artists to submit a wearable, fiber, custom jewelry or millinery art piece. Wearable art is defined as one-of-a-kind, hand-crafted objects that can reference sculptures just as much as clothing. For more information, please visit our Calls for Entry page.

Offsite Exhibition

ASLD Faculty Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: September – December 2017
Creative Capitol Industries, State Capitol Building, 200 East Colfax Ave
Open to the public hours: Monday – Friday | 10am – 3pm.
Walk-ins are welcome, reservations are required for parties 10 or more
The Art Students League of Denver is pleased to be featured at the State Capitol Building through the Creative Capitol Industries in an invitational faculty exhibition. From classical figure drawing to abstract painting, monotype prints, encaustic art and assemblage this exhibit showcases the diverse media taught by professional artists who guide individuals of all abilities to reach their highest artistic potential.

Participating Artists:

Please see our Call for Entry page to learn more about participating in our open call exhibitions. Participate in our open call exhibitions when you become a member.