Built to preserve and educate visitors about the art created by a firstgeneration, 20th-century Abstract Expressionist artist, Clyfford Still Museum is home to one of the most inclusive, single-artist collections in the world. The museum encompasses 825 of Still’s paintings, three sculptures, 2,300 works on paper and various archival materials.

Located in the center of Denver’s Art District, the museum provides planners with a modern venue consisting of endless open space. Designed to create a changing surface when exposed to sunlight, the massive two-story, 28,500-square-foot concrete structure is a piece of art itself.

“The Clyfford Still Museum is a blank canvas for event planners, no pun intended,” says John Eding, director of communications and marketing. “Renting the space includes full access to the galleries, giving guests a private, unique experience.”

Lack of space is an unlikely concern for most planners looking to rent the venue for personal or corporate events. The double-heighted slot corridors create an airy, open flow while connecting the second level’s nine exhibition galleries. Visitors can also admire the interpretive galleries and collection storage on the first level as well as the museum’s education facilities, library and conservation lab.

The Clyfford Still Museum can accommodate 80 guests for seated dinners, 300 for cocktails and food stations and 400 when utilizing the forecourt during the summer months. The venue is available to rent in its entirety any evening of the week and all day on Monday.

A California-based company that activates inactive spaces has entered the metro Denver market with leases to the Denver Sports Castle, Denver Rock Drill and the former Denver Post Printing Plant.

A Win-Win for Property Owners & Event Planners

 

The state’s largest ballroom and a downtown Denver rooftop terrace are highlights 

An exciting project has launched in downtown Denver, one that has experienced its fair share of delays making a “raise the roof” ceremony in September 2021 especially sweet. The event officially kicked off the Colorado Convention Center expansion

 

Temperatures are starting to dip in Seattle, but if you want to get in one last outdoor gathering before winter, consider The Rooftop at WeWork Cap Hill. Located on the penthouse level on 11th Avenue near Seattle’s storied Pine and Pike Streets, the space offers inviting landscapes and spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Capacity: 74.  Bring sweaters and scarves!