Top left image: Georgia O’Keeffe, (1887–1986), Yellow Cactus, 1929. Oil on canvas, 30×42 in. Dallas Museum of Art, Texas. Patsy Lucy Griffith Collection
Bequest of Patsy Lucy Griffith. 1998.217. (O’Keeffe 675) © Copyright 2015 Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. Courtesy International Arts®.
Organized by Joseph S. Czestochowski. Produced by International Arts®. Curated by Charles C. Eldredge.
Come to the Center of the Arts
The arts sing. They flow across canvases. They dance across marble floors, leap across our stages and swing across our galleries. No matter what your interests are, you’ll find fun and inspiration at the multi-faceted, multi-layered, multi-storied, mega-historic Fine Arts Center.
Art that draws you into the conversation
Our accredited museum boasts an enormous permanent collection, focused on American art, and hosts blockbuster touring exhibitions.
Our vibrant mix of professional musicals, comedies and dramas has garnered praise from audiences and critics alike.
Classes that spark inspiration
Our school provides art classes by working artists are tailored toward any age, any skill level in just about any medium
FAC Fun & Facts
Noted architect John Gaw Meem melded Pueblo and Art Deco architecture to create this iconic building.
The FAC collections include 4,000 cultural artifacts.
The FAC museum boasts a permanent collection of more than 20,000 pieces of art.
Award-winning filmmaker Tom Shepard teaches documentary classes.
Denver artist Sushi Felix and noted New York art professor Charles Holmes studied art here.