Museum Programs & Events

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The Littleton Museum offers many educational, musical, and historical activities throughout the year, as well as fine arts board and museum board meetings, special guest lectures and the wildly popular Friends' Craft Fair in October.

pARTy at the Littleton Museum

Come pARTy at the Littleton Museum!

At pARTy events, you get a chance to engage with the artwork in the exhibit in new and exciting ways, including gallery tours with a curator and creating your own art with expert guidance and professional art supplies.

Experiential learning is accompanied with exhibition-themed drinks and light fare to fuel your fun!

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Join us on September 23 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm as we celebrate the opening of Print Renaissance: Mid-century Masters of American Printmaking. Enjoy gallery tours with guest curator, Dan Jacobs (co-curator of MOA’s recent Rauschenberg exhibit), and see works by Andy Warhol, Louise Nevelson, Frank Stella, Helen Frankenthaler, and more.

The evening will include a lithography demonstration by Gregory Santos, Printmaking Director at Art Gym Denver. Guests will have an opportunity to try their hand at relief printmaking with guidance from the museum’s Curator of Collections, Jenny Hankinson. All supplies will be provided and artworks created will be available to take home.

Beer, wine, and appetizers will be served

21+ only

$30 per person

For more information contact the Littleton Museum at 303-734-8371 or

The "Print Renaissance" exhibit features 18 artworks and is part of the University of Colorado Art Museum's Polly and Mark Addison Outreach Exhibition Program, through which the museum works with Colorado cultural institutions to tour art exhibitions curated from works of art Polly and Mark Addison donated to the museum. The Outreach Exhibition Program is supported by the Office of the Chancellor.

Learn more about the Print Renaissance exhibit.

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