An online version of our popular Thursdays at the Museum program, these resources help keep seniors (and people of all ages!) learning, exploring and connecting with their DIA. We’ll share videos of curator talks, links to films, art-making projects, online exhibitions and more.
Art-Making | Bookmarks
Art-Making with the DIA studio artists is one of the most popular Thursdays at the Museum programs for adults age 55 and up on our schedule, and this week we offer this decorative bookmark project you can complete from home with supplies you have on hand. See the resource >
5 Questions | Curator Jill Shaw
Get to know the people behind the scenes at the DIA! During our time at home, DIA staff from across the museum will answer five questions about themselves, their current favorite piece in the collection and some of the work they have done during their time here! First up is Jill Shaw, the DIA’s Rebecca A. Boylan and Thomas W. Sidlik Curator of European Art, 1850-1970. Learn more >
Take a glimpse at pieces from the DIA’s collection right from your computer! This short video features numerous masterpieces that are currently hanging on the walls in the museum and brings them into your home. Watch >
Fakes, Forgeries & Mysteries
In 2011, the DIA organized an exhibition, Fakes, Forgeries & Mysteries, that explored some of the curiosities surrounding works in the museum's collection. Join the curator of that exhibition (and now DIA Director), Salvador Salort-Pons, on a video exploration of one of the artworks from the exhibition, The Head of a King. Watch >