FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Find answers to some of the questions you may have regarding Denver Art Society here. We’ve addressed some of the most common ones below, but if something isn’t clear feel free to contact us. We’ll be happy to assist you in any way possible.

HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER?

Denver Art Society is an artist community co-op that is 100% run by volunteers.

There are 4 Steps to complete before you can join our gallery as an artist:

 

1) New Member Orientation

2) Attend a Coop Meeting

3) Volunteer 6 hours a month, for 2 months (12 hours total)**

4) We also ask that members give a $25/month donation to Denver Art Society if they are able.

 

New Member Orientation

This happens in person at the gallery and takes about 1 hour. Email das.board734@gmail.com to find out when the next orientation is.

 

Coop Meeting

Our Coop Meeting happens monthly on the Wednesday before First Friday at 7pm.

        Members must attend a minimum of 1 meeting every 3 months.

 

Volunteer

After you complete New Member Orientation and attend a Coop Meeting, you will need to volunteer 6 hours a month, for 2 months (12 hours total). (**Note: Our "month" begins the Wednesday BEFORE third Friday).

 

Donation Option

For those that are able, we ask for a $25/month donation to help us fund our gallery. The donation is tax deductible: Donate to Denver Art Society

CAN I RENT AN ARTIST STUDIO AT DAS?

Our studios are located above our gallery. We rent full studios for $270/month and half studios for $135 month. Amenities include: 24 hour access, security cameras, natural light, full kitchen and a central shared community space.

Our studios are currently at 100% occupation as is our waiting list. Please check back at a later time to see if our waitlist has opened up.

CAN I SHOW MY ART IN YOUR GALLERY?

In order to show art at Denver Art Society you must become a member. There is a 2 month volunteer period for new members before qualifying to hang work in the gallery (space pending). You must volunteer 6 hours a month, attend new member orientation and attend at least one co-op meeting every three months.