Denver Art Museum unveils exclusive Rembrandt exhibit

Now through early next year, the Denver Art Museum is the only museum in the U.S. to host Rembrandt: Painter as Printmaker. 

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Rembrandt van Rijn, Self-Portrait in a Cap, Wide-Eyed and Open-Mouthed, about 1630. Etching and drypoint; 2.09 x 1.81 in. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Department of Prints and Photography.

The exhibit includes nearly 100 prints from throughout Rembrandt’s 40-year career. It looks at his evolution of printmaking and the craft. It also examines how he combined the three principle methods of intaglio: etching, drypoint and engraving. On display includes several self-portraits as well as still life, biblical, allegorical, genre and landscape pieces.

While the exhibition centers on Rembrandt’s printmaking, 17 drawings and several paintings are also on view.

The exhibition is included in general admission and thanks to the Free for Kids program, is free for youth ages 18 and under. Scott Reiman and the Reiman Foundation sponsor the Free for Kids program and support initiatives that offer kids access to art and cultural experiences.

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Denver Muralist collaborates with local youth

Denver muralist Jaime Molina is partnering with a few local young artists to showcase their talents at the Denver Art Museum.

When visitors explore Molina’s “Past the Tangled Present” installation, they will not only see Molina’s whimsical work, but also 30 artworks created by youth ages 12-18 who collaborated with Molina to create their own project inspired by the exhibit while also showcasing their own style.

Over the summer, Molina held a series of workshops for kids from Denver Public Library’s Montbello Branch ideaLab and the William E. Cope and Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Clubs.

“Past the Tangled Present” is on view at the DAM through September 9. This exhibition is included with general admission, which is free for members and youth ages 18 and younger thanks to the Free for Kids program.

Scott Reiman and the Reiman Foundation are a proud sponsor of Free for Kids and support programs that give students across the state access to art and cultural experiences.

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Denver muralist Jaime Molina collaborates with local kids on “Past the Tangled Present” at the Denver Art Museum. 

Reiman Foundation donates to Discovery World

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A rendering of Discovery World’s planned expansion. Courtesy of BizTimes: Milwaukee Business News.

Discovery World broke ground in downtown Milwaukee on an $18 million expansion project.

The science and technology center’s 20,000 square foot expansion project is funded entirely by private donations. The largest donation is from the Reiman Foundation.

 

The expansion includes a new pavilion that will be used year-round for special events along with converting one of the museum’s two theaters into a new entrance and exhibit gallery. There will also be a new Technology Wing with two new permanent exhibits highlighting public health, medical research, health care careers and more.

This additional space will allow more visitors including students and local schools to explore more hands-on exhibits and experiences geared towards the areas of science, technology, engineering and math.

Discovery World is also home to the Reiman Aquarium where visitors explore underwater worlds and creatures from the Great Lakes, the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.

Support for non-profits like Discovery World is at the heart of the Reiman Foundation’s mission. The Foundation and its CEO Scott Reiman, continue to provide significant support to hundreds of non-profit, charitable and civic initiatives throughout Milwaukee, Denver and across the United States.

Reiman Foundation salutes student success

Scott Reiman and the Reiman Foundation  raised their hand in celebration of student-athletes shining brightly both on and off the field.

Reiman Foundation sponsors Salute the Stars

The John Lynch Foundation along with the Reiman Foundation supported student-athletes at the 19th Annual Salute the Stars event.

On Friday, May 12, The John Lynch Foundation held its 19th Annual Salute the Stars awards luncheon at Sports Authority Field. Sponsored by the Reiman Foundation in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado, the event recognizes student-athletes, including those with special needs, from around the state who excel in academics and athletics, as well as make an impact in their communities.

New Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph was this year’s keynote speaker and told students how success begins with service. He said “success should be measured in your happiness, not the world’s views.’’

The event awarded over $118,000 in scholarships this year and hosted more than 1,000 students from Denver public schools and surrounding school districts.

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John Lynch speaks with new Broncos Head Coach Vance Joseph at the 19th Annual Salute the Stars event.

To date, the John Lynch Foundation has awarded $1.1 million in scholarships to over 169 student-athletes.

For Reiman Foundation Chairman and CEO Scott Reiman, Supporting Salute the Stars is a given. Through their partnership with several educational institutions and community organizations, Reiman and the Foundation are dedicated to helping provide children from all backgrounds every opportunity to succeed.

Scott Reiman invests a significant amount of his time in civic and business organizations throughout Denver, including the Denver Art MuseumACE ScholarshipsGraland Country Day SchoolRocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network and the Quarterly Forum. He is also a founding member and active supporter of the Denver Scholarship Foundation.

Scott Reiman and Bellco sponsor Free for Kids at Denver Art Museum

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Photo courtesy of the Denver Art Museum. Denver muralists Jaime Molina and Pedro Barrios work to complete a mural in downtown Denver to celebrate Free for Kids.

Denver Art Museum trustee and Reiman Foundation President Scott Reiman is dedicated to providing all kids access to a world of art, history and culture.

Last May, Reiman, along with the Denver Art Museum, unveiled the Free for Kids program, providing free general admission to the museum for youth visitors under 18 until 2010.

Today, Bellco Credit Union is joining Reiman in his effort.

In a new, two-year collaboration with the museum, Bellco’s presenting sponsorship will support engagement opportunities, enhanced learning, educational resources and materials for youth visitors in addition to funding for outreach to underserved communities.

In addition to free general admission for youth visitors, the program also offers free general admission for school tours and other youth groups. In its first year, Free for Kids has seen an increase in school visits by more than 50 percent.

To celebrate the program and its new partnership, Denver muralists Pedro Barrios and Jaime Molina are creating an outdoor wall mural, funded in part by Bellco, just outside the 1515 Restaurant downtown. The mural is set to be completed soon. 

On November 22, 2016, local families grabbed their paint and paint brushes along with Barrios and Molina and Bellco and museum executives to create their own mural designs. 

Read here to learn more about the Denver Art Museum’s Free for Kids program and its new sponsor. 

Denver Art Museum’s Hamilton Building Turns 10

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The Denver Art Museum Hamilton Building celebrates 10 years.

It’s been 10 years since the Hamilton Building was unveiled at the Denver Art Museum.The Hamilton Building was Daniel Libeskind’s first project completed in North America. The design is said to resemble the peaks of the Rocky Mountains and geometric rock formations discovered in the foothills near Denver.

Since 2006, there have been 128 exhibitions on view in the Hamilton Building including: Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs, Becoming Van Gogh, and Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective.

Scott Reiman has been a longtime and valued member of the Denver Art Museum.  Reiman, along with the Reiman Foundation have made it possible for all kids across Colorado to have access to art through the Free For Kids program.  He is also the namesake for The Reiman Bridge that connects the Hamilton Building and North Building.