Art Gym is an alternative to private studio space.

Instead of committing to a lease or renting a private studio, artists can join Art Gym’s shared workspace for a monthly membership fee. Our shared workspace keeps costs low and puts artists in a creative environment where others are making art in a variety of disciplines.

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Join Us! Become a member

Access Art Gym’s shared workspace for a membership fee of $50 – $100/month, depending on the membership level that best fits with your needs. Members have access to our painting studio, sculpture studio, performance studio, commonspace area and digital lab or, if qualified, can access our printmaking studio or metalsmith lab. Whatever your medium, there’s a place for you–come see for yourself!

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Book On-Demand Equipment and Workspaces As-Needed

As a member, you receive access to discipline-specific equipment and workspaces. These are offered on-demand so you can reserve the equipment you need, and only pay for what you use. Find out what we have available for your artistic needs!

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Make Art and Enjoy Member Benefits

Receive a 15% discount at our in-house café and savor local food and snacks, plus free coffee for members all day every day! Book a quiet room for meetings with clients, even use our workspace to teach your own classes. Our gallery program includes members-only shows twice a year, exclusive access to community display areas, and monthly shows by seasoned and emerging artists. Come create with us!



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April 25 - May 17

Art Gym Gallery is thrilled to exhibit Polytopiary by Mackenzie Browning. Polytopiary consists of paper installations exploring the idea of idyllic communities. The exhibition will be open from April 25 - May 17. Join us for the opening reception on Thursday, April 25 from 5-8PM. The dichotomy of nature and suburbia that made up Mackenzie Browning’s childhood incites his current day practice. His newest exhibition, Polytopiary, continues to explore the ways in which we humans try to force natural elements…

A. Muse vs. B. Muse

April 25 - May 17

Art Gym Denver is excited to announce A. Muse vs. B. Muse by Robin Whatley in the Common Space Gallery with an opening reception April 25 from 5 - 8PM. A. Muse vs. B. Muse by Robin Whatley explores the artistic process of searching for your muse through collage and painting. The artist’s muse has a rich history in the art canon. As viewers, however, we are normally only privy to the work created after a muse has been established. Robin…


April 25 - May 17

Art Gym Denver is excited to announce Recluse by Brady Smith in the Common Space Gallery with an opening reception April 25 from 5 - 8PM. Recluse is a series of drawings by Brady Smith about notable recluses. What is likely driven from an unhealthy obsession with isolation, Brady Smith’s series Recluse examines recluses from history and the background of their confinement. When discussing the body of work, Smith said, “The drawings, which are made with graphite, gouache and other…

Behind the Scenes @ the DMNS

April 26 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Denver Museum of Nature & Science 2001 Colorado Blvd (Montview & Colorado Blvd) Go Behind the Scene with Dr. James Hagadorn, DMNS curator of gems and minerals, and Steve Nash, DMNS archaeologist and historian of science, who will give us a lecture on the Konovalenko gem carvings. Did you know that the Denver Museum of Nature and Science has the worlds best collection of diamonds, with examples from virtually every diamond source from around the world? Don't miss this chance to…

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