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Art with Impact

Light airy studio with various artists sitting at desks working. Art hangs on the walls around them, the sign access gallery displays at the entrance, with the gallery shop wall in the background.

Our Mission

Access Gallery is an inclusive nonprofit organization that engages the community by opening doors to creative, educational and economic opportunities for people with disabilities to access, experience and benefit from the arts.

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Visit Access Gallery

Our Denver Gallery is located in the Arts District on Santa Fe and open to the public Thursday-Saturday. Our address is 909 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO 80204. We host events every first and third Friday from

6-8 pm.


  • Thursdays, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

  • First Fridays of each month, 5:00pm - 9:00pm

  • Third Fridays of each month, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

  • Saturdays, 1:00pm - 4:00pm

  • Last Sunday of the month 11:00am - 3:00pm

  • By appointment

Get directions to the gallery here (opens a new window)

Access Denied & Being Grayson

First Friday Art Walk: March 3, 2023 from 6 PM - 9 PM

Meet the Artists: Friday, March 17, 2023 from 6 PM - 8 PM

On View: March 3 through March 25, 2023

Free and open to the public.

Access Gallery is excited to present two new exhibitions on display during Denver’s Month of Photography: Access Denied featuring participants from Access Gallery’s Photography Residency; and Being Grayson featuring new works by photographer Julia Vandenoever. 

Access Denied is an exploration of street photography through the lens of disability activism. This show is a culmination of Access Gallery's photography residency program taught by teaching artists Ron Davis and Andre Rodriguez. Artists were supplied with cameras, mentorship, and instruction to document their experiences on the streets of Denver.

Davis states:

“The human experience is denied if access is not given to every form. We often think of physical barriers and isolation when it comes to people with disabilities but also consider the other areas that are denied to this community: personal expression, emotional space, individuality, talent, experimentation, and meaningful relationships. Access Gallery’s photography residency gave room for exploration, discovery, curiosity, and imagination to tell a story through the disabled lens.​


Participating Artists: Annalyse, Andre Rodriguez, Corey, Daniel James, Erik Hoy, Ron Davis

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