R. Craig Miller came to the Denver Art Museum in 1990 to establish the Architecture, Design and Graphics Department, and he hit the ground running by putting together a world-class collection of thousands of artifacts, including significant architectural models, important pieces of furniture and notable works on paper. Then in 2007, Miller shocked everyone by leaving the DAM for the Indianapolis Museum of Art, where was named senior curator of design arts, a gig that’s similar to the one he had at the DAM; he’s also director of design initiatives, which means that he advises or consults on all issues related to design and architecture. Miller’s move was a gain for Indianapolis, but a decided loss for Denver. Happily, he’s back in the Mile High City — at least for one night — to get us caught up on his latest project, the unbelievably ambitious acquisition of a large house and garden in Columbus, Indiana, by the IMA; Miller will discuss this project... More >>>