Surprisingly, Denver has a good art scene, including several very good museums, from the quirky Kirkland Museum, to the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, the Denver Art Museum, and the new Clifford Still Museum. The Kirkland Museum, houses the works of Vance Kirkland, along with a display of international decorative arts, and a history of regional art. The Denver Art museum consists of several unique buildings, with the latest designed by, in part, by Daniel Libeskind, and is known for it's collection of American Indian art. The Museum of Contemporary Art, a three story glass clad structure, is home to a collection of modern art and photography, as well as a wonderful rooftop deck and cafe. Finally, Denver's newest museum addition is the Clifford Still Museum. In 2004 Patricia Still choose Denver to be the home of a museum containing over 2400 of his works, or approximately 94% of his total output. Located next the the Denver Art Museum, and just a short distance from both the Kirkland Museum, and MCA Denver, an entire weekend could easily be dedicated to art in the City of Denver.