MoP - Month of Photography Denver is a biennial celebration of fine art photography with hundreds of collaborative public events throughout Denver and the region March and April 2017. We are joining multiple museums galleries and schools surrounding fine art photography creating an exciting artistic and educational event for the city of Denver and the region.
CPAC's 2018 Print Auction is now open for bidding online. Choose from 28 outstanding photographs contributed by established artists, galleries, and collectors from across the United States. This is a fantastic opportunity to build your art collection and support CPAC's mission at the same time.
Learn about the photographs and artists included in CPAC's 2018 Print Auctionduring a fascinating tour led by Samantha Johnston, Executive Director of CPAC, and Hamidah Glasgow, Executive Director and Curator of The Center for Fine Art Photography and winner of CPAC's 2018 Hal Gould Vision in Photography Award.
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Please join us April 12 for an elegant dinner, cocktails, and print auctionfeaturing works by leading photographers from across the United States. All proceeds support CPAC’s exhibitions, educational initiatives, and community outreach programs. Hurry, tickets are selling fast!
Join us Friday for the opening reception of Role Reversal, a new exhibition at CPAC that challenges long-held perceptions of beauty, identity, and gender roles in visual culture. Meet exhibiting artists Christa BlackwoodandJessica Yatrofsky, who will speak about their work. This event is free and open to the public.
When: Friday, March 9, 2018, 6 - 9 pm Where: CPAC, 1070 Bannock St., Denver 80204 Artists: Christa Blackwood, Lissa Rivera, and Jessica Yatrofsky On View: March 2 - April 7, 2018
On March 14, join us for part two of a three-part series addressing gallery practices. Guest speakers Hannah James of Black Cube and Robin Whatley of Art Students League of Denver will discuss the the business side of juried shows, editions, inventories, websites, and more. 6:30 - 8 pm at CPAC. Free for CPAC members, $10 nonmembers. Please register in advance.
An artist statement informs audiences about the context, process and inspiration behind a body of work, and it is a critical component in promoting and exhibiting your project. This one-day workshop examines essential documents in an artist’s career, including artist statements, a short bio, and proposals for exhibitions and grants.
Join us for CPAC's 2018 Hal Gould Award Dinner & Auction
Tickets are now on sale for our most anticipated event of the year! Enjoy an elegant evening and print auction that provides essential support for CPAC's exhibitions, educational initiatives, and community programs throughout the year. Congratulations to Hamidah Glasgow, winner of CPAC's 2018 Hal Gould Vision in Photography Award!
Gender disparity has long influenced how we look at art and art history. Traditionally, men are the artists and viewers, while women are confined to the role of the muse: subjects to be painted, sculpted, and photographed by and from the male perspective.
In contrast, Role Reversal presents the work of three women photographers whose images challenge long-held perceptions of beauty and gender roles in visual culture.
Join CPAC for an Opening Reception next Friday, March 9, featuring remarks by exhibiting artists Christa Blackwood and Jessica Yatrofsky.