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 2019. 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.
The Center for Fine Art Photography is excited to announce the second annual Denis Roussel Fellowship (DRF). This fellowship honors the memory of artist Denis Roussel who inspired many to take risks in their work, step outside the boundaries of traditional images, and realize the magic of photography.
This Fellowship is tailored to help support the selected artist reach the next level in their artistic path and explore possibilities to address specific needs. A group of mentors and a variety of resources will be available to help the recipient set clear goals as they proceed. In addition, a fellowship stipend of $1,500 is awarded to achieve these goals.
Mariana Vieira, was awarded the first Denis Roussel Fellowship at the Center for Fine Art Photography. Vieira is a dedicated visual artist with an MFA in Media Arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a BFA in Photography from Georgia Southern University.
Submission Deadline: Sunday, September 22, 2019 Juror: Roula Seikaly, independent writer and curator based in Berkeley, CA, and Senior Editor at Humble Arts Foundation Eligibility: Entry is open to regional, national, and international artists, members and non-members of CPAC.
The Colorado Photographic Arts Center invites photographers to submit work that addresses the question "who are you?". For this expansive open call, we invite you to submit work that reflects your understanding and/or interrogation of identity, how it is constructed or deconstructed, and what bearing identity has in ongoing cultural dialogues.
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Submission Deadline: Monday, October 7, 2019 (midnight, MDT) Juror: Samantha Johnston, Executive Director of CPAC Eligibility: Entry is open to Colorado residents only.
The Denver Architecture Foundation (DAF) and CPAC are pleased to present their 2nd annual Doors Open Denver Photography Competition, Y/OUR Denver. This is your opportunity to find and photograph your favorite areas of Denver, and enter your images into a juried competition. Thirty images will be showcased on DAF and CPAC websites for this online exhibition.
Opening Reception with Meg Griffiths and JP Terlizzi: Friday, August 16 (6-9 pm)
Since the beginning of time, humans have been gathering over meals. From first dates to weddings, to celebrations of life and death, we meet at the table. In Coming Together, three photographers consider how home, meals and rituals connect us and influence our lives. Join us for a free opening reception August 16.
THE FENCE: Opening soon at Cherry Creek Park
THE FENCE is a juried outdoor photography exhibit highlighting outstanding images from around the world. This massive public art piece will be installed along a 500-foot banner on display at Cherry Creek Park in Denver. Among the featured artists are nine local photographers, including Matthew Defeo, Brian Fouhy, Andrew Forestell, Paul Sisson, Javier Alvarez, Beth Johnston, Wendi Schneider, Preston Utley and Portia Hensley.
Please join us for a Walking Tour on Saturday, August 24 at 2 p.m. Learn more.
10% off all Classes & Workshops
Sale ends Wednesday, August 14 at midnight
Choose from 17 exciting courses to jumpstart your photography!
And don't forget, CPAC members receive an additional 10% off their regular discount (that's 20% off!). Not a member? Join here.
Join local artists Carol Golemboski and Michael Trupiano for an informal discussionabout the medium’s relevance within the field of contemporary photography and the unconventional techniques each artist uses to make black-and-white pictures. Free for CPAC members/$10 nonmembers. Register.
Image Credits: Resilience by Christos J. Palios; CPAC; The Fence/United Photo Industries