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.
The Dairy Center for the Arts and MoP Opens March 8th
Photography at the Dairy Center for the Arts
In celebration of the Month of Photography, The Dairy will be filled with a diverse array of photography from artists across the country. Exhibits include:
Land Through the Lens
An Exhibit of select works from a photo competition created by The Dairy in collaboration with Boulder County Parks and Open Space. Over 100 photographs taken of Boulder County’s 97,000 acres of open space land will be shown. Awards for the finest in adult and youth categories will be announced at our opening events March 8.
photographs from left to right: Susan Litwinitz, Milos Tomajko, Ani Espriella, David Silver
A Neurotic, Erotic Alphabet
Boulder’s Paula Sussman brings wit, charm and tongue-in-cheek humor to The Dairy with her exhibit of narrative photography. Parental warning: This exhibit carries a PG13 rating and will be featured in McMahon Gallery.
Sand & Snow: Inner Mongolia
Two years ago, ten American photographers were invited to attend the Inaugural Xiang Sha Wan Photography Festival in Inner Mongolia, China, for New Year’s Week, 2011. We hailed from L. A., Washington, Pennsylvania, Alabama, N.Y., Oregon and Colorado.
This region of the Gobi Desert, known as Xiang Sha Wan, is known for its “singing sands”, its Bactrian camels, and the rich cultural influence of the Mongolians. A few cities such as Ordos and Baotou, also afforded us a more rural experience.
Our first few days were spent at the remote Desert Art Palace, matting and framing the portfolios we had brought with us, for the art show and festivities.
Inner Mongolia was unforgettable in many ways. We mingled with hundreds of Chinese photographers eager to take our pictures. The landscape was both beautiful and harsh. The people were friendly and incredibly hospitable. The bitter cold windy weather was tempered by the warmth of our hosts. Delicious food, unforgettable entertainment, and total immersion in this ethnic Mongolian area of China’s outer reaches, all made for rich subject matter and fond memories.
Marueen Ruddy Burkhard
To see more work by “Sand & Snow” photographers, visit the following:
OPENING EVENTS for The Dairy’s celebration of Month of Photography are Friday, March 8 with Artists’ Talks, 4 – 5 pm followed by the Opening Reception, 5 – 7 pm. Exhibits run March 8 – April 19, 2013. For more information, including films about photography that will be shown in our Boedecker Theater, contact Mary Horrocks, Curator of Visual Art and Education, firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-440-7826, ext 103.
Our Annual Call for Entires Each year, we issue a Call for Entries for juried art to be exhibited in our three galleries the following year. The Call for Entries for 2014 will open for applications soon and will remain open until May 2013. Selections will be made and artists notified by the end of June 2013. We use CaFE™ (CallForEntry.org) as our application vehicle. Registration with this site is free. We urge artists interested in submitting an application to register and familiarize themselves with CaFE™ in advance. The Dairy has an eleven member Visual Art Committee (the VAC) that juries all entries. The VAC is comprised of faculty members from the departments of Fine Arts and Environmental Design at the University of Colorado, as well as professional artists and experienced art collectors.
Photography of Boulder County Parks & Open Space Land Opens on Friday, March 8, 2013 from 5-7 p.m. 2590 Walnut St Boulder, CO 80302 303.440-7826 www.thedairy.org