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 Events MARCH
MARCH 17 - 23, 2013
2013 Members' Show
Photo: Vivian Keulards - 2012 Best of Show
Submission Deadline: March 22, 5 pm
Exhibition opens Friday, May 3
CPAC's goals are to nurture talent and to benefit our existing photographic culture by expanding concepts and generating interest in the medium. Every year, CPAC showcases works by its member photographers. This year guest juror, Andrea Wallace, Director of Digital Media and Photography, Anderson Ranch, will be selecting work for our members show. Andrea Wallace received her MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Before coming to the Ranch, she worked as Assistant Professor at Lake Forest College and Willamette University. She has exhibited nationally and internationally with numerous shows throughout the Americas, Europe, China and the Middle East.
Our 2013 Members' Show is an open-themed show, any and all subject matter is eligible. Three artists will be chosen for Featured Shows to be exhibited at CPAC's new location in downtown Denver during the summer, 2013. CPAC will be relocating late June, 2013.
(To be considered for a Featured Show, artists must submit a minimum of 8 images.)
A Purchase Award of up to $300 will be given for Juror's Best of Show. Three Honorable Mention awards will also be made. The purchased image will be included in CPAC's permanent Fine Print Collection.
CPAC is excited to offer this exculsive workshop. You will spend the afternoon of Saturday April 27th with Kashi and the workshop participants sharing work and discussing topics related to photojournalism, Then spend Sunday April 28th going out with Kashi and the group to document downtown Denver. Participants will have the chance to submit their favorite images, from which Ed will produce a blog post with and upload at least one of your images to the VII Instagram feed. Don't miss this exciting opportunity, spaces are filling up quickly, so register now!!
50th Anniversary Fundraiser at Table 6
We are currently SOLD OUT! Anyone interested in being placed on a wait list, please email Sherea Spalding firstname.lastname@example.org. We will try our best to accommodate these requests, however we are limited in space and seating. A big thank you for making this special night a sold out event!
Introduction to Digital Photography
Whether you haven't taken the camera out of the box yet, or you have been taking pictures for a while, this class will get you up to speed on the basics. Instructor, Dave Barry, will discuss digital photography and how you can improve your skills. Students will come away with a better understanding of how their camera works. Spaces are filling quickly!! Register Here
Artist Spotlight: Edie Winograde
Edie Winograde's ongoing photographic series entitled Place and Time: Reenactment Pageant. represent both present-day reenactments and the historical events such as Custer's Last Stand or the expeditionary route of Lewis and Clark. The reenactment participants act out these events incorporating exacting standards of authenticity. Place and Time blurs the boundaries between then and now. The reenactments Winograde is most interested in take place on the original site, "underscoring my belief that history itself is part of our experience of landscape." She emphasizes the grand presence of landscape through large scale and panoramic formats in many of her brilliant color photographs. These expansive landscapes anchor scenes in which the blurred action of pioneers, Native Americans, soldiers, and horses seems as ephemeral as memory itself. Winograde's work can be seen in The Reality of Fiction, at Redline Art Center, curated by Mark Sink for Denver's Month of Photography.
Michael Snively will lead this beginning or basic refresher photography course and will teach you all the basics of using film and a wet darkroom. Michael's primary medium is B&W film, making him a great instructor to introduce you to the world of black and white photography. For more on this workshop click here.
photo by: Jessie Paige
Worldwide Pinhole Day is coming...
Worldwide Pinhole day is an international event created to promote and celebrate the art of pinhole photography. On this unique day, we take some time off from the increasingly technological world we live in and to participate in the simple act of making a pinhole photograph. Jessie Paige will lead a pinhole workshop April 6th, on camera building, photo taking and picture development in preparation for Worldwide Pinhole Day April 28th. For more on the workshop click here. For more on Worldwide Pinhole Day, 2013 click here.
photo by: Denis Roussel
Tintypes with Denis Roussel
This workshop will focus on a hands-on approach to making tintypes. Students will have ample opportunities to create their own photographs with cameras of different sizes, from medium format to 8x10 in as well as explore portrait and still life photography and (weather permitting) will experiment with different lighting conditions (artificial and natural light). For more on this class click here.
photo by: Christopher James
Denver in the Dark
Learn the technical know-how for the urban landscape and how to shoot incredible night photography. This workshop is open to both film and digital photographers. Christopher James will teach you all the tricks of the trade in dealing with the wonders of natural and artificial light after dark. For more on this class clickhere.