Photography events at CPAC May - June

May 22, 2015  

Entry Deadline: Friday May 29, 5 PM

Time's running out to get your work seen by this year's distinguished juror, Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art. We welcome submissions from new members joining prior to the deadline.

Click on the image below for details and entry forms.

Katherine Ware at the 2015 MOP Reviews. Photo by Kaylee Littleton 

"Marijuana in the Highlands" discussion May 30

Image: Benjamin Rasmussen 
Legitimacy and Uncertainty: A Fireside Chat about Colorado's Pot Industry
Join us Saturday, May 30 at 1 pm for a wide-ranging conversation wide-ranging conversation about Colorado's pot industry, practice, and impact.
Moderated by Marty OtaƱez, Assistant Professor, Anthropology Department, UC Denver; and Jordan Wellington, Attorney and policy analyst.
Speakers: Stephen Lewchuk, Manager of Smokey's 420 House; Bridgette Marlow, former bud tender; Miranda Niles, Lab Manager with Botanico Marijuana Center, Denver; and
Guy Rocourt, Co-owner of LiveNeos. 
$5 members and students; $10 general. Pay in advance or at the door. Info here

Listen out for a news feature on Mixed Bag: Marijuana in the Highlands next Tuesday on Colorado Public Radio (90.1 FM). The show features  works by H. Lee (NY), Benjamin Rasmussen (Denver) and Theo Stroomer (Denver). Read Ray Rinaldi's Denver Post review.

May/June Portfolio Review and Classes

May 28 Portfolio Review
With Rupert Jenkins and Mariana Vieira

Monthly reviews return to CPAC. Get feedback on your work and help with you image selection for the Members Show! Free for members. Meets at CPAC from 6-8:30 pm.

Limited to 6 participants. Free to members/$10 general.
May 30-31 
Meets Friday evening for introductions and basic setup. Saturday class meets to shoot in the Colorado mountain landscape. Sunday is for film processing in the darkroom. Camera, film holder, and film provided, and complimentary access to the darkroom after class.
June 6-7
This weekend workshop incorporates lectures, photo walks, and discussions about subject matter and how to become a more creative photographer. You will leave ready to pursue a creative project. Meets at CPAC Saturday and Sunday 9 am-2 pm.
This one-day class will cover all the technical aspects of photographing water including aperture and shutter speed as well as the use of various filters.

TEEN Summer Workshops
see our web site for a full listing of teen classes and workshops
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