Rupert Jenkins is an arts administrator, photography curator, and freelance editor living in Denver, CO. In November 2011, after serving two years as Board Chair, he assumed the position of CPAC’s Executive Director. Before moving to Colorado in 2005, Rupert directed the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery (1995-2005), was Associate Director of San Francisco Camerawork (1989-1995), and director of San Francisco’s Eye Photography Gallery (1985-1988).
He has organized numerous photography exhibitions and events for CPAC, including Developing World (summer 2014) and shows by Sharon Harper (Boston) and Vivian Keulards (Holland) in January 2013; Michael Furman (Denver), Tsutomu Yamagata (Japan), and Hector Mediavilla (Spain) in September 2013; and Situating Robert Adams, a group show in October 2011. He also curated Hal Gould: A Retrospective for RedLine, Denver (2008).
Rupert was editor, writer, and exhibition consultant for Nagasaki Journey: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata (1995) a seminal book and traveling exhibition that commemorated the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Nagasaki. Other publication work includes numerous exhibitions for the University of Denver, including Warhol in Colorado (editor/curator, 2011), and On the Road in the Soviet Empire: Semyon Fridlyand Photographs (editor, 2008), Camerawork Journal (occasional editor), Points of Entry (series editor, Friends of Photography, 1995), and early editions of Black & White magazine, for whom he contributed a cover interview with Ruth Bernhardt.
Since 2011 he has reviewed portfolios for Photo Alliance in San Francisco, Society for Photographic Education, CENTER Santa Fe, and Houston Fotofest. Several interviews with him can be found on the Untitled Art Show podcast website. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca Holt is a Colorado native who just graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelors’ Degree in Psychology and Studio Arts with an emphasis in Photography. She first started with CPAC as an intern in October of 2013 in which she continued until the end of April 2014 when she then took the position of Administrative Assistant at CPAC. email: email@example.com
EDUCATION COORDINATOR (Contract Position)
Mariana Vieira joined CPAC in August 2014. She is a mixed-media artist living in Boulder, CO. She earned her MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder and worked as Studio Coordinator of Photography and New Media at Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions nationally and internationally. Mariana teaches workshops in photography and mixed media, and is an instructor at the University of Colorado at Denver. Originally from Brazil, Mariana spent part of her life living in Central America before moving to the United States. She loves shooting medium format film cameras. email: firstname.lastname@example.org