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CPAC@Ironton

Colorado Photographic Arts Center at Ironton

CPAC is happy to announce our new home at Ironton Studios in the RiNo Arts District: 3636 Chestnut Place, Denver, 80216 

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CPAC’s New Executive Director

  CPAC is pleased to announce Samantha Johnston as the organization’s new Executive Director. Samantha succeeds outgoing director Rupert Jenkins. She is a photographer, arts administrator, and educator who moved to Denver from the East Coast in 2010. She received her MFA from Lesley University College of Art & Design, and her BFA from Alfred […]

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2015 Juried Members Show

“It’s always exciting to take the creative pulse of a city. The photography scene in Denver keeps surprising me with its talent and range and those qualities are unmistakable in this exhibition” – Katherine Ware, exhibition juror. Closing Reception and Artist Talks: Saturday, August 22, 3 – 5 pm. Location: CPAC Gallery, 1513 Boulder St, […]

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Hal Gould Memorial

  Hal Gould, one of CPAC’s co-founders and a regional photography giant, passed away June 25, at the age of 95. A memorial service attended by more than 100 of his friends and colleagues took place Tuesday, July 7 at the Holiday Event Center in Denver. As an artist, commercial photographer, and longtime owner of […]

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New Director – New Directions

CPAC’s director, Rupert Jenkins, will be leaving the organization this fall after 3 1/2 years as Executive Director and a further 3 serving on the board of directors. Following is his announcement letter. A search for a new director and a job description will be posted Monday, June 8.   Dear Friends and Colleagues, I […]

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A Fireside Chat about Colorado’s Pot Industry

Saturday, May 30, 1 pm. (Allow an extra 10 minutes for parking due to Farmer’s Market outside) “Legitimacy and Uncertainty: A Fireside Chat about Colorado’s Pot Industry.” A wide-ranging conversation about Colorado’s pot industry, practice, and impact. $5 members and students; $10 general. Pay in advance below or at the door. Speakers: Stephen Lewchuk, Manager […]

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