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Colorado Photographic Arts Center at Ironton

CPAC is happy to announce its new home at Ironton Studios in the RiNo Arts District in January 2016 The gallery will be temporarily closed December 19-January 15 during relocation Stay tuned for an announcement of our first exhibition in February 2016!

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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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