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Current and Upcoming Exhibits

Through September 27, 2023

Photographers with a Mission – Photographer Bill Wegener’s exhibit “Jesus Fed Me” features 27 photos from his multiple mission trips over the last two decades to Uganda, Nepal, India, Tibet, Rwanda, and other places around the globe.

Tri-Lakes Center for the Arts
304 Highway 105, Palmer Lake 80133

June 11, 2023 – October 1, 2023

Ansel Adams: Early Works – “Ansel Adams: Early works” is on view at Denver Botanic Gardens from June 11 – Oct. 1, and is organized by art2art Circulating Exhibitions, LLC. All photographs are from the private collection of Michael Mattis and Judith Hochberg.

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York Street, Denver, CO 80206

August 18, 2023 – October 7, 2023

Outcry – OUTCRY is an intersectional social practice project in which womxn have the opportunity to take up space, be witnessed and heard, while joining forces in an act of defiance against the white supremacist patriarchy. Whitney Bradshaw launched her OUTCRY project on the night of the Women’s March in 2018, since then this series has grown to more than four hundred fifty portraits of womxn from all walks of life who have chosen to take a stand against a culture that too often dismisses womxn’s voices. Drawing from her background in social work, the Chicago-based artist invites groups of womxn who are not previously acquainted with each other into her studio for “scream sessions,” where they can express emotions—ranging from rage to sorrow to laughter—and share personal stories in a brave and supportive environment designed to cultivate a spirit of feminist solidarity across different life experiences. The resulting photographic portraits challenge expectations around how womxn—and in particular, womxn’s anger—are portrayed in portraiture and mainstream culture. Together these intimate representations of womxn’s power and expression that Bradshaw captures, become a monumental act of collective resistance. Bradshaw uses the term “womxn” as “an inclusive, if imperfect, term to encompass cis-gendered women, transwomen, and nonbinary and genderqueer people who experience the world in femme bodies.”

Colorado Photographic Arts Center
1200 Lincoln Street, Suite 111, Denver, CO 80203

September 13, 2023 – October 8, 2023

Boulder Art Association Member Fall Exhibit 2023 – Join us as R Gallery hosts the open-themed Boulder Art Association Member Fall Exhibit, featuring choice, curated artwork from BAA members. Accompanying the main exhibit will be the 8×8 Wall Exhibit with the theme, “Flatirons.” The 8×8 exhibit will showcase Flatirons landscapes which embody the natural beauty and unique spirit of Boulder.

R Gallery + Wine Bar
2027 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302

February 1, 2023 – October 31, 2023

Altered Images – Since the beginning of photography, photographers and artists have been altering and modifying their images. We are in a time where the possibilities and methods available to create desired outcomes are boundless. We are looking for your creations that reflect your creativity and inspiration. This can include but is not limited to images altered by computer, drawing, darkroom, chemicals, collage, text, sculptural, or installation-based work. The artists featured in this exhibition have embraced contemporary methods of image alteration in order to present a variety of viewpoints.

Center for Fine Art Photography
321 Maple Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521

June 6, 2023 – December 31, 2023

Revisiting the Family Album: Stories That Bind Us – This online exhibition is about our families, whether chosen, by blood or by proximity. These human stories, memories, and histories comprise the past, present, and future of lives lived and projections of what may be.

Online via Center for Fine Art Photography
321 Maple Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521


Exhibit Opportunity:  University of Colorado Boulder Hellem Arts & Sciences Building – Request for Qualifications

Description: Qualifications are requested from artists interested in creating public artworks for the Hellems Arts and Sciences Building at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. Understanding the importance of this building in the student experience, CU Boulder endeavors to create an inclusive, welcoming space where everyone feels comfortable and a true sense of belonging. The renovation project will address the 95,000-square-foot Hellems Arts and Sciences building with health and safety improvements, accessibility improvements and energy-efficiency upgrades that will help the building attain a LEED Gold rating. Goals include creating inspirational teaching spaces and a reimagined home for the building’s departments. The committee is looking for artworks that address one or more of the potential locations within the Hellems Arts and Sciences Building. Among the locations available for artwork are wall-mounted opportunities and one ceiling-hung location. The Art Selection Committee will review all complete and eligible submittals. A short list of semifinalists will be invited to prepare and present a final proposal in person and be paid an honorarium between $1,000 – 1,500. Final selection(s) will be made from the semifinalists’ proposals. CU is requesting a minimum of 6 images, maximum of 8.

Deadline: September 26, 2023

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Upcoming Events

September 28, 2023
Ansel Adams and the American West:   Join Assistant Curator of Art Kara Felt, Ph.D. to learn about the photographs in “Ansel Adams: Early Works” and explore Adams’ life, artistic process and passionate advocacy for America’s wilderness. Presentation at 6 p.m. in Sturm Family Auditorium. Fee: $10 member | $12 nonmember.

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York Street, Denver, CO 80206

September 30, 2023
Far East Center’s Mid-Autumn Festival:   Come for a FREE, family-friendly event in the vibrant Little Saigon Denver District, from 2pm to 10pm. Photograph the delights of an Asian-inspired night market and savor street food from around the world. Local performers entertain with traditional drum and lion dance performances, music, and more. There’s excitement for everyone, including Pho and moon cake eating contests, cash and prize giveaways, and a kids fashion show (all kids welcome). Mid-Autumn Festival is one of the largest festivals in Asia. It is a celebration of the harvest moon and it is a time to connect with family.

Far East Center
333 S. Federal Blvd, Denver, CO, 80219

September 30, 2023 – October 1, 2023
Elk Fest:   Celebrate Estes Park’s resident elk at Estes Park Elk Fest®, a family-friendly festival. Enjoy vendors, Native American dancing, live music, food trucks, bugling contests, performances and more! The festival coincides with the famous elk rut, or elk mating season. Wild elk are often easily seen in town and in nearby Rocky Mountain National Park.

Bond Park
170 MacGregor Ave, Estes Park, CO

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September 23, 2023
Reframing the Landscape with Beth Johnston: In this three-week workshop, we will explore landscape photography’s historical and cultural significance and its role in shaping the American landscape imagination. The workshop will examine the historical context in which landscape photography arose, particularly in the United States. Lectures, readings, and in-class exercises will guide students through the complex ties between landscape photography, American conservation movements, and the U.S. environmental ethos. Throughout the workshop, we will collectively brainstorm how various cultures define and relate to the land and discuss how this diversity of perspectives continually reimagines the landscape photograph. Out-of-class photo assignments will encourage participants to take what they are learning, questioning, and discussing and apply it to how they engage as photographers. Students should expect to spend at least 1 hour outside of class meetings on these assignments. Additional resources (including PDFs of theoretical readings, podcasts, videos, and artist talks) will be provided after each meeting and at the end of the course for further investigation. Additional class dates: September 30, October 7. Fee: $130 Members | $140 Nonmbers. Instructor: Beth Johnston. Time: 10:00am.

Center for Fine Art Photography
321 Maple Street, Fort Collins, CO 80521

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