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Calendar of Events

Thru October 31, 2023
Magic of the Jack O’Lanterns:   The Magic of the Jack O’ Lanterns in Denver, Colorado delights all ages on a glowing trail of over 7,000 magnificent, hand-carved pumpkins. A magical light show illuminates larger-than-life displays. A nautical sea-scape, a pirate ship, dinosaurs, dragons, and much more, all softly aglow throughout the event. You’ll find magic around every corner!

The Hudson Gardens, 6115 S Santa Fe Dr., Littleton, CO


November 4, 2023
Dia de los Muertos:   Experience a unique parade with creative floats, marching bands, ballet folkloricos, artsis, catrinas, Coco characters, lowriders, animals, performances and so much more! The Parade will start at 11:00am at 7th & Santa Fe Drive then it will make its way towards 13th and Santa Fe Drive, turn west (left) onto 13th avenue heading towards La Alma Lincoln Park, the parade ends at 13th Avenue and Mariposa St. The Day of the Dead Festival will start from 12:00pm – 8:00pm at the Civic Center Park Denver Downtown with food vendors, live music, drinks, exhibitors, catrina contest, la reina de dia de muertos, games and much more! Time: 11:00am-8pm. Cost: Free.

Civic Center Park, 101 W. 14th Ave., Denver, CO 80202


November 8, 2023
November 2023 PhotoVox: In-Person Print Share:   For November’s PhotoVox, seven artists have been selected to present a personal photographic project on a dedicated table in our new gallery space for CPAC members and the public to view. This is a wonderful opportunity for artists to gain insight and support from their fellow community as they share images and speak about their creative practice. If you are curious to see new and different approaches to the medium, along with getting to know more local artists you won’t want to miss this event! Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm. Cost: CPAC Members Free | Nonmembers $10.

Colorado Photographic Arts Center, 1200 Lincoln St., Ste. 111, Denver, CO 80203


November 9, 2023
Cara Romero Photography: Storytelling Through an Indigenous Lens:   Join us for an Artist Talk by Cara Romero in conjunction with her solo exhibit Cara Romero Photography: Storytelling Through an Indigenous Lens (open through November 17, 2023). Contemporary fine art photographer and Chemehuevi citizen Cara Romero, captures Indigenous and non-Indigenous cultural memory, collective history, and lived experiences from a Native American female perspective. Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm. Cost: Free (Suggested donation: $5).

2000 E. Asbury, Sturm Hall, Room 102, Denver, CO 80208
303-744-9686


November 16, 2023
Get Up & Go – Rock Your Shots!:   Discover how to master photography and videography at live music events – from small venues to large stadiums – at Canon’s FREE Rock Your Shots workshop! Learn how to get started in the industry and learn about the gear you’ll need at this exciting event, livestreaming from the historic Tower Theater in Oklahoma City, OK. Join hosts David Bergman, Canon Explorer of Light and Luke Combs official tour photographer, along with Jim Louvau, award-winning photographer/cinematographer, at this two-hour workshop, for pro tips on how to capture stills and shoot videos on your own or with a small crew. Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm. Cost: Free.

Online


November 17, 2023
Opening Reception Explorations of Resilience and Resistance / Our Backs Hold Our Stories:   Photographs by Kali Spitzer; curated by Todd Edward Herman. Kali Spitzer is an Indigenous, femme, queer, photographer living on the traditional unceded lands of the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Musqueam peoples. Kali’s work embraces the stories of contemporary BIPOC, queer and trans bodies, creating representation that is self determined. Her collaborative process is informed by the desire to rewrite the visual histories of indigenous bodies beyond a colonial lens. Time: 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Cost: Free.

Creative Nations Arts Collective / The Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St, Boulder, CO 80302


November 18, 2023
Canon Explorer of Light Seminar with Adam Jones:   In this program Adam will discuss and showcase techniques and strategies for constructing high quality landscape, wildlife, and macro images with digital cameras. He will offer advice on how to recognize and choose the right subjects, lighting, and background in a wide variety of situations. During the program, camera settings that are preferred for fast moving wildlife and landscapes are explained in detail. He will also discuss using the elements of design to instantly improve your compositions. Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm. Cost: $10 to attend but you will receive a $10 Canon gift card at the event.

Mike’s Camera Inc., 2500 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302

See more upcoming Colorado events.


Current Photography Exhibits

October 6, 2023 – October 30, 2023

Colorado Fall Colors and Wild Horses – For the months of October and November, Gallery 6 resident photographers Scott Wilson, Tony Eitzel, Kevin Schwalbe, Dave Stephens and Rand Ningali will be showcasing photos of fall colors in the Colorado mountains, and Scott Wilson will also showcase Colorado wild horse photos.

Gallery 6
918 West 8th Avenue Denver, CO, 80204


October 6, 2023 – October 31, 2023

/ˈ(h)yo͞oməns/ (HUMANS) – Gallery 6 resident photographer Rand Ningali will be showcasing a group of images called ” /ˈ(h)yo͞oməns/ (HUMANS) ” for the month of October. The images portray candid photos of people in Africa, Cuba and Vietnam.

Gallery 6
918 West 8th Avenue Denver, CO, 80204


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


October 9, 2023 – November 5, 2023

Commodities (Food Of My People) by Zig Jackson aka Rising Buffalo – Zig Jackson aka Rising Buffalo, is an enrolled member of the Three Affiliated Tribes (Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara) and the first Native American photographer to be awarded a Guggenheim fellowship. Jackson’s most recent work in the Native American homeland focuses on his culture and the changing way of life of both urban and reservation Indians, along with the attendant socio-political issues of the “Indian Condition.” Jackson uses photography as a teaching and story-telling device to de-mythologize his own history and to break down the romanticized and racially charged stereotypes of Indians perpetuated in history and the media.

East Window Gallery
4550 Broadway, Suite C-3B2, Boulder Colorado 80304


Through November 12, 2023

Reflections on Amache – This gallery features the works of artists Sarah Fukami and Courtney Ozaki. Sarah Fukami exhibits a diverse, compelling visual journey that captures the historical and emotional significance of the Amache incarceration camp. Courtney Ozaki presents a cross-discipline artistic mapping project and photo/mixed-media exhibition featuring stories of solidarity between Japanese/Japanese Americans in Denver and other communities of color.

Pace Center
200000 Pikes Peak Ave., Parker, CO 80138


October 13, 2023 – November 18, 2023

Rising and Falling – As sea levels rise and rivers fall, four photographers help us visualize
the impacts of climate change on landscapes and communities across the U.S. From the alarming depletion of the Colorado River Basin to the inevitable submersion of Tangier Island off the coast of Virginia, Rising and Falling presents four distinct stories about the impacts of climate change on oceans, rivers, and the people that depend on them. On Thursday, November 2nd from 6:00pm – 7:30pm a panel talk with the artists of Rising and Falling will take place on Zoom. The discussion will be moderated by CPAC Executive Director & Curator Samantha Johnston. Art exhibit viewing times: Tues. – Fri. (11:00am – 5:00pm); Sat. (12:00pm – 4:00pm)

Colorado Photographic Arts Center
1200 Lincoln St., Denver, CO 80203


October 26, 2023 – November 19, 2023

Colorado Luminance – A solo show by Eric Hagemann. Colorado Luminance is a celebration of Colorado in black and white. Eric started the series three years ago as a pandemic-friendly activity documenting the Eastern Plains of Colorado during day-long drives. The series moves from the Kansas border through the Denver metro area to the high alpine of the Rocky Mountains. Devoid of color, Eric’s images focus on the essence of the subject. Capturing and processing only luminance allows him to robustly process the image to his vision. Hours: Thursday 12:00pm-5:00pm, Friday 12:00pm-9:00pm, Saturday 12:00pm-5:00pm, Sunday 1:00pm-4:00pm.

D’art Gallery
900 Santa Fe Drive, Denver Colorado


October 6, 2023 – November 30, 2023

Wild Unfree – Award-winning Photo Advocate, WilsonAxpe, returns from Western Colorado to Denver’s Art District, contrasting the fortunes of Colorado’s majestic wild horses and those captured and removed in dramatic recent roundups.

Gallery 6
918 West 8th Avenue Denver, CO, 80204


July 29, 2023 – December 31, 2023

2013 Flood Images – After a week of extremely hot weather, a steady, light rain began Sept. 9, 2013 and became a widespread and persistent rain along the Front Range, lasting until September 16. This historic 2013 flood produced a year’ worth of rain in a week in some areas, resulting in one of the state’s worst natural disasters. As in 1976, the narrow Big Thompson Canyon took a heavy hit. Sections of U.S. 34 between Loveland and Estes Park were washed away or terribly damaged. Images taken and articles written during the 2013 flood revisit the magnitude of the event. Free Admission.

Loveland Museum
503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland, CO 80537
(970) 962-2410


January 20, 2023 – January 10, 2024

The World in Denver: Photography by Robert Weinberg – Over the course of his career, Robert Weinberg captured images of those who made their mark on Denver. Best known for his work with the Intermountain Jewish News, Weinberg focused on portraits of people in the Denver community. Weinberg’s photography adds a valuable dimension to the visual record of the Mile High City during the 1980s and 1990s. Now legally blind, Weinberg created braille labels to accompany his work, ensuring that his photographs are accessible to all. He continues to advocate for the visually impaired community by promoting organizations to assist people with low vision to live independently.

History Colorado Center
1200 Broadway, Denver, CO, 80203


September 30, 2023 – January 14, 2024

Manzanar: The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams – This exhibition features photographs by Ansel Adams of the Japanese American relocation camp in Manzanar, California, during World War II. These photographs are the subject of his controversial book Born Free and Equal, which protested the treatment of these American citizens. Adams’s Manzanar work is a departure from his signature style of landscape photography. Reception: November 10, 6:00pm-8:00pm in the Main Gallery. $7 Admission Ages 13+

Loveland Museum
503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland, CO 80537
(970) 962-2410

See upcoming photography exhibits in Colorado.


Exhibit Opportunities

Exhibit Opportunity:  2023 Colorado State University Student Art Exhibition

Description: The LSC Arts Program would like to announce the 2023 installment of the annual Student Art Exhibition. This exhibition, which is the longest running annual event through the LSC Arts Program, highlights the artistic achievements of CSU’s undergraduate and graduate students while allowing students to showcase their artwork in a temporary exhibit. Additionally, several pieces may be selected to be purchased for the LSC Art Program’s collection. All CSU students are eligible to enter a variety of two- and three-dimensional artworks for the show, which will take place in the Curfman Gallery November 28th, 2023 to January 26th, 2024. All forms of media are eligible for submission. Students may submit up to 3 images or video files of work completed within the last 18 months. Submission to this juried exhibition is free to all Colorado State University Students, and is limited to current Colorado State University Students.

Deadline: October 29, 2023


Exhibit Opportunity:  Art in the Galleria at Loveland Public Library (2024)

Description: The Art Selection Committee (ASC) of the Loveland Public Library seeks art by Colorado artists or artist teams for 2024 exhibits in the Galleria vitrines. The Galleria display cases provide artists with valuable public exposure and sales opportunities. Art work selected in 2023 will be on display for one of four three-month periods in 2024. Applicants must reside in Colorado. Artists may apply as individuals or as part of a team. A single $10.00 application fee is required regardless of how many pieces (minimum of one, maximum of 6) are submitted.

Deadline: October 31, 2023


Exhibit Opportunity:  Holiday Art Affair

Description: The Aurora Cultural Arts District invites artists of all skill levels and mediums to participate in our “Holiday Art Affair” exhibition and art fundraiser. This exhibition aims to offer the community an opportunity to acquire locally crafted artwork as unique and meaningful gifts for the holiday season. By showcasing the talent within our district, we hope to foster a deeper appreciation for the arts and support the creative endeavors of our local artists. This is a 50/50 commission split, an end-of-year fundraiser so all artwork must be priced under $1000.

Deadline: October 31, 2023


Exhibit Opportunity:  Oceans of Longing

Description: There is a general sense of longing that is tugging humanity in complex ways. A yearning for true connection. A familiar aching, craving feeling that comes from wanting something that feels out of reach. Perhaps a more authentic connection with a person, deeply wishing for career change, a freedom of expression, or wanting to change a situation; a thirst to change our lives.These days, connections often exist behind a screen and the nuances of feeling and emotion without personal interactions become ambiguous. We find ourselves living in an increasingly curated and polished world, and we often can’t help but to measure our own lives and experiences against this shiny facade. There is a collective sense of losing personal connections with others, and also with ourselves. It may be easy to think we alone yearn for true connection, friendship, love, community, to be truly seen. Perhaps each of us feel isolated in our longings, and do not yet realize there are entire oceans of longing among us. Perhaps by sharing our yearning we can not only feel less alone, but actually be less alone. 40 West Gallery is accepting artwork from artists of all levels of experience exploring your oceans of longing. All mediums considered. Artists are invited to submit up to four hanging OR three 3-D works via email for consideration. (See details below on how to submit digital images for jurying). Application fees for this show are $5 per item for 40 West members and $10 per item for non-members. FREE for youth (under age 21) artists and students.

Deadline: November 4, 2023


Exhibit Opportunity:  Louisville Art Association’s 2023 Fall Member Arts and Crafts Show

Description: The 2023 Fall Member Arts and Crafts Show registration is open to all Louisville Art Association members. This show runs from November 16-19. It is well-attended and many locals like it for holiday shopping. You may sign up to show wall art/sculpture or crafts or both. Craft space is limited. First come, first served. Please read the entire prospectus before entering. Our Show Judge is Rick Dallago.

Deadline: November 6, 2023

See more upcoming exhibit opportunities.


Exhibit Opportunity:  Foothills Art Center Members’ Show 2024

Description: Foothills Art Center (FAC) is pleased to announce the call for our annual exhibition featuring our artist members’ diverse artistic talents and techniques. The FAC exhibition staff will jury artwork to select an exhibition with engaging and creative content and the highest level of craftsmanship. The show will be in the Large Gallery upstairs of the new Astor House location. This show is a fantastic opportunity to show your work of yours if you never have before. Open to current members of FAC. If you are not a current member of FAC you may become one through the www.foothillsartcenter.org website PRIOR TO ENTRY. $15 entry fee. Up to 3 works may be entered, with a maximum of 1 selected. Two-dimensional work must be suitably framed and have all hardware ready for hanging – all other work must be installation ready with instructions if necessary.

Deadline: November 19, 2023


Exhibit Opportunity:  Day Glo

Description: An accident in 1933 leads to a dark room recovery, which in turn leads to the inspiration of fluorescent pigments for the Switzer Brothers. Working together Bob & Joe experimented with chemicals until they successfully obtained pigments that appeared fluorescent in daylight and glow under uv/blacklights. With the creation of these new pigments they quickly became the staple of safety measures in work environments such as airports, construction sites, underwater & military operations. These pigments launched not only safety measures far beyond what we had known but aided magicians in fooling the eye and sky rocketed psychedelic / black light art in a way that shook the 60’s and 70’s. Eventually becoming the world’s largest producer of daytime fluorescents, or as we know them Day Glo. Nearly ninety years later we are asking artists to conduct their own experiments with these colors and illuminate our dark winter months. What makes your day glow? What makes your soul glow? What brings light to your darkness? How can you catch the eye of a passerby with neon. We will be accepting entries from all mediums and styles as long as they utilize fluorescent colors in an intentional way.

Deadline: November 21, 2023


Grant Opportunities

Grant Opportunity: Dynamic Downtown Denver Grants

Description: Beginning Monday, Oct. 16 at 9 a.m. (MDT), Denverites – including individuals, community groups, nonprofits, and businesses neighboring Denver – will be invited to apply for grants to host a public event or activation that are innovative and inclusive, and provide the public with a free, unique, engaging experience. Activations can include performances, art installations, block parties, and more. A selection committee comprised of City and community leaders will review applications on a rolling basis. Grant amounts will range from $500 up to $25,000 and will fund events and activations that celebrate the vibrancy, history, arts and culture, and future of our city, powered by the diverse communities that are Denver.

Deadline: Ongoing


Grant Opportunity: Equity in Arts Learning for Colorado Youth

Description: Equity in Arts Learning for Colorado Youth (EAL) seeks to increase access to arts education for historically marginalized youth. Grants of $10,000-$25,000 are available to support projects that bring professional artists and culture bearers into educational settings to lead programming with youth ages 4-21. Projects supported by EAL will exemplify the value of arts education, encouraging ongoing community support.

Deadline: December 1, 2023

See more upcoming grant opportunities.


Photography Contests:

Contest: Tamron User Photo Contest 2023

Description: Submit your best images and/or videos shot with a tamron lens for your chance to win $500 and your choice of a select Tamron lens!
Open to Tamron users in USA, Canada and Mexico. Categories include Travel/Landscape, Wildlife, Close-up/Fine art, Portrait, Sports/Action, Photojournalism, and Video. Must be 18+ to enter. he submitted image(s) must be taken with a Tamron lens. No drones.

Deadline: October 31, 2023


Contest: 8th Annual Feline & Fido Photo Contest & Calendar

Description: Ark-Valley Humane Society (AVHS) has announced its 8th Annual Feline & Fido Photo Contest & Calendar. Anyone can enter their photos at www.gogophotocontest.com/avhs. It costs $5 per photo submission and $1 to vote (with a $5 minimum). Once a person has entered their pet’s photo, they can share the contest with family and friends to garner more votes. The contestant with the most votes will have their photo featured on the cover of the 2024 AVHS Calendar. Each of the top 12 photos with the most votes will be a featured pet photo for one of the twelve months. All photos submitted will be featured in smaller photos throughout the calendar. Photo submissions and votes require a minimum tax-deductible donation to support the animals and programs at Ark-Valley Humane Society.

Deadline: November 3, 2023


Contest: The Human Element: A Global Photographic Portraiture Competition

Description: TIME, with an audience of more than 120 million people worldwide across its platforms, and the American Society of Media Photographers, for over 75 years one of the world’s leading photography organizations, have joined forces to create the most important new photo competition in a generation, showcasing the photographic portrait in all its forms, and celebrating the amazing diversity of the people and cultures across our planet. Open to everyone over 18 around the globe, there are over $16,000 in cash prizes, with other prizes including a paid photo assignment for TIME, a custom three month mentorship with the photo editors of TIME, and Lifetime complimentary Membership in ASMP. All winners will be displayed on TIME.com and ASMP.org, receive personalized awards to display in their home or office, as well as an invitation to a 2024 event in New York City honoring the winners. Five categories are open for entries. All entries must have been created after September 1, 2020. Single-Image Categories are $15 / Entry ($8 / Student Division) Series Category is $55 / Series Entry (both General and Student Divisions).

Deadline: November 7, 2023


Contest: City of Manitou Springs 2023 Photo Contest

Description: Celebrate Arts Month this October with Manitou Springs’ 2023 Annual Photo Contest! The City of Manitou Springs is inviting photographers of all levels, from beginners to seasoned pros, to participate. There are no specific themes; whether it’s a vibrant snapshot of Manitou Springs’ bustling downtown on a Saturday or the serene beauty of Fountain Creek on a crisp Fall morning, every photo captures the diverse essence of Manitou Springs. Prizes: First Place: $200 in Manitou Money; Second Place: $150 in Manitou Money; Third Place: $100 in Manitou Money. Note: Manitou Money is a local currency that can be spent at most local businesses. Each participant can submit up to three pictures. The top two winning entries will proudly serve as the City of Manitou Springs’ profile picture and cover photo across all relevant social media platforms. Additionally, the top 10 selected photographs will be announced through a press release and showcased on our social media channels. They will also be featured in promotional materials for the City and may even replace some of the background images on the City’s official website.

Deadline: November 12, 2023


Vendor Opportunities

Vendor Opportunity:  Durango Arts Center 2023 Gift Gallery

Description: This year’s annual winter market is going to be bigger and better than ever but we need YOU and your beautiful work. We are seeking all media: Jewelry, 2-D and 3-D art, pottery, textiles, mixed media, hand-made clothing and toys for children, children’s books by local authors/illustrators, and art that makes great gifts for everyone! The Durango Arts Center is pleased to invite all community artists, jewelers and crafters to submit their work for the “2023 Gift Gallery”, Opening Friday, November 10th through Januray 8th, 2024. Gifts for men, teens and children greatly appreciated.

Application Deadline: November 3, 2023

Durango Arts Center, 802 E 2nd Avenue, Durango, CO 81301


Vendor Opportunity:  Colorado Country Christmas Gift Show – Colorado Springs

Description: Holiday music, decorations, and 250 booths of holiday décor, clothing, jewelry, gourmet foods and more at the Colorado Springs Event Center. Santa Claus and strolling carolers make this an experience for families. Free parking. Hours: Friday & Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm

Application Deadline: November 3, 2023


Vendor Opportunity:  Urban Holiday Market 2023

Description: This market is Denver’s biggest outdoor holiday shopping event of the year, and is a great place to grow your business and get your art, craft, product, or service in front of thousands of interested buyers. Located in Wynkoop Plaza in the heart of Downtown Denver. With its prime location in Downtown, extensive marketing campaign, and free admission, this premier event attracts a very large number of attendees along with a high number of sophisticated and affluent art buyers. The festival will be held November 3, 4 & 5. Open 11:00am- 5:00pm on all 3 days.

Application Deadline: November 3, 2023

See more upcoming vendor opportunities.


Workshops

November 2, 2023
Macro Photography at Butterfly Pavilion – 3 Part Workshop: Take your macro photography to higher levels with this fun three-part workshop with photoshoot at Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster Colorado! How do you capture all of the fine details and vibrant colors when doing Macro Photography? Join us for this three-part workshop where our instructors will teach you how to capture spectacular detail and colors in your Butterfly and Flower Macro Photography images. Begin this workshop from the comfort of your own home with our Virtual Online Part 1 instruction by Brian Rabin, one of Mike’s Camera educators. This is followed by a morning instructional workshop in the beautiful setting of Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster, CO where we will split up into small groups, each group with its own guide and instructor, and culminates at a virtual follow-up critique and review session to share your favorite images. We will have exclusive access to the Butterfly Pavilion for an hour before they open and will end the practical session with a private photography opportunity. Additional class dates: November 4, November 9. Fee: $179. Instructor: Brian Rabin. Time: See times on the registration page.


November 7, 2023
Photoshop for Photographers – Part 1: This Colorado Photographic Arts Center workshop is suited to those totally new to Photoshop as well as though who have dabbled just a bit. We’ll start with navigating the workspace and dive into tools, adjustment layers, masking, selection tools, workflow and best practices. The goal of this class is to help students get started in this powerful yet intimidating software, and establish foundational skills to learn and explore the potential of using Photoshop as a tool within their own photographic practice. Optional weekly homework assignments will be given to help with understanding and skill development. This class series will take place on Zoom and will be recorded for students to refer back to. The instructor will email students a Google Drive link of class files to be downloaded prior to class. Additional class dates: November 14, November 28, December 5, December 12. Fee: $390 member | $429 nonmember. Instructor: Kia Neill. Time: 5:30pm – 8:00pm.

Location: Online


November 7, 2023
2 Part Studio Lighting Masterclass with Hands on Workshop: The workshop includes and evening lecture to outline lighting in a studio setting and four and a half hours inside a full scale studio space in Denver, Colorado. Here we will work with studio gear and a live model to create imagery using between one and five strobes. Part 1: Live Online Lecture Tuesday, November 7, 2023, 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Part 2: In-Person Hands-On Studio experience Sunday, November 12, 2023, 3:00pm – 6:30pm (arrive at 2.45pm) Fee: $249 (plus Eventbrite processing fee). Instructor: Joe Klocek.

Location: Part 1: Online. Part 2: 1790 S Bannock St., Denver, CO 80223


November 11, 2023
ASMP Photography Assistant Workshop: Learn the ‘Art of Assisting’ and gain new skills to use in your photography and film production career! Live demos from many different photography specialties with specific advice on how to be a professional assistant. Roundtable discussion on what makes a great professional photography assistant. Meet seasoned professionals who hire assistants. Understand what typical production budgets are, and how assistants are included in those budgets. Fee: ASMP Members – $10 | Students – $25 with valid student ID | Non-Members-$45 (Non-Members who complete the Assistant Workshop will get membership for their 1st year as an ASMP Student Member). Deadline for ticket sales is Wednesday November 8th at midnight. Instructor: ASMP Colorado. Time: 8:00am – 4:00pm

Location: Battery 621, 621 Kalamath St., Denver, CO 80204


November 16, 2023
2024 Grant Info Sessions for Applicants: The City of Boulder’s Office of Arts and Culture is hosting introductory sessions on how to apply for 2024 grants. The sessions will include conversations with an arts commissioner to answer questions about their decision-making process. Please RSVP to clickl@bouldercolorado.gov. Fee: Free. Time: 11:30am

Location: TBD

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