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


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


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


November 17, 2023 – January 6, 2024

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. Opening Reception November 17th, 5:00pm – 8:00pm.

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


November 30, 2023 – January 6, 2024

Tell Me a Story: The Role of Storytelling in Photography – If you were asked to tell a story with photographs, how many images would you need to get your point across? What if you could choose only one? Opening December 1st at the Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Tell Me a Story highlights the power of storytelling in a single frame. The exhibition features 32 photographs by 32 local, national, and international artists selected from over 500 submissions by juror Mary Statzer, Curator of Prints and Photographs at the New Mexico Museum of Art in collaboration with Samantha Johnston, CPAC Executive Director & Curator. The exhibit includes a range of styles, from landscapes to still-lifes, portraiture to abstraction – but each one tells a unique story that stands on its own. L earn more: cpacphoto.org/tell-me-a-story/. Art viewing times: Tuesday – Friday, 11:00am – 5:00pm; Saturday 12:00pm – 4:00pm. Opening Reception December 1, 6:00pm – 9:00pm. Reception is free and open to the public.

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


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


December 1, 2023 – January 27, 2024

1st Amendment Show – The 1st Amendment Show is the only non-juried show in the region. Work will be exhibited in the Intemann Gallery. Tuesday to Thursday 10am to 6pm, Friday and Saturday 10am to 5pm, Sunday and Monday CLOSED.

Manitou Art Center
513 Manitou Ave, Manitou Springs CO 80829


January 5, 2024 – January 28, 2024

DreamLand – Imagination is a powerful and creative force where anything is possible. Even while sleeping our imaginations flourish, dreams melding fantasy and reality. What is within and beyond your wildest imagination? 40 West Gallery presents “DreamLand”, an exhibition that highlights the expression of fantasy, dreams, dream imagery, made up places, a sense of wonder.

40 West Arts
6501 W. Colfax Ave., Lakewood, CO 80214
720-901-8240


July 30, 2023 – February 11, 2024

Personal Geographies: Trent Davis Bailey ǀ Brian Adams – The Denver Art Museum presents a selection of images by two artists who seek to understand themselves and the places they treasure though photography. The exhibition is divided into two galleries, one featuring 32 photographs by Trent Davis Bailey and the other 19 by Brian Adams. Colorado photographer Trent Davis Bailey reflects on his personal history and the relationship between images and memory. Personal Geographies presents work from his series The North Fork, which draws inspiration from childhood memories, small-scale family farms, and the landscape of western Colorado. Anchorage-based Iñupiaq photographer Brian Adams has travelled across Alaska and beyond to make pictures that celebrate the Arctic landscape and sensitively share the stories, cultures, and perspectives of Inuit people and communities. Included in general admission.

Denver Art Museum
Martin Building, Level 6, 100 W 14th Ave. Pkwy., Denver, Colorado


November 9, 2023 – February 28, 2024

Aging Bodies, Myths and Heroines – Aging Bodies, Myths and Heroines looks at the social and ethical implications of the observational image and challenges some of the myths and misunderstandings often imposed upon elder members of contemporary western societies. Aging Bodies… speaks to how photography has influenced our perceptions of the human organism relative to the passage of time, to the many ways the medium has become instrumental to the construction, preservation and revision of personal and collective memory, as well as to photography’s ability to obscure and elucidate notions of falsehood and truth. This exhibit operates somewhere in-between two representational tropes; those who adopt an heroic attitude towards the aging process, seeming to remain ‘forever youthful’ and those who experience significant bodily decline and illness to the extent that the outer body is seen as misrepresenting or imprisoning the inner self. Both modalities serve to objectify and therefore skew our capacity to empathize with those depicted. Such pervasive imagery of the elderly as either sub or super-human beings form part of a repertoire of the ‘pornography of old age’ within consumer culture. To be clear, these are not the points of view this exhibit is hoping to advance.

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


March 2, 2024 – April 27, 2024

Reflections of Culture – The Chicano Humanities and Arts Council (CHAC) and the Women’s Caucus for Art Colorado Chapter (WCACO) are collaborating on a joint art exhibition on the reflection of our culture from the feminine perspective. Through this exhibition, artists will learn about each other. Both artists and visitors will discover the beauty and richness of diverse cultures. Tuesday – Friday from 1pm-4pm.

Armory Performing Arts Center
300 Strong Street, Brighton, CO 80601