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where dreams may come © J. Gluckstern (Detail)
NIGHT LIGHTS DENVER
Celebrates Month of Photography Denver Festival
Daniels & Fisher Clocktower
1601 Arapahoe St., Denver, CO 80202
6:30 – 11 pm nightly
Free and open to the public
March 1 – 13, 2021
The Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) presents a curated outdoor exhibition that will be digitally projected on the Daniels & Fisher Tower as part of Night Lights Denver during the 2023 Month of Photography Festival. The theme was open ended, meant to celebrate all types of photographic medium and a means of expression for the festival. Curated by Samantha Johnston, CPAC Executive Director & Curator.
Special thanks to The Denver Theatre District and Night Lights Denver for making this exhibition possible and supporting the 2023 Month of Photography Denver festival.
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Dominic Adducci, Diane Allison, Syl Arena, Terrel Bailey, Neil Berkowitz, David Birozy, Christa Blackwood, Raymond Bleesz, Lynne Breitfeller, Susan Bryant, Marie Bush, Karen Crouse, Tom Daniel, Laura Beth Davidson, Geoff Decker, Todd Dobbs, Libby Ellis, Ben Fields, Marine Fonteyne, Bari Gisin, J. Gluckstern, J. M. Golding, Kris Goss, M. Gray, Monika Guerra, Birgit Gutsche, Bill Heubner, Rohina Hoffman, Alexia Jacobmeier, Ellen Jantzen, Ashley Jones, Kat Kiernan, Ken Konchel, Hayley Krichels, Matt Lancaster, Rose Latka, J. K. Lavin, Ian Lipton, RoseMarie London, Melissa Lynn, Raj Manickam, Carolyn Monastra, Bruce Morton, Malcolm Murray, Bill Orisich, Tony Ortega, Joshua Palmeri, Allison Plass, The Unperson Project, Maureen Ruddy Burkhart, Leo Scribner, Max Seigal, William Mark Sommer, JP Terlizzi, Julia Vandenoever, Naona “Peaches” Wallin, Marisa S White, Susan Wink, Kent Youngblood, and Frank Zurey.