2014-15 Exhibition Calendar

October 21 – December 23   Note Location: McNichols Civic Center Building, Denver
Fashion Culture. Featured Artists: Sara Ford, Mark Sink, Kristen Hatgi Sink, Tom McIntyre, Richard Alden Peterson, Sydney Kovac Peterson, Mario Zoots, Jordin Paige, Candice Knutson, Marla Rutherford, Reese St. Germain, Derrick Velasquez, Laura Shill, Jenn Crowe, Melanie Watson, and Charlie Price with Amber Fries. Plus vintage photographs from the History Colorado archives. Curated by Natascha Seideneck.

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October 16 – November 15  New Topographies: Amelia Carley, Zoe Childerly, Sonja Hinrichsen

New Topographies brings together three artists interpreting Colorado landscape in unusual and innovative ways. Rexford Mine Fire: Story of Ida and May by Amelia Carley (Denver, CO) creates fictitious historical signage to invent false narratives about land and the people inhabiting it. In The Land of Milk and Honey by Zoe Childerley (London, England) photographs, drawings and interviews build a portrait of a Huerfano County, CO, community living in the shadows of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The giant spiral patterns of Snow Drawings at Catamount Lake by Sonja Hinrichsen (Amsterdam, Holland/Oakland, CA) were created over 3 days in 2013 in collaboration with over 60 snowshoe-clad volunteers from Steamboat Springs and vicinity.

November 18 – One Day Pop-Up Show. Defining Personal Vision. Photographs and digital books from students of CPAC’s DPV classes. Instructors: Jessie Paige and Grant Leighton.

November 22 – December 20  Picture.Me.Here 2014. Photographs and video created during the PMH summer workshops.


January 8 – February 7  CPAC Faculty Show

January 15 – March 31 Fashion Culture 2.0

Location: Denver Central Library, 5th Floor Western History Gallery

February 10 – February 21  Works by students of Laleh Mehran’s University of Denver “Site Specific Emerging Digital Practice” class.

February 26 – March 28 Jessamyn Lovell: Dear Erin Hart
“Art Practical” review by Genevieve Quick here

Dear Erin Hart is a body of work that came from the artist’s identity being stolen by Erin Hart, a woman who committed half a dozen petty crimes in San Francisco, where Lovell was living at the time. Lovell’s wallet was stolen from San Francisco Camerawork gallery in October 2009. The theft of her identity led to an unfortunate chain of events that has now hopefully ended with the arrest of Hart. Lovell turned the tables on Hart by hiring a private investigator to follow her, and even going as far as photographing Hart’s release from jail in March 2013.

March 14 – April 25 Role Play
Location: RedLine Denver. A special Month of Photography exhibition
MoP Portfolio Review weekend programmed by CPAC April 11-12

April 10 – May 9 Tomiko Jones – solo installation
Reception Friday, April 10 (welcome for MoP portfolio reviews)

May 14 – June 27 H. Lee: Grasslands + 1 (Ben Rasmussen)

July 9 – August 8 Juried Members Show – Juror tba