We’ve Moved!

We’ve Moved!

CPAC’s New Headquarters
at 1200 Lincoln Street is Open

Welcome to our new home! We are now located at 1200 Lincoln Street on the ground floor of a 10-story building across the street from History Colorado Center. We are open to the public, come by and say hello!

Gallery Hours:

Tuesday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: Noon – 4pm

PARKING: Street parking is available throughout the neighborhood. Paid public parking is also available at The Art Garage. Enter the garage on Lincoln Street across from History Colorado Center. 


About The Space

CPAC’s new 4,000 square foot suite will provide our growing organization, membership and visitors with much-needed space for gallery viewing, educational programs, and events. CPAC’s new home is now the largest nonprofit institution dedicated exclusively to the art of photography in Colorado, and an important cultural resource for the Rocky Mountain region.

The space includes:

Two galleries that will create more exhibition opportunities for artists and provide flexibility to present simultaneous exhibitions and pop-up shows.

Dedicated classroom space. CPAC offers 50 classes and workshops each year for adults and teens of all skill levels. For the first time, CPAC has a dedicated classroom with seats for 14 students, two computer workstations with printers, and wall space to hang student work.

An Onsite Darkroom. CPAC’s onsite darkroom includes space for three artists to work, with three enlargers donated by Nichols Partnership.

Permanent Collection storage. CPAC’s Permanent Collection includes more than 800 fine art prints, with works by masters like Ansel Adams and Imogen Cunningham to contemporary artists on the cutting edge of the medium. The new space includes dedicated storage for this important cultural resource.

A Library Collection. With over 600 books, the library contains exhibition catalogs, artist books, reference manuals, vintage copies of Aperture magazine and more. 

Expanded office space for staff, storage, and administrative needs.

The space was designed by Denver’s premiere architecture firm, Semple Brown Design.

Special Thanks

CPAC is deeply grateful to the businesses, foundations, and individuals who supported our Framing the Future Campaign.


Chicago Faucets
Illumination Systems
Nichols Partnership
Office Interiors
Semple Brown Design
Sprung Construction
Ellen Bruss Design donated Environmental Signage Design


Bonfils Stanton Foundation
David & Laura Merage Foundation
Gates Family Foundation
Morgan Family Legacy Foundation
RedLine Safe Creative Space Fund


Andrew Fedynak
Anonymous Donors
Beth and Ron Cooper
Carl Bower
Christa Blackwood
Claudia Kunin
Denise Horton
Elisabeth Relin
Evan & Elizabeth Anderman
Gordon & Gerri Baron
Harvey Childs
Helen Atkeson & Stan Raine
Jonathan Moller
Lance Burch
Larry Goodwin
Leanne Paez Duncan
Richard & Margaret Johnston
Richard Caldwell
Stephen Podrasky
Steve Nissen
Trent Davis Bailey
Wendi Schneider