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Denver’s Month of Photography Festival is Back and Bigger Than Ever, with More Than 125 Events at 65 spaces in Denver, Boulder, and Beyond

Month of Photography Denver is back in March 2023 – and that means you can enjoy an incredible amount of outstanding photography at more than 60 spaces in Denver and beyond, from big museums to galleries to coffee shops. Most events are free to attend. Presented by the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) a nonprofit institution dedicated exclusively to the art of photography since 1963 -- the festival includes works by more than 500 local, national, and international artists, making it one of the most important platforms for photography in the Western Region. The 2023 events marks the 9th iteration of the festival, which was founded in 2004 by Denver-based artist Mark Sink and is now run by CPAC. With more than 125 exhibitions, artist talks, receptions, workshops, and other events, there’s a lot to see - and something for everyone.

Andy Warhol by John Bonath, courtesy of Colorado Photographic Arts Center

Andy Warhol by John Bonath
courtesy of Colorado Photographic Arts Center

Visit the official festival website, denvermop.org, to browse the Event Calendar or search by date, artist, subject, neighborhood, or event type. Check out the Event Map to find events near you. There’s no better place to start your MOP journey than at festival HQ, the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (1070 Bannock Street in Denver’s Golden Triangle Creative District). To celebrate MOP and the organization’s 60th Anniversary, CPAC is exhibiting a curated selection of images from its Permanent Collection that haven’t been shown to the public in decades. A cultural treasure, the collection includes more than 800 prints donated by regional and national artists working from the mid-1800s to today. Get an overview of photographic history while enjoying works by masters such as Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Judy Dater, and Jerry Uelsmann; prints byColorado photographers like Hal Gould, Kristen Sink, and Ewing Stiffler; and contemporary works by Zora Murff, Greer Muldowney, and Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman.

Ansel Adams_Mirror Lake, courtesy of Colorado Photographic Arts Center

Ansel Adams, Mirror Lake
courtesy of Colorado Photographic Arts Center

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