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. Curator: Samantha Johnston, CPAC Executive Director & Curator.
Juniper’s Last Gasp was accepted to be projected on the building. Seeing the photo across several building levels gives this story much-needed exposure. Read about Juniper’s Last Gasp and its message to all of us on the dire need to care for our environment and nature.
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.
I am pleased to announce my participation at Art of the State 2022 on Thursday, January 20 on the opening day. Juniper’s Last Gasp was the selected photo. Two other artists from the Photo Pensato collective will also join me as selected artists.
Listen to Juniper’s Last Gasp here
Every three years, all 10,000 square feet of the Arvada Center Galleries is filled with a celebratory survey of the incredible diversity, quality, and depth of work from Colorado Artists. After its start in 2013 and iterations in 2016 and 2019, Art of the State 2022 continues the legacy as a juried exhibition showing off the powerful scope of contemporary art from across the state. This open call open to all Colorado artists garnered 2,067 submissions by 734 artists. The jurors worked diligently to select a comprehensive overview of work that strives to capture a wide scope of art from across the state. From those entries, 149 artworks by 142 artists were selected.
The Catalog for the show is here.
Louise Martorano, Executive Director, RedLine Contemporary Art Center
Ellamaria Ray, Artist/Anthropologist, Professor of Africana Studies, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Collin Parson, Director of Galleries and Curator, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities