Pink Parachute Project
"The Pink Parachute Project" exhibit at Black Crow Gallery is an uplifting women’s empowerment image series created by the Austin based photographer Teodora Pogonat. The series is a provocative photographic exploration depicting women overcoming struggles, hardships, and setbacks to celebrate their strengths, all with the use of a 30 lb 1967 British Military pink parachute in symbolic environments. Photographed in multiple locations around the country, Denver is featured prominently and this exhibit is a "homecoming" for the series.
Free beverages and light fare provided for rsvp'd guests.
The Black Crow Gallery, owned by Alexis McLean, features three artist studios and two intimate showrooms. The gallery is accessible to all and features art by local and regional artists, as well as handmade goods created with heart and soul. The Black Crow Gallery participates in the Final Friday Golden Triangle Art Walks the last Friday of every month from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.