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Colorado Photographic Arts Center

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Dedicated to the art of photography since 1963, CPAC offers year-round exhibitions by established artists, classes and workshops, and frequent public events. Named “Best Place to See Photographs (And Learn How to Take Them)” by Denver Westword in 2017, CPAC’s gallery is free to the public and conveniently located near museums, shops and restaurants.

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General
General
  • Hours: Tues-Fri: 11am-5pm, Sat: 12pm-4pm
  • Total Capacity (if applicable): 145
  • Event Space:

Meeting Facilities

Facility Info
Meeting Rooms
  • Total Sq. Ft. 1147
  • Reception Capacity 145
  • Space Notes Event Contact: Trina Campbell, (303) 837-1341, trina@cpacphoto.org. Allows full buyouts.
  • Type of Venue Gallery/Museum
  • Type of Event Reception, Banquet, Meeting Classroom
  • Banquet Capacity 96
  • Number of Rooms 1
  • Classroom Capacity 45
Gallery
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 1147
  • Classroom Capacity: 45
  • Banquet Capacity: 96
  • Reception Capacity: 145

Events

Jan 21, 2018

On the Street with Bill Cunningham
Jan 12, 2018 - Feb 24, 2018

  • Image Jan 21, 2018
  • Image 1070 Bannock St., Denver, CO 80204
  • Image Tuesday – Friday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Saturday: 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
  • Image Free

The Colorado Photographic Arts Center has partnered with The New York Times to present On the Street with Bill Cunningham, an exhibition celebrating the career of iconic fashion photographer Bill Cunningham. Cunningham was best known for...

On the Street with Bill Cunningham <p>The Colorado Photographic Arts Center has partnered with The New York Times to present On the Street with Bill Cunningham, an exhibition celebrating the career of iconic fashion photographer Bill Cunningham.</p> <p>Cunningham was best known for his candid photographs of stylish women and men on the streets of New York. A Harvard University dropout, he was first a designer of women’s hats before moving on to writing about fashion for Women’s Wear Daily and the Chicago Tribune. He began taking candid photographs on the streets of New York City, and his work drew the attention of The New York Times with a 1978 picture of Greta Garbo in an unguarded moment. Cunningham cultivated his own fashion signature, dressing in a uniform of black sneakers and a blue work man’s jacket, his only accessory a camera. He travelled throughout Manhattan by bicycle. He worked for the New York Times until his death in June 2016 at age 87.</p> 1070 Bannock St. Denver, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

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