Tonight the Colorado Photographic Arts Center will be all lit up inside and out for the opening of Phos: Light Today, a splendid Month of Photography show that deals with the role of light in photography and multimedia art. But in the coming months, CPAC will be winding down in anticipation of a mov ... More >>
With the advent of tintype photography, during the Civil War, the chance to capture family memories was made more accessible to the middle classes. However, getting kids and babies to sit still for the long shutter speed was evidently a problem, as collectors of tintype photographs figured out when ... More >>
Advocacy for photography in the metro area just took a powerhouse leap forward: Late last week, the region's two major nonprofit photography organizations -- the Colorado Photographic Arts Center and Working With Artists -- officially announced their merger, something that's been a long time ... More >>
People who grew up in a certain time can almost plot their pasts in terms of the pictures in Henry Luce's LIFE Magazine: Long before there was an internet, with its constant bombardment of instantaneous imagery, the photojournalism tableau that was LIFE was packed with the stuff of memories ... More >>
Photographer Mark Sink is one of the grand old men of the Denver cultural tableau, with a colorful past, deep roots in photography (his great-grandfather James L. Breese founded the Camera Club of New York, and Breese's uncle Samuel Finley Breese Morse, inventor of the telegraph, has been cal ... More >>
Denver-based photographer Gary Isaacs has just unveiled a 78-page collection of photographs of one of this city's best-loved bands, Slim Cessna's Auto Club. The book includes some truly striking black-and-white on- and off-stage shots of Slim, Munly and the gang from the past few years, as well as s ... More >>
Fresh, local food lines the Longmont Museums walls.
A modern master lights up Camera Obscura Gallery.
Ron Wohlauer memorial
An American Century of Photography
déjà-view: A Retrospective Exhibition: R. Skip Kohloff
Photography and the Creative Process