December MoP Meeting #7
Hello Mop friends and supporters,
We will having our Idea and Planning meeting at Forestroom5 6:30 - 8:00pm. ( Note the earlier start time )
We have a long list of announcements and updates and more coming in every hour.
As always please forgive my grammar and spelling errors. And if i missed your report please contact me
From here on out it will be easiest to visit the updates directly on the Mop website.
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Please “ Like “ our Facebook page. There you will see the newest MoP announcements and updates and lots of other news and opportunities from around the world.
I have started the building of the MoP programs, calendar, and A-Z listings on the website. Much more will be pouring in soon. www.mopdenver.com/mop-2017-programs (Please hold off on sharing these MoP urls publicly before we announce MoP site launch.)
We are patiently waiting for dozens of more confirmed gallery event listings to come in. Thank you for those who are in early and professional with your materials. The listing deadline is January 15th, but please please don’t wait to the last minute !
Photographers looking for submission opportunities here is the link to the start of the “calls for submissions” page : http://www.mopdenver.com/call-for-submissions ( Note many more will be added when we announce the launch of the MoP site!… soon !
I have archived all our MoP idea and Planning Notes. Its very easy to search Command “ FIND “ a previous announcement or report.
Galleries and venues wanting to submit and to be included in MoP 2017 here is a link to all the benefits and what we need from you and how to submit your press package.
The general theme (not mandatory) is : Between the Medium Seeing Photographically
A overview of the far reaching applications and concepts emerging in
We have a couple new sponsors who have stepped up to support MoP THANKYOU !
Pinque Clark of Colorado Photo Safaris
And thank you to Zach and Kendra Custer of Anthology Fine Art is now Mop partner and sponsor. Check with them about MoP special discounts. They are one stop shop, Custom Framing, Art Gallery and Portrait Studio. http://www.anthologyfineart.com
Sally Centigrade Art Gallery in LoDo is aboard with MoP
The Sally Centigrade Art Gallery was created as a place to host contemporary art, with an emphasis on work from the lowbrow and pop surreal movement. The gallery has been fortunate enough to work with some of the scene's most popular artists, and was named Denver's Best Lowbrow Art Gallery by Westword Magazine. The artist residency program has been created to give artists a chance to come to Denver and create, immerse themselves in our art scene and use our gallery as a venue to show their new body of work.
Our artist residency offers free lodging for the duration of the program. The artist will be given a commission free show (either a pop up or full run depending on the length of the residency). It is a fantastic opportunity for artists to have a potentially high profile show, spend time in Denver with designated time and space to create and join the Denver art scene.
1423 Larimer St., Denver CO 80202
Billy Riesing Reports
1) Jody from Reed and I are doing a Denver street photography exhibition titled "Down in Denver." We aim to have venue confirmed by next MOP meeting, or shortly thereafter. This is going to be an electric exhibit.
2) I am doing a solo Ghost Lenz show opening Dec 10th at Jefferson Park Pub (2445 Eliot Street) in the Jefferson Park neighborhood. I am exhibiting 8 large black and white prints (street photography).It will run through March. Closing Reception for the Jefferson Park Pub show: Friday, March 24th at 6pm. Please add to the show's MoP promo. Cheers!
Linda Slobodin reports
Alexandra and I are proud to announce that TeenMOP has now found a space to hold our exhibition in March at GRACe Studios, thanks to Susan Dillon.
VERTIGO Art Space -Kara Duncan reports
The New Artists in Residence program at VERTIGO Art Space are Anthony Camera and Terrence Duncan and they have some exciting MoP exhibition plans. Stay tuned.
Jessie Paige <firstname.lastname@example.org>
is going to be having a show at the new space, ReCreative Denver on Santa Fe for MoP,going up the first week of March.
Rule Gallery Valerie reports
We will be showing some super out of the box work. Joseph Coniff.
Globeville Riverfront Art Center ( GRAce Susan Dillon <email@example.com>
We are a relatively new artist's community in Globeville with space for over 80 artists, currently with 60 in residence. We have several photographers, and many mixed media artists who incorporate photography in their work. We also have a 1400 sqft gallery on site for tenant work and special shows.
I had planned to put out a call for a juried show for MoP to be held in the gallery, but wondered if there was a way we could become more involved.
Globeville Riverfront Art Center
Jessica Kooiman Parker at the Firehouse Art Center is open to exhibition ideas.
November MoP Meeting #6 Notes from Forestroom5
Samantha Johnston announced a long list of MoP events. check out www.cpacphoto.org .. and highly suggest getting on thier news letter.
Wendi Schneider is looking for a home for her large group show.
Kia Neill is working with Artworks Loveland. ( the calling is up ! )
Linda Slobodin is working hard on the HighSchool show.
Melanie Rice is looking for a venue for her Night Walk Crew.
Susan Goldsten is working on the State Capitol exhibition.
Patrick Andrade … announced a Collodion Portrait discount and printing services.
Katherine Harrington of Visions West announce the show “Freeze frame”
Donald Fodness Is working on curating a special show for MoP.
George P Perez Reported on a show he is curating at the Temple. It’s a Sanfransico exchange project.
Kendra Anthology Fine Art Is a new Mop partner and sponsor. Framing needs? You will get a special MoP discount.
Katherine Harrington of Visions West announce the show “Freeze frame”
“Freeze Frame” will be featuring Justin Colt Beckman, Gail Trembly and others. The basis of our exhibition will focus on the anachronistic introduction of present-day ideas and perspectives into depictions or interpretations of the past. As the exhibition evolves we will be sending more over.
Mark Sink reports
Still working on Out Door Gallery .. Photo fence like.
I am Lining up artist talks at RedLine. those that have a lecture or ideas for one let me know.
We are planning a special evening to see the collection of Paul Harbaugh.
Hoping to coordinate that with the visit and lectures of Alt photo master Mark Osterman.
State Capital - Show in final selections.
Emily Nelson reports she I have a cafe/gallery space that is in for March called the Blue Mug. I am working on possibly getting all three of their locations.
Emily Nelson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Karen Desjardin reports Confirmed March 2017 MOP show at the Depot Arts Center in Steamboat Springs. I will soon be sending you a press release and call for entry.
Rebecca PlatteForum for MoP.
CALL FOR Photography-Based Lead Artists to Teach ArtLab calls closes soon.
MoP listing deadline January 15th 2017. Sooner the better !
New announcements :
We have two new "calls for work "
Artworks Loveland's call for entries for our MoP juried show is live. Here is a link to the call for entries if you'd like to take a look and share with whoever you think would like to apply: https://artworksloveland.submittable.com/submit/70195/call-for-entries-photography-unsettled
Art Students League
Flipside: An Alt Angle to Photo Processes
Juried Exhibition | Juror: Samantha Johnston, Executive Director with CPAC
Deadline to Enter: January 23, 2017 (Visit callforentry.org to apply)
Exhibition Dates: March 4 – April 21, 2017
Fourth Friday | Artist Reception: March 24 | 5:30 – 8
Join the Art Students League as we celebrate Denver’s biennial MoP (Month of Photography)! Flipside is a regional juried exhibition that explores non-traditional and non-commercial photography in alternative processes. From pinhole, cyanotype, wet & dry plate processes, inkodye, Polaroid art, solarisation, photo etchings and everything in between, artists today are revisiting the unique world of alternative processes.
This show is open to Colorado residents at least 18 years of age.
The call is live on CAFÉ, here is the link (if you need it): https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=3903
Juror’s choice award during our Juried show for the Month Of Photography in 2015.
DATELINE is pleased to present Hush-Hush: Photography by Hannah Green.
Hannah Green was the recipient of our Juror’s choice award during our Juried show for the Month Of Photography in 2015. Our Juror for the show was Cassandra Heiser of the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.
OPENING Saturday November 12
RUNS November 12 - December 2, 2016
Paula Gillen reports: Mary Horrocks are meeting this Sunday to discuss a MOP show at ACE Community Gallery in north Boulder.
Stephen Collector will be exhibiting black and white photography of New Mexico at Lucky's Cafe, March 1 - May 31, 2017. His mystical images of New Mexico landscapes, portraits and architecture were produced during a 2012 Art Residency at the Frank Waters Foundation in Arroyo Seco, NM. Lucky's Cafe is open 7 days a week from 7AM to 2PM. Address: 3980 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304
Laura Shill is overseeing a student-led photo show at the UC Boulder VAC photo darkroom area for the MOP.
Melanie Walker and Alex Sweetman are requesting space on the ground floor at UC Boulder, VAC to curate a photo show in that area.
701 Gallery who is participating in MoP has a collodion wet plate show up this month that are at very affordable prices ($50 each) its a beautiful show.
MoP Banner Ad going up on Dikeou Collection mailing for three months.
Wendi Schneider <email@example.com>
My list keeps growing. Aline Smithson would also like to be in my exhibit.
I have around 40 photographers now. " WE NEED A HOME "
Sonia Rae - Clyfford Still Museum is participating again this year.Their team are going to pull together images from the Clyfford Still archives.
Eileen Feltman Rocky Mountain Land Library is working on a wonderful " Photographing Clouds " project ..called the Curtis Park Cloud Atlas Project.
Dania Pettus just let us know that Edge Gallery will be leaving their place in the Navajo district in December (rent increase). They are moving into Concept, but not until May. SO ... the high school show needs a new home .. Ideas anyone ?
We are also losing Pirate Gallery for MoP this year.
Back to good news:
Pedro at Svper Ordinary reports they will have a exhibiton with photographer Jack Ludlam.
George P Perez reports for The Temple:
"i'm interested in doing a call to curate photographers from a artist cooperative in San Fran. It would be nice to create this SF/DEN connection for MOP.
This is their Instagram: http://instagram.com/minnesotastreetproject "