If you are traveling through the Denver International Airport(DIA) between May 25 and July 29, 2007, be sure to check out the exhibit in the A concourse and terminal galleries presented by The Center for Fine Art Photography. My digital collage, Wings, was juried into the exhibit that features 150 artworks chosen out of almost 4,000 submissions.
There is a cool short movie about the public art and exhibition spaces at DIA. According to the movie, DIA is one of the largest public art collections in one location in the country.
For Immediate Release
May 25, 2007
Fort Collins, CO USA
Contact: Larry Padgett, Executive Director
970-4224-1010 or email@example.com
INTERNATIONAL FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT
OPENS AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MAY 25 – JULY 29, 2007
A collection of international fine art photography is being exhibited at Denver International Airport (DIA) in the A concourse and terminal galleries beginning May 25, 2007. The Center for Fine Art Photography is presenting a unique showcase of 150 images from established and emerging photographers throughout the world. Varying from traditional black and white film to digitally altered creations, this remarkable exhibit features selected prints from almost 4,000 images that were submitted for this exhibition.
The DIA Invitational is the last of four exhibitions The Center for Fine Art Photography has displayed at DIA since September 2006. The exhibitions on Concourse A, C and in the Terminal Gallery are located on the mezzanine level. The galleries are open 24 hours a day. It is estimated that this exhibit will be viewed by thousands of people each day until the exhibit ends July 29.
The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado, is located in the
Museum of Contemporary Art building in historic Old Town. The Center is a nonprofit arts organization that receives support from public and private donations, and sponsorships by Hewlett-Packard, Denver International Airport, Fine Print Imaging, and LifePics Professional Services.