•FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE• For more information, contact: Michael Burnett • Space Gallery 400 Santa Fe Drive • Denver, CO 80204 Phone: (720) 904-1088 • EMAIL The Picture Society Event Friday, March 13, 2015 6-9 PM (reception begins @6; presentation starts @ 7 PM) DENVER—Space Gallery is pleased to announce the Picture Society’s eye-opening event—and a first for the Santa Fe Arts District—a celebration of storytelling through the art and voices of photographers in a unique and most unexpected presentation. And the evening’s first surprise: a photo exhibition it’s not. Taking its audience beyond the classic notion of pictures on walls, the event is an intimate, immersive multimedia experience in which narrative, music and photography combine; a way of bringing the audience close to the characters and nuances of life as seen through the eyes of people who’ve experienced them first hand. More than photojournalism, more than a documentary exposition, this experience unites viewers and the world in unexpected ways, through unexpected connections. “We’ve found that the fascination with this multimedia event goes far beyond fans of photography alone,” says event curator Sarah LaVigne. “Any arts-lover for whom curiosity is an active part of cultural life, anyone who values the diversity and breadth of human experience, will find richness in this larger-than-life view.” Featured artists include: Morgan Rachel Levy • Bryan Schutmaat • Narayan Mahon • Herclay Heart • Dina Litovsky • Jenny Riffle • Benjamin Rasmussen And for those intrigued by the possibilities of the visual image, they’ll find more inspiration all around them: Guests for this event will also have access to the Space Gallery’s groundbreaking photo exhibition “Grays” that runs through March 22. Donations are requested, all of which will go toward the Picture Society’s events and the continuation of their unique mission to bring storytelling to the art of photography. Light libations will be on hand. Space Gallery, at 400 Santa Fe Drive, has in a very short time become the southernmost anchor for the Santa Fe Arts District, a purpose-built a testament to Denver’s thriving art scene and the kaleidoscopic ideas that live there.
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