PJ D'Amico - Executive Director
PJ D’Amico brings over 20 years of experience to the nonprofit sector where he has served as an executive director, program officer in philanthropy, development officer, board member and advocate for social change at both the local and national level. He received his B.S. in Political Science and M.S. in Theological Studies from Emory University and holds a Masters of Nonprofit Management degree from Regis University. PJ began his career working as a grassroots community organizer in Atlanta where he worked with Jimmy Carter’s Atlanta Project and Hands On Atlanta. He went on to become the National Director of AmeriCorps Alums whose mission it was to build a national platform for civic engagement among 450,000 National Service Alumni. Prior to joining RedLine in 2010, PJ worked as a consultant with Richard Male & Associates where he provided comprehensive resource development, strategic planning, leadership and evaluation consulting services to nonprofits and international NGOs. In addition to leading RedLine operations, PJ serves as a Program Officer with the Buck Foundation. Additionally, PJ received the Colorado Trust Fellowship and serves as an adjunct faculty at Regis University in the Masters of Nonprofit Management Program.
Louise Pilar Martorano - Deputy Director
Ms. Martorano holds a M.H. from The University of Colorado at Denver with a focus in Contemporary Art History & Music and has ten years management experience in both for-profit and non-profit arts organizations. In addition, Ms. Martorano has four years experience in the film industry producing and fundraising for independent films that have received international festival recognition in Dallas, Austin, Poland, and Denver. 2011 brought her first co-curated art production entitled Project Hello at Denver ‘s Taxi by Zeppelin complex. Project Hello was a juried exhibition of 40 emerging Denver artists working in film, design, craft, poetry, and music, culinary, visual and performing arts that welcomed over 400 visitors. Presently, Ms. Martorano is honored and excited to be a part of the innovative art community at RedLine.
Jeremiah J Archuleta - Facilities & Installation Manager
Mr. Archuleta studied photography at Colorado State University and received a Bachelor of Fine Art form Metropolitan State College of Denver. He brings four years of professional experience as a preparator installing major exhibitions for galleries and museums such as The Center for Visual Arts, Museo de las Americas, Robischon Gallery, Foothills Art Center, Walker Fine Art, and the EventGallery 910 Arts. In addition to his work in museums and galleries, Mr. Archuleta has volunteered in the community as a motivational speaker for Mont View Correctional Facility, assisted with art workshops for the Boys and Girls Club of Denver, and Arts Builds Communities.
Adam Buehler - Reach Studio & Volunteer Coordinator
Adam Buehler is an artist, teacher, and passionate advocate for his family, friends, colleagues, and clients- and the goals they are pursuing. He strives to use his creativity, compassion, and dedication to empower others to expand their own expectations of what is possible in their lives, and to leverage that individual effect to impact the greater community. Adam’s experience in art goes back to drawing on his bedroom wall when he was a kid. He took painting, drawing, and pottery classes throughout school and started an improv theater group with friends in high school. Since finishing college he has set out to dig deeper into his own abstract painting and practices in a studio space shared with friends in the Santa Fe Arts District. His community work experience includes co-directing an arts center in the Five Points neighborhood, volunteering with the needle exchange program at the Harm Reduction Action Center, and managing cold weather homeless shelters during the winter in the Denver area. In May of 2012, Adam began volunteering with the Reach Studio program at RedLine- inspired by the possibilities of artistic expression in the homeless, "not exactly" homeless, and marginalized communities. He is very excited to help deepen and expand this program during 2013. Adam also works as an ice sculptor and teaches elementary school students at the Denver Center for International Studies at Ford Elementary in their Global Integrated Arts program. Adam holds a MA in International Relations and a BA in Spanish from the University of Denver.
Robin Gallite - Education Director
Ms. Gallite studied Fine Arts in her Bachelors degree and Educational Leadership in her Masters with a focus in Mental Health in Schools. She has taught for 5 years both Mathematics and Visual Arts for Aurora Public Schools at the middle school level. She also spent time in London studying Art History and a year abroad teaching in Monterrey, Mexico at an American Foundation School. As Education Director of RedLine, she brings her diverse background in public, private and alternative Education along with her perspectives as an artist. She is gratified to be a part of progressive art space and a staff that reflects such ambitious growth and critical thinking. Ms. Gallite believes in the power of education to transform an individual and society.
Audrey Potter - Marketing & Special Events Manager
Ms. Potter holds a B.F.A in Painting from Metropolitan State College of Denver, where she graduated with honors. She has volunteered in various community centers and arts organizations in Colorado and her home state of Oregon. Her tenure at RedLine began as a dedicated volunteer before inevitably getting hired on. In her spare time, Ms. Potter enjoys printmaking, book-binding, cooking, baking and a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, trail running, and more recently, rock climbing.
Adam Gordon - Development & Special Projects Manager
Adam Gordon is a conceptual artist, musician, social innovator and entrepreneur. He is the creator of RedLine’s National Endowment for The Arts, Our Town recipient - R Village program, and a musician in Sea of Eyes. Adam is also the founder of A Village Environment and of Transformative Ideas & Events. Prior to his current position as RedLine’s Development & Special Projects Manager, Adam organized and managed the Smithsonian/Cooper Hewitt “Design for the Other 90%” Denver exhibition at RedLine. He has also worked for Dr. Paul Polak, founder of International Development Enterprises, and for Rosemary Carroll, managing partner of the prominent music law firm Carroll, Guido & Groffman, LLP. Adam enjoys cultural experiences. He has traveled extensively and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations from the University of Southern California. Adam is humbled and fortunate to be a part of such a dynamic institution and is excited to help RedLine grow.