RedLine engages approximately 15–20 artists at any given time who remain “in residence” for a two or three year period. In exchange for a small stipend artists receive studio space and mentoring from three to four accomplished artists per year who may be “in residence” or may be guests of RedLine on a more intermittent basis. Read More.
RedLine’s Resource Artist Program is a mentoring platform for Artist-in-Residence to connect and engage with prominent Denver-based artists. RedLine dedicates studio space to Resource Artists adjacent to our Artist-in-Residence studios to facilitate and foster these relationships. This is one of the many tiers of support that RedLine provides to encourage artistic growth in an environment where Artist-in-Residence cross the red line and take their careers to the next level. Read More.
Until recently, RedLine’s focus has been largely upon the visual arts. Now, RedLine is expanding its focus to include the arts of writing. Beginning in the fall of 2011, four writers will join the community of painters, sculptors, photographers, filmmakers, and other artists who have been making RedLine their home for the past three years. RedLine writers will remain in residence for a 2-year period. In exchange for a small stipend, they will receive studio space and a great many opportunities to interact and collaborate with other artists, visual and verbal, who make up the RedLine community, as well as with members of the community at large. Read More.
RedLine's Visiting Artist Program invites local, national, and/or international artists from outside our residency program to create, challenge, and exhibit their creative practice while engaging with the greater RedLine community. Each visiting artist is given a studio, which allows for creative exchange about their work with both in-resident artists and the public at large. Read More.