In 2014 RedLine will present She Crossed the Line, five exhibitions of trailblazing women artists who have been instrumental in laying the foundations of contemporary art. Read more.
RedLine is proud to introduce a weekly non-instructive figure workshop that is open to all media. Every Monday from 6:30-9:30 pm, RedLine will provide a live model for attendees to work from. RedLine artists will be present to monitor and assist with each session.
In this six-session seminar students will develop skills for writing art criticism. Through reading, observation, discussion, and writing, you will hone the analytic, intuitive, and creative tools involved in writing about works of art.
Chen Man is a Chinese fashion photographer known for her strong aesthetic eye and use of computerized 3-D rendering techniques. Chen Man’s photographs feature women and examine the changing views on the female role in Chinese culture today. A New Attitude will be Chen Man's first solo exhibition in the U.S. Read more.
Join RedLine Resident Artist, Chinn Wang, for her March edition of The Artist Studio at the printmaking studios on the University of Denver campus. Attendees will also receive a brief overview of traditional serigraphy techniques and will have an opportunity to print a CMYK image onto paper. Materials provided. Read More.
The Artist Studio features one resident artist every month. Taking place during RiNo Second Saturdays, the featured artist will produce an event of their own design. Read More.
Classes offer children (ages 3-5) and a caregiver the opportunity to explore making art together in RedLine's inspired art space! Art projects will be based on a theme from a children's book and a selected art technique. Read More.
Join us for the first annual EPIC Gala to support and foster the convergence of art, community and education at RedLine! This special event will honor RedLine’s founder, Laura Merage, and recognize Vicki & Harry Sterling with the first Laura Merage Transforming Communities Award. Read More.
This exhibition explores the artist’s performances created since the 1970s. Nengudi’s work since is typified by a hybrid blend of sculpture, performance, and more recently video, that melds the body in movement and ritual with the use of common, everyday materials, including plastic sheeting, nylon mesh, masking tape, and sand. Read more.
Harmony Hammond, one of today’s boldest abstract painters, earned national recognition as a feminist and queer activist for her role as co-founder of A.I.R. Gallery and of Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Arts & Politics. Curated by art historian Tirza True Latimer, RedLine will present the exhibition Becoming/Unbecoming Monochrome, juxtaposing Hammond’s weave paintings from the late 1970s with striking examples of her recent large-scale near monochrome works. Read more.
Judy Chicago is an artist, author, feminist, educator, and intellectual whose career now spans over five decades. This Fall RedLine will celebrate Chicago’s 75th birthday by presenting a retrospective of her work, with a special emphasis on her fiber works. Read more.