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.
RedLine is excited to present Press Play, as part of our series of city-wide exhibitions to engage all ages and demographics in play. Research has shown that playful behavior has positive effects on the brain and increases our capacity to learn, no matter our age. Engaging in play also promotes participation, creativity, and social skills for both children and adults. Play, like art, has the potential to promote happiness and curiosity by disrupting daily routines. In doing so, play inspires creative experimentation and the innovation that drives economic development. This site specific exhibition includes a series of digital prints, video projections, video games and large scale installations.
RedLine has a new project Play Space and is seeking artist to submit proposals for socially engaged art project in summer 2015. Deadline for proposals are May 8thand project includes a $400 artist stipend.
This event showcases the creative work of all the talented seniors in the bachelor of fine arts degree programs of Painting/Drawing, Sculpture, Photography, Transmedia, Illustration and Digital Design. The exhibition opens on May 2 and runs through May 10th. On Thursday, May 7th, there will be a closing reception for the exhibition at RedLine from 5-8pm. The exhibition and closing reception are free and open to the public. We hope to see you there!
RedLine’s Educational Partnership Initiative for the Creative (EPIC) Arts program provides a platform for RedLine Residents Artists to work in collaboration with educators from Denver area K-12 schools to implement an experiential curriculum that creates a body of artwork through a lens of contemporary social Justice. EPIC Arts takes place Fall and Spring Semesters with a Youth Exhibition at the end of the semester in RedLine’s project space.
"Play Grounds, looks at contemporary artworks that engage in concepts of play that turn common interactions and attitudes towards familiar spaces on their head. Artists have looked at interrupting our everyday lives in order to transform common modes of interaction with the world into grounds for creativity, exploration and the new. These playful types of artworks are innately engaging, and also reflective to adults and children alike. The exhibition features both an indoor exhibition at RedLine and an interactive installation throughout the city of Denver." -- Ruth Bruno and Cortney Lane Stell, curators
A dynamic program in three parts that explore's RedLine's exhibitions through unconventional methods. Kind of wacky, kind of amusing, kind of intellectual- the program presents three takes on the current exhibition and may include dialogue, fireside chats, performances, interactive art experiences, debates by artists, and hat tricks. Explorations at the intersections of play and art.