She Crossed the Line

 

Image Credit: Chen Man, front cover of Vision Magazine, 2004

She Crossed the Line, 2014

She Crossed the Line is RedLine's year-long exhibition and program series that features five exhibitions of trailblazing women artists who have been instrumental in laying the foundations of contemporary art. 

Throughout the year, RedLine and RBC Wealth Management will host a series of dialogues that cross the line to address contemporary issues impacting women, girls and our community at large.

RedLine would also like to extend a special thanks to our title sponsor, RBC Wealth Management,  Legacy Circle Members & Sponsors of She Crossed the Line:

Title Sponsor: RBC Wealth Management

Legacy Circle Members: Gretchen Gagel, Lynda Goldstein, Celeste Grynberg, Laura Merage, Sabrina Merage, and Judi M. Wagner. 

Artist Sponsors: Cynda Collins Arsenault, Lee Everding, Pam Gagel, Olson-Vander Heyden Foundation, Susan & Jeremy Shamos, Arlene & Barry Hirschfeld.

Additional Support: Sheila Bisenius, Lynda D. Campbell, Patricia J. Cooper, Rhondda Grant, Rachel Grynberg, Patti H. Marks, Tina and Tom Obermeier, and Vicki & Harry Sterling. 

Join & Support the She Crossed the Line Campaign!

For giving levels and special opportunities related to the She Crossed the Line campaign email Geoffrey Shamos at gshamos@redlineart.org. Thank you for your support!

Upcoming Programs & Partnerships

Voices Salon Series II - In Her Voice: She Crossed the Line

Date & Time: March 22, 10:30-11:30 am

For more information, contact Louise Martorano at louise.martorano@redlineart.org.

Women Advancing Women - A Conversation About Crossing the Line

Date & Time: April 22, 10 am

For more information, contact Geoffrey Shamos at gshamos@redlineart.org.

A Women's Festival - Women's Networking Event

Date & Time: July 10, 3-8 pm

For more information, contact Louise Martorano at louise.martorano@redlineart.org

Politics & Abstraction - Hosted by Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

Date & Time: September 11, 6-8 pm

For more information, contact Louise Martorano at louise.martorano@redlineart.org.

Program & Event Community Partners:

Art Students League of Denver, Colorado Women's College, Denver Eclectics,  Front Range Women in the Visual Arts, Asian Art Coordinating Council, Voices Film Festival, The Denver Film Society, Wonderbound, Electing Women, Women's Health & Research Center, Chicken & Egg, Women's Global Empowerment Fund, A Women's Festival, Moxie Exchange, Three Tomatoes Catering, The Institute for Women's Studies & Services at Metropolitan State University, Masters of Humanities and Social Sciences Program at the University of Colorado / Denver, University of Colorado / Boulder Art & Art History Department.

The following exhibitions and events throughout Denver focus on women's issues or women artists:

Victoria Myhren Gallery, The Female Gaze: Selfhood and Community from the Linda Lee Alter Collection of Art by Women, March 27-May 5

Sync Gallery, Choice Points, Marcella Nordbeck, February 21- March 15

David B. Smith Gallery, Sarah McKenzie: Transitional, March 14-April 12

Artwork Network, Copasetic, Mary Mackey and Nathalie Guarracino, March 7-April 30

Plinth Gallery, New Work, Gail Kendall, February 7-March 29

aBuzz Gallery, Judith Cassel-Mamet, February 28-March 16

Ice Cube Gallery, Wreak: macro and microcosms, Kristen Bartel and Beauty and the Sublime, Amber Fries, March 6-March 29, 2014

Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Feminism + CO, March 20, 2014 and Senga Nengudi: The Material Body, April 10-July 13, 2014

Skylite Station, Women’s Edition-Printmaking Show & Sale, March 7-28, 2014

O’Sullivan Art Gallery at Regis University, Multiple Originals: A Women’s History, March 11-April 10, 2014

Denver Art Museum, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook: Recent Video Works, through May 18, 2014