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.
Beginning January 12, join the Art Students League of Denver, Clyfford Still Museum, and RedLine for a special collaborative series of Moxie U programming focused on professional development lectures designed to help artists enhance their business practices. Topics include how to write an artist statement, PR 101 for artists, project budgets, client contracts, grants, requests for proposals (RFPs), how to price your artwork, and more. Read More.
In 2016 RedLine will present R/Evolution, a series of exhibitions, programs, events, and community installations that examines the relationship between social revolution and cultural or political evolution. Historically, artists have often been at the vanguard of revolutionary actions. Read More.
Through the Play Space project, RedLine aims to activate Mestizo-Curtis Park through community-driven, artist-led projects, so we're seeking artists to design projects that are socially engaged, grounded in the neighborhood and fun.
ArtCorps Mentoring is a year-long mentorship between community artists and youth at Whittier School and Manual High School, both under-resourced neighborhood schools in Five Points. Through a one-on-one mentorship, students explore the arts and design a social engagement project related to their lives and communities. In collaboration with their mentor, students act as socially engaged artists and learn to approach life with the inquiring mind of an artist.
Drawing Never Dies: RedLine's Third Annual Juried Exhibition is open to all artists over the age of 18 working in any 2D, 3D, and/or new media. Drawing Never Dies will be held in RedLine's Exhibition Hall. We are pleased to announce Daisy McGowan and Donald Fodness as this year's jurors.
RedLine invites artists and curators worldwide to submit exhibition proposals. Space for exhibitions is limited and highly competitive. Our exhibition schedule is carefully balanced to present our viewers with an outstanding contemporary art program. RedLine' s exhibition committee will review proposals twice a year. The deadlines to receive proposals for review are July 1st – Sept 1st. 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.
Reach Studio creates a free, open and supportive arts studio space where those in the Denver homeless community and beyond can come to express themselves creatively, be exposed to new art forms, collaborate with peers, learn new skills and challenge each other to take the next step.
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
We are pleased to announce the Denver instance of the international exhibition series Bring Your Own Beamer (http://www.byobworldwide.com). The premise of BYOB is to ask local media based artists to bring their own projectors to a physical location in order to showcase recent work. BYOB has already taken place in over a dozen cities worldwide, involving artists of an extended and dispersed networked community.