Education at RedLIne is a innovative and accessible program that engages the community in exploration of art along with providing a resource that nurtures the multifaceted relationships present between art, artists and the public. Our vision is create sustainable and impactful programming that meets the needs of the community while developing learners that are invested in their education, their world and the transformative power of art.
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.
Curator's Workshop 101
The Curator’s Workshop is designed to familiarize participants with the various aspects involved in curating contemporary art. The program is designed for the novice curator and geared towards an introduction to the practical skills needed for exhibition making and curatorial responsibilities. The first course culminates in each student’s production of a formal curatorial proposal.
Reach is a free, open and supportive arts studio space where artists in Denver’s “not exactly” homeless and in-transition community 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- in their art and in their lives. Reach is held in the community studio from 1-4 pm every Tuesday and on second and fourth Wednesdays.
The Northeast Denver Youth Engagement Zone is a collaboration that connects schools, community agencies, businesses, parents, youth and residents in a concerted effort to create multiple community-based learning experiences for youth. All programs through YEZ follow a six step service learning process.
The RedLine Young Artists is a collaboration between RedLIne and Rocky Mountain Parents as Teachers. Classes offer children and a caregiver the opportunity to explore making art together in RedLIne’s inspired art space! Kids will use paint, drawing materials, collage items and other exciting art materials. Children will take home a finished art project each class. Themes will be based on children’s books and a selected art technique.
Join the Denver Public Library and RedLine every first Monday from 4-5:30 pm for a free Creative Literacy Activity. Elementary age children are welcome, accompanied by an adult. Classes taken place alternately at either RedLine or the Blair-Caldwell Library.
The classes are designed to welcome folks who are new to practicing yoga and specifically focused on introducing yoga to those who are less likely to feel comfortable in the traditional yoga studio. Instructor Tyrone Beverly has taught yoga for over 10 years and his extreme passion for equality, humans rights, diversity, unity, physical and social health has lead him to become one of Denver’s leading advocates in health and wellness. Donations are accepted up to $10 to compensate the instructor. All additional proceeds will go towards growing the program.
For more information about classes and upcoming programs please contact Robin, Education Director, at email@example.com.