RedLine and the Colorado Village Collaborative will tour a mobile tiny home activated by socially engaged artists to demonstrate the vitality and creativity emerging from tiny home communities.
Movements: Transcending and Traversing
48 Hours of Socially Engaged Art & Conversation Summit is a two day summit and exhibition that engages cultural organizations, non-profits, artists, and individuals to share their expertise on cultural responsiveness, social responsibility, and collective leadership. Inspired by Denver’s Imagine 2020 Cultural Plan, 48 Hours aims to promote positive social change through creativity and innovation.
This program will give people basic sewing skills and an opportunity to socialize with other participants as they construct their one-of-a-kind caps. Imagine if you can make a hat in under two hours - imagine all the other garments and accessories you can construct using repurposed materials, a needle, and thread.
Opening reception: June 15, 6-9pm.
Show runs: June 15-July 8, 2018.
Curated by Sarah Rockett.
Join Jin Sha and Julie Segraves for a conversation with the artist on June 8 from 6 - 7:30 PM at RedLine. This program corresponds with the current exhibition on view Mastering Illusion: The Contemporary Ink Paintings of Jin Sha.
Eating Denver is part of an ongoing creative project exploring community, personal and cultural values and the boundaries between public life and private habits. The evening will culminate in each participant designing a personalized dish that will be theirs to keep.
A Word about Words: Language, Meaning, & Intent
The language we use is powerful. Our communication sets the stage for how authentic our engagement is with others. How can we create an equal exchange and break down the barriers? How do we challenge the assumptions and fear around how we talk about each other?
What are your creative hang-ups? We all have them, whether it's the fear of failure or being a sell-out, to the overarching feeling of "not being artist enough." Whatever your hang up might be we'd love for you to share it, and then listen with open minds to the testimonials of fellow artists and writers.
RedLine's Brown Bag Lunch Program takes place on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 12-1pm. Topics are generated from the participants of the program and each month a new topic is chosen by RedLine staff. As always, Brown Bag Lunch is free and open to everyone! We encourage you to bring friends, your lunch, and your ideas!
Topic: Thoughts on the National Memorial for Peace and Justice.
Do you struggle with pricing your work? Industry experts will share important lessons, advice, and tools about pricing. Join us at RedLine for this workshop presented in collaboration with the Arts Students League of Denver and the Clyfford Still Museum.
In this fun and interactive workshop participants will explore the range and capacity of their voices, bodies, and imaginations.
An introduction class to simple relief printmaking using 4x6" linoleum blocks. Participants will be introduced to the basic concept and techniques of relief printmaking and carving. A variety of books on block printing and examples will be provided.
RedLine’s 5th-Annual Juried Exhibition is open to all artists over the age of 18 working in any 2D or 3D media. This exhibition will be held in RedLine’s Project Space. Artists are encouraged to submit their best work. All entries must have been completed within the last two years.
Join us for an evening of sustainable living practices centered around the concept of Earthships. Participants will be provided with materials to create their own Earthship model and explore what this movement in earth architecture means for our future.
Come on, you know it needs to happen! Now, on this special President’s Day edition of Make/Shift Monday, tell the world what you want with your own hand-embroidered patch.