*All events are free and open to the public. Participants are welcome to come and go throughout the summit. If you plan to attend any part of the summit, please RSVP to Misha, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday, August 10
7:45am-12:00pm Breakfast Launch (breakfast provided): Performances by ILL Se7en and artists from Creative Strategies for Change, presentations by Lisa Gedgaudas from Arts & Venues, Gary Steuer from Bonfils-Stanton and RedLine, a series of ten minutes talks, and a walking tour with Graham Coreil-Allen.
12pm-1pm Brown Bag Lunch
6pm-9pm Art Through a Social Lens Opening Reception featuring three unique socially-engaged art projects and exhibits:
New Public Sites: Graham Coriel-Allen.
Institute for Non-Bizarre Treatment: Dale Zalmstra, Peter Yumi, Maggie Wiese, Annabelle Wiese, Katie Watson, Frankie Toan w/JanieWhateva, Jonah Welch, laub, Jonas Jaeger, and James Forlano, Katie Taft, dylan scholinski, Regan Rosburg, Sarah Rockett, Loretta K. Notareschi w/Playground Ensemble, Brii Nicholas, Suchitra Mattai, Karolina Lubkova, Jack Love, Brenda LaBier, Deborah Jang, Susan Hopp /Patrick Loehr, Esther Hernandez, John Haley III, Justin Beard, Natrisha Bayer w/Lael Moe, Alicia Bailey, Theresa Anderson.
Unframed: Print for Change: Ariella Asher, Chris Buske, Jessie Bonilla, Jayne Butler, Marco Cousins, Sarah Fukami, Ryan Kowalkchik, Amanda Gault, Shelby Merrick, Chuck McCoy, Erin McMillin, Job Ortiz, Roberta Restaino, Eileen Richardson, Carley Rickles, Frances Ritichie, Mike Roderique, Masha Sha, Kenton Visser, Melanie Yazzie, and more to come throughout the evening.
Thursday, August 11
8:15am-6pm Workshops & Ten Minute Talks
6:00-7:30pm New Public Sites Tour, Graham Coreil-Allen
6:00pm-7:30pm Task Party with Talya Dornbush and Barth Quenzer
7:30pm-9:00pm Art Mecca L3
6:00pm-10:00pm Socially Engaged Art Projects by Tara Rynders, Erica Richards, Sarah Rockett and Graficomovil
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! An exciting collaboration between RedLine, the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, and the Hemera Foundation will be announced during the 48 Hours of Socially Engaged Art & Conversation summit. These announcements will take place during the breakfast launch and exhibition opening and will reveal the details of an incredible upcoming opportunity for artists and organizations to build capacity for social practice projects in the Denver Metro area. These events are not to be missed!
Support for this and other RedLine programming is provided by Denver Arts & Venues, Civic Canopy, Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, Hemera Foundation, Colorado Creative Industries, and the citizens who support the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District.