Veterans Workshop Series offers 5 months of advanced photography education, training and mentorship, free of charge to Denver area US Military Veterans. Colorado Photographic Arts Center developed and administers the program and is the recipient of an Arts in Society grant for 2018-2019.
For a whole day this summer, Lone Tree Arts Center opened its doors to local community and families affected by autism and other sensory processing sensitivities so that they could get a behind the scenes look at the elements that go into creating a live performance; the new event is an expansion of their nationally-recognized Sensory Friendly Family Tree program.
Arts in Society grantees were announced at the 10th Annual RedLine EPIC Gala on April 19th, 2018 in Denver. After a rigorous process and many phenomenal submissions, 22 Colorado artists and organizations have been selected to win $480,000 through Arts in Society funding backed by Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, Colorado Creative Industries, and Hemera Foundation in partnership with RedLine Contemporary Art Center. Grants of between $10,000–$36,000 have been awarded to 22 artists and organizations, to facilitate projects in their communities that address today's most urgent social issues.
Elsewhere Studios is pleased to announce progress in their INSPIRED: Art at Work developments - four projects for their Summer 2018 program of socially-engaged art. Two art projects from the North Fork Valley, and two visiting artists-in-residence will be hosted at Elsewhere Studios in Paonia, Colorado.
Denver- Wednesday, November 28, 2017 - RedLine is excited to announce 41 finalists who will submit full proposals to be considered for Arts in Society grants in the coming year.