This exhibit represents a survey of the projects that received funding in 2017 and are currently taking place across the state of Colorado.
Human Condition(s) is a curated group exhibition that asks artists to diagnose the current state of humanity through the lens of morality. Through intimate personal investigations, social commentary, and collaborative projects artists pose questions and provide solutions to an array of issues affecting our collective moral compass.
Curated by Julie Segraves
Sponsored by The Asian Art Coordinating Council and The Beijing Art Institute of Chinese Fine Art Painting
An exhibition of the creative works of talented seniors in the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree programs of Painting and Drawing, Transmedia Sculpture, Photography, Illustration, Digital Animation, and Digital Design. Featuring abstracts by graduating Bachelor of Arts in Art History students.
Curated by Cortney Lane Stell in collaboration with Black Cube
RedLine's 10th anniversary program series launched on on February 2nd with the opening reception for 10X, an exhibition that celebrates ten years of RedLine's Artist-in-Residence program. The entire 29,000 square foot building has been curated (inside and out) to celebrate the contributions and works of over 86 resident artists and alumni.
Join us at RedLine on November 10, 2017 for the opening reception of a special exhibition of works by artists' Joan Burleson and Jandel Allen-Davis. Featuring both solo work and works in collaboration, Burleson and Allen-Davis explore consonance and dissonance in their materials and process.
Curated by Jessica Kooiman Parker
Artists in the 21st century have to be shrewd to stand out. They often employ multiple disciplines to produce notable work. They challenge the world around them and explore unusual notions. This collection exemplifies artists using any means necessary to express themselves.
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A collaborative exhibit co-presented by RedLine, Contemporary Expressions of Art, Latino Community Foundation of Colorado, and Building Bridges Art Exchange.
In this exhibit, artists are investigating the ways in which communities reshape their own collective identity and reveal a continuous transformation that is visible in the artistic movements taking place throughout the Americas.
LAND TRUST is an attempt to slow down and get our feet back on solid ground, to explore the cultural practices that connect us physically and spiritually to the world, and to look squarely at the human effects of environmental change. From urban agriculture to utopian aspirations, and environmentally initiated displacement to artistic approaches for protecting resources, LAND TRUST is an exploration of the multifarious connections between people and the living landscape.
Thursday, May 25, 4:30pm to Sunday, June 18, 5pm
ArtCorps Mentoring pairs middle school students together with local artists to work together one-on-one for an entire school year. Students design and create social justice art projects, which are then shown at RedLine. Come to the ArtCorps Mentoring Exhibition to see socially engaged work by students and artist mentors!
RedLine’s EPIC Arts program provides opportunities for K-12 students in Denver to explore social issues through contemporary art. Each semester RedLine Resident Artists and Denver community artists are matched with students and educators, resulting in unique art collaborations that are conceptual and student-generated. The program, which culminates in the EPIC Youth Exhibition, amplifies students’ voices by offering an opportunity for young people to express their unique perspectives and ideas about today’s world through art.
Since opening in 2008, RedLine Contemporary Art Center has held an annual exhibition featuring work by artists in the residency program. 2017 will launch with Nice Work If You Can Get It featuring RedLine Resident Artists and curated by Daisy McGowan – Gallery Director & Curator for the Gallery of Contemporary Art, Colorado Springs. This exhibit will explore the reality of “making it” as an artist demands hard work, space and funding.