2017 "Livingston Fellowship" from the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation
Awarded to RedLine's Executive Director, Louise Martorano, an honor that recognizes “promising nonprofit leaders who hold significant leadership roles in Colorado’s nonprofit sector.”
2017 Winner of Colorado Art Tank grant
To support “Moveable Feast,” a series of community dinners celebrating the Five Points neighborhood
2016 Winner of Mayor's "Race & Justice Design Challenge"
For RedLine's “Community Cypher” Project, with Creative Strategies for Change
2015 “Mayor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts”
Organization that best embodies the priorities and values of the City of Denver's cultural plan, "Imagine 2020"
2015 PBS "News Hour"
RedLine's Reach Studio Program receives national attention
2015 "Partners in Change Award"
From the Greenway Foundation
2014 "Mayor's Award for Excellence in the Arts"
The EPIC Arts Program is recognized for Unique Collaboration
2014 "Colorado Museum Art Educator of Year Award"
Awarded to Robin Gallite, RedLine's Program Director, from Colorado Art Educators Association
2012 - 2013 "Our Town Award"
From the National Endowment of the Arts, with letters of recognition from Congresswoman Diana DeGette, and Senator Michael Bennet
2012 "Community Engagement Award"
From Denver Public Schools