Awards

  • 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