Join us for open work sessions in RedLine’s Community Studio on the last Sunday of the month, 1:30-4:30PM. The Denver Papier Mache Club's mission is as serious as it is silly: to offer time and space for artists to gather and experiment with papier mache while having fun.
June 29 - August 3, 2019
Public Reception: June 29, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Hyperlink is a diverse collective of artists based in Denver whose mission is to foster meaningful connections between artists, curators, institutions, and viewers through the organization of exhibition exchanges in partnering communities.
June 29th – July 28th, 2019
Public Reception: June 29, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Participating Artists: Vinni Alfonso, Justin Beard, Neil Bender, Megan Bray, Sommer Browning, Marco Cousins, Tobias Fike, Matt Harris, Madeline Jo, Severin Moore, Coleman Mummery, Ben Siekierski, Kristen Hatgi Sink
This year, 48 Hours will change to a one day block party event, 24 Hours Block Party, in order to amp up for a full, two day summit in 2020.
Like always, this event is free and open to the public! This year’s 24 Hours Block Party will feature socially engaged art projects, interactive makers projects, performances, a community dinner, Arts in Society Grantee projects, and the opening of our community juried show. Please check back soon for specific times and a more detailed schedule!
Join RedLine resident artist Tya Anthony and heartfelt creative Kalina Ross for a radical mid-year vision quest as we focus on good intentions, goals and objectives for the rest of this year by creating a vision board!
Join us for this unique weaving workshop: Woven Drag Portraits! Commemorate the best looks of your favorite drag performers with a woven portrait. Using a simple laser-cut tapestry loom and fabulous materials, participants will create miniature portraits of their favorite drag performers. Participants also will take home their own miniature loom and weaving tools.
This is a FREE, two-day workshop and lunch will be provided! There are only 12 spots available and registration is first come first serve. Please email email@example.com to register your child.
RedLine Contemporary Art Center will be hosting a film workshop for girls around 10-18 years old this July. In this two-day workshop each participant will have the chance to make a handmade short 16mm film telling their personal story. This workshop will cover the basics of analog filmmaking, starting with some short animations and making photosensitive sunprints. We will write and storyboard our films, then load and shoot on handheld bolex cameras. The second day we will hand process our films in a darkroom, edit and watch our creations!
Join us for Make/Shift Monday as legendary local artist Tony Ortega presents one of his favorite techniques during an Acrylic Toner Transfer Workshop. You can achieve many different looks and effects with the paint scraping technique, and the best thing about it is that no two backgrounds will ever be the same, even if you use the same color combinations! As you explore with this technique you will discover your own style and favorite way of controlling the acrylic paint.
Show Opening: Wednesday, May 22, 4:30-6:00pm
Show Runs: May 22 - June 9
Come celebrate the culmination of another year of ArtCorps Mentoring! Middle school students from Whittier ECE-8 School will be displaying their socially engaged art projects that they've worked on with their mentors, which cover various themes from self esteem to endangered animals. Our ArtCorps Mentoring program uses one-on-one mentoring to provide a safe environment for students to explore the arts while creating connections with a trusted adult figure. The program gives students a practical way to approach issues with the inquiring mind of an artist.
Join us for Build Your Own Boardgame! This excercise in creativity will ask teams to collectively set guidelines, design boards, and consider various systems. We will be making our own board games from scratch. That means...whatever you decide it should mean! uncommon honor, conveys a message, or functions as a super cute fashion accessory. The workshop concludes with a mini runway show and photoshoot of all the sassy sashes and their makers.
Epic Arts Spring 2019 Youth Exhibition
Saturday May 18th - Sunday June 9th, 2019
Student work inspired by social issues. Art Sale for those in need! Proceeds from student work sold will be donated to organizations working directly with Denver’s homeless population. Exhibition runs May 18th-June 9th, 2019. EPIC Arts provides opportunities for students to explore social justice issues through contemporary art. Each semester RedLine Resident Artists and Denver community artists are matched with educators and students, resulting in a unique art collaboration. EPIC Arts is student-generated and begins with asking students what is fair and unfair in their schools, communities, their lives and the world. Schools: Academy of Urban Learning, Bruce Randolph, Denver Green School, Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy, and McMeen Elementary School.
Denver is now home to the nation’s FIRST People of Color Owned Yoga Cooperative and we invite our beloved community to be a part of this journey!
RedLine’s 6th-Annual Juried Exhibition is an open theme call to all artists over the age of 18 working in any 2D, 3D or new media. This exhibition will be held in RedLine’s main Exhibition Hall. Artists are encouraged to submit their best work. RedLine is pleased to announce guest juror Ivar Zeile.
What do Ms. America, International Mr. Leather, girls scouts, and funeral wreaths all have in common? They all wear beautiful sashes!
Join us for this Sassy Sash Workshop, open to people at all sewing skill levels. Learn how to construct your own sashes using a variety of recycled and repurposed materials. Participants can design a sash that awards an uncommon honor, conveys a message, or functions as a super cute fashion accessory. The workshop concludes with a mini runway show and photoshoot of all the sassy sashes and their makers.
Come have a beverage and a last dance with one of the top exhibitions of the Month of Photography. Also a special bonus, see in action and learn about what wheat pasting street art is all about. A selection of the work (the IWI_collective) from the exhibition will head out to be wheat pasted outdoors for the Big Picture Colorado project. @the_big_picture_colo
This month we're featuring the incredible poet Peace!
Peace is a queer, black woman residing in Houston, Texas. Her writing style can be described as cut-throat wisdom; creating an experience that engages the audience and allows them to feel/heal freely based on interpretation. Her work can be seen on Write About Now Poetry as well as published in Thorntree Press’ A Whore’s Manifesto and her latest body of work, “Inside a Whore’s Mind.” Contrary to the common definition encapsulated in her name, Peace represents the confidence and grace in being yourself in your skin and not apologizing for it.
All participants will have drawing tools (provided or BYO favorite) and will receive the same simultaneous set of instructions and time limits.
RedLine is presenting a formal walk and talk with curators George P. Perez, John Lake, Mark Sink and the artists of the exhibition Delirium, Three Visions.
Join us on Wednesday, March 13th at 6pm with acclaimed spoken word artist Toluwanimi Obiwole of Slam Nuba! Toluwanimi Obiwole is a Nigerian-born, Colorado-raised poet and performer. She is a Brave New Voices international slam champion, a Denver city slam champion, and author of multiple chapbooks. She has been a member of the Denver Minor Disturbance youth poetry team, and was a member of the 2015 Slam Nuba poetry team. As part of her craft, she also creates music. In 2015, she was announced as Denver's first Youth Poet Laureate.
RedLine is presenting an informal walk and talk with curators George P. Perez, John Lake, Mark Sink and the artists of Delirium, Three Visions.
Marja Saleva from Helsinki, Finland, our special visiting artist, will talk about her work.
Curated by George P. Perez, John Lake and Mark Sink
Reception: March 9, 6-9 PM
Eschewing traditional notions of imagery, this exhibit aims to shake, disrupt, and dizzy our understanding of visual culture and modern society. Photography is both a broken concept and an ever expanding medium; fluctuating between complacent states of being and important diverse artistic models. Delirium: Three Visions, is a photo-based exhibit highlighting critical contemporary voices and amplifying challenging artists working in and around modes of photography.
Happy Black History Month! This month is going to be a great show! Our featured guest, Sheree Brown (she/her) is a writer, Afrofuturist, world builder, dreamer, artist, educator, and mother. Rooted in indigenous medicine of her mixed ancestry, she practices herbalism and curandeismo. As a time traveler from the stars, she enjoys organizing community around the concepts of medicine, futurism, and healing/expansion.
This workshop will play with words, text, and personal narratives to craft parameters to explore the relationship of these ingredients in time and space. We will cycle through creating and sharing to have moments of discussion and dialogue around what we are sensing or not sensing.
"Beyond the Studio Doors" offers current RedLine Members the chance to meet the artists who have been accepted into RedLine's Artist-in-Residence program. This is a special opportunity for Members to personally meet the artists in their studio, and learn about their work.
Now That I Have Your (un) divided Attention… is the annual resident artist exhibition and formally launches the 2019 theme of D | Vision, a series of exhibitions that will explore the relationship between social, cultural or political division and artistic vision. Throughout the year, RedLine's exhibits, special events, and programs will seek to investigate the ways in which division opens space for new creation and perspectives or how culture makes vision out of division.
INSITE FUND INFORMATION SESSION
Join us this Saturday to learn about the application process, timeline and criteria for this new grant opportunity. In collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the INSITE Fund awards grants of up to $5,000.00 to artists and artist collective to realize projects within a 50 Mile Radius of the Denver.
The information session at Black Cube HQ, 2925 S Umatilla Street, Englewood CO 80110
The INSITE Fund is a funding program in collaboration with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Regional Regranting program and RedLine. This new fund responds to the gap in Denver’s creative ecosystem for artist-driven projects that sit outside the “norm” of arts experiences and lead to expanded audiences. This two-year, $100,000.00 per year, grant program would add to and reinforce the importance of funding opportunities that are accessible directly to artists working in an expansive field of ideas, audiences and visual arts practices.
Please join us in celebrating the art of Margaret Neumann, who was a singular figure in the emergence of RedLine as an “incubator” for young artists. Her role as one of RedLine’s first “mentor” (Resource) artists speaks to her centrality in this institution’s visibility and mission. This retrospective exhibition - “What Lies Between” - celebrates RedLine’s 10th anniversary as well as Margaret Neumann’s return to the place that deeply nourished her and those artists fortunate enough to have encountered her.