Epic Arts Fall 2018 Youth Exhibition
Opening Reception Saturday, December 15th, 2018 1 pm - 3 pm
Exhibition runs December 15th, 2018-January 6th, 2019 in the Project Space
Our EPIC Arts program is a semester-long project through which professional artists are paired with educators from Denver area K-12 schools to collaborate in implementing an experiential curriculum that creates a body of artwork through a lens of contemporary social justice.
Epic Arts Fall 2018 Youth Exhibition
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.
Witch Collective is hosting a two-day Winter Solstice Market at RedLine Saturday December 1st and Sunday December 2nd. Come join in the magic!
Schedule your Colorado Gives Day donation today and help us reach our goal of raising $50,000 before the end of this year. Between now and December 4, 2018, contributions to RedLine will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Colorado Gives Day Community First Foundation when scheduled through ColoradoGives.org
In this Visiting Critic Talk, curator Christina Linden will be discussing the upcoming exhibition "Queer California: Untold Stories," which will open at the Oakland Museum of California in April of 2019.
Join us for RedLine's One Square Foot, our annual anonymous art sale & fall fundraiser. Enjoy this one night opportunity to select from 100 works by over 100 artists for $100 each! This year we are embracing the season and inviting attendees to take on the Halloween theme! Tickets include admission into the 1SQFT Art Sale, costume party, full bar, specialty cocktails, and themed-appetizers.
Control Group has spent the last several years making performances for low-/no-light spaces. For this Make/Shift come sit in the dark, tell stories about darkness: bedtime rituals, nightmares, fears, depressions, personal histories, and other things that occur without many lumens around.
Join the Art Students League of Denver (ASLD), Clyfford Still Museum (CSM) and RedLine for a special collaborative series of professional development workshops for artists. These workshops feature experts in the art industry sharing practical knowledge and relevant tools to assist artists in enhancing their business practice
Join us for an invocation of the elusive and enigmatic artist Adolf Wölfli. Celebrate his music, drawings, and stories, while learning what happened at Waldau Mental Asylum a century ago… Enjoy original Wölfli libretto from this troupe of outsider enthusiasts, with passages from Cradle to the Grave and ballads from the Island Neveranger. Create a paper trumpet and slip into the unconscious with these riddles from the king of artist kings, Adolf Wölfli.
Curated by Ivar Zeile/Denver Digerati
Presented in Conjunction with Supernova Digital Animation Festival
Opening Reception: Friday September 21, 6:00PM-9:00PM
Reality Bytes delivers a fascinating snapshot into a rapidly advancing world through some of the most imaginative artists in the field, celebrating digital animation as a wide, immersive realm unfettered by boundaries- changing how we experience art and the physical world.
Please join us for the lecture on contemporary Chinese art by Taliesin Thomas, the founding director of AW Asia, NY. AW Asia, a private organization that promotes the field of contemporary Chinese art
30-minute Design Challenge is a group therapy/creative session. The Challenge first started to encourage designers to let go of all the formal rules, relax, and design to exercise the brain, creativity, and wit. A mediated group reflection will be followed by a 30 minute design challenge focusing on a specified topic.
**NOTE** This program will take place at 808 Projects (808 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204)
David Russell of Mobile Mural Lab collective is a public artist/ muralist and instructor at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. He will be producing a hand painted mural that pays tribute to the history of sign painting and urbanism as well as hosting a lecture/ workshop sharing techniques and previous works.
RedLine is pleased to announce our sixth annual Anonymous One Square Foot exhibition & art sale. Works donated by local and regional artists will be exhibited and sold at our annual fall fundraiser for $100, with proceeds benefiting RedLine’s art, education, and community programs.
Come explore creating movement gestures in this bodies-on workshop. Gestures are a mode of body language used in daily life and dance composition. Participants will craft 10 little gestures based of their own personal history and uncover the unique stories of others in the room. All bodies and abilities welcome. At the end each participant will have a personal dance “phrase” to share.
Help ArtHyve research and write Colorado’s artists into Wikipedia! Let’s make sure our state’s art scene is documented and represented in this important resource. We’ll guide you in researching Colorado artists both historical and contemporary. We’ll teach you how to edit Wikipedia and to write articles that meet neutrality and notability requirements. This event is a collaboration between ArtHyve, Denver Public Library, and RedLine.
Movements: Transcending and Traversing
48 Hours of Socially Engaged Art & Conversation Summit is a two day summit and exhibition that engages cultural organizations, non-profits, artists, and individuals to share their expertise on cultural responsiveness, social responsibility, and collective leadership. Inspired by Denver’s Imagine 2020 Cultural Plan, 48 Hours aims to promote positive social change through creativity and innovation.
RedLine and the Colorado Village Collaborative will tour a mobile tiny home activated by socially engaged artists to demonstrate the vitality and creativity emerging from tiny home communities.
Heron's Fountain is a water fountain that works without pumps, and it seems miraculous -- like the mythological perpetual motion machine. It was invented in ancient Greece by Heron of Alexandria. The fountain has three chambers full of water or air, and it's powered by gravity. One would expect gravity to prevent water from flowing up, however in this hands on workshop participants will learn how to harness gravity to push water upwards and make their own fountain with the provided materials.
Have questions about the application process and building a successful app? Come to our workshop next Tuesday!