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2350 Arapahoe St. Denver, CO 80205 | Downtown Denver | 303-296-4448

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RedLine, located at the edge of the Ballpark/Curtis Park neighborhood, strives to create an environment where artists share their experiences with the public. As they enter the gallery, visitors physically step over a “red line,” symbolizing that they are free to explore their own creativity. At any given time, there may be fifteen to twenty resident artists displaying their work at RedLine. But the gallery also reaches out into the community, with innovative programs.


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RedLine is a diverse urban laboratory where art, education and community converge. Our vision is to foster forms of social practice in the arts that inspire inquiry and catalyze change.

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