#68: Gretchen Marie Schaefer Artist Gretchen Marie Schaefer, another TANK Studio member with roots as a RedLine resident, explores issues of mortality, decay and rebirth in two and three dimensions, building installations that take off from where her drawings leave off, using and reusing materials ... More >>
Constant reinvention keeps our art scene vibrant, so it's fitting that emerging artists and others in their prime are all part of this weekend's mix of new exhibitions in Denver. Want to keep up with the times? Here are few ways to stay on top of local art. See also: Daniel Sprick's Fictions: Recen ... More >>
This first First Friday is jammed with new art, as is the whole weekend, which also includes two June traditions: the Capitol Hill People's Fair and the Art Students League Summer Art Market. From fine art photography to collectible-toy decorating, you're bound to find something artful to see and do ... More >>
The curatorial team behind the Biennial's Draft Urbanism exhibitions wanted to turn the city into an international showcase so people-friendly that it's accessible by simply walking down the street. In turn, Draft Urbanism's indoor element, First Draft, was conceived as a welcoming gesture from the ... More >>
A poet, dancer and visual artist, Serena Chopra is a powerful artistic force. Whether she's performing as part of the Evolving Doors Dance Company or working as RedLine's writer-in-residence, Chopra is constantly putting out fascinating work, like her recent This Human, a full-length poetry book tha ... More >>
Michael Paglia visited RedLine for this week's review, taking in a group show from artists who also use studio space at the gallery. The show features many different types of work, ranging from paintings to installations, from about two dozen artists. Continue reading for photos from the exhibit.