Admission to The Artist Studio Event for Two at RedLine (38% Off)

Denver

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Building a miniature ship inside a bottle is impressive, but not as impressive as forging a giant glass shell around yourself and waiting for your family to come home and find you. Do something creative with this Groupon.

The Deal

  • $15 for admission to The Artist Studio, 6 p.m.–8 p.m., for two ($24 value)

Choose from the following dates:

  • April 12—Alvin Gregorio
  • May 10—Katie Watson
  • June 14—Nikki Pike
  • July 12—Laura Shill and Amber Cobb
  • August 9—Heather Doyle-Maier
  • September 13—Dylan Scholinski

Admission includes light appetizers and refreshments.

RedLine

The first thing you'll see at RedLine is a red line. It's no mere logo—it's a threshold meant to symbolize the crossing over into unchecked creativity, a sort of meeting point where envelope-pushing artists and Denver's citizens interact and engage. That's how Laura Merage, artist, philanthropist, and founder, sees it. RedLine, which bills itself as a "diverse urban laboratory," serves the art-loving public by serving its artists; according to the Denver Post, "No gallery vets and nurtures local talent as thoroughly as Denver's RedLine." The result: a showcase of bold exhibitions that harness the riches of complete creative license, ample space, and mentorship that RedLine provides its residents.

The building itself, a modern space designed by architects Semple-Brown, houses the artists and their work with plenty of room to breathe. At any time, 25–30 resident artists use RedLine as a studio and exhibition space. Additionally, curators schedule exhibitions that feature a wide swathe of subject matter—current shows include a retrospective on trailblazing female artists in contemporary art, and an exploration of celebrated abstract painter Harmony Hammond. In their mission to be more than just an art gallery, RedLine takes many initiatives to serve the public. For example, there's the Young Artists and Monthly Art programs, which foster creativity in children of all ages, and the Reach Artists program, which offers a safe and supportive haven for Denver's transitory artists.

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    2350 Arapahoe St.

    Denver, Colorado 80205

    303-296-4448

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In a Nutshell

Each month, The Artist Studio features a resident artist who is given creative freedom to produce their own event

The Fine Print

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