Residency Information Sessions: Q & A session hosted by resident artists, alumni and staff for new applicants. 

Saturday, June 7 from 2:30 –  3:30pm

RedLine Resident Artist Application 2014

Attn: Louise Martorano
2350 Arapahoe Street
Denver CO 8020


Event Dates: 4/30/14 – 7/1/14
Entry Deadline: 7/1/14
Days remaining to deadline: 24


Images – Minimum: 5, Maximum: 10
Audio – Minimum: 0, Maximum: 5
Video – Minimum: 0, Maximum: 5
Total Media – Minimum: 5, Maximum: 20

Entry Fee (RedLine Resident Artist application 2014): $35.00

UPDATE Applicants may apply with up to 20 artwork samples – please use the following guidelines: Images: up to 10 | Audio: up to 5 | Video: up to 5 CaFE Media sample specifications and format can be found at the formatting section of the Media Prep page.

Our Mission

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

Resident Artist Program Description

RedLine engages approximately 15–20 artists at any given time who remain “in residence” for a two year period. As part of the residency, artists receive studio space and professional support from RedLine’s staff and fellow residents. Interactivity is a core element at RedLine: artists will experience frequent studio visits with curators, art professionals, and people in the creative industries. Artists are also invited to particpate in various educational programs, community events, and exhibitions, which provide exposure to new techniques, networks, and community engagement. The Artists-in-Residence Program is based upon an equitable selection process. Artists working in all mediums are welcome to apply. It is important to note that artists are responsible for outfitting their studio with the necessary tools to produce their works. RedLine does not have a wood shop, and use of toxic materials is only permitted outside of the premises.

Application Check-list:

1) Artist Statement

2) Cover Letter [Limit to 2 pages]

* Brief statement on how you may benefit from being an Artist-in-Residence at RedLine.

* Brief statement on why you believe your participation and creative practice in RedLine’s resident artist program will support &  further RedLine’s mission.

3) Letter Of Intent:

Please respond to the following questions [Limit responses to no more than 500 words each):

* Why you think now is a good time for you, and for your creative practice, to enter into a two-year residency program?

* Describe an ideal environment for your studio practice and how that environment promotes progress and growth in your practice?

4) Community Engagement

Please respond to the following questions [Limit responses to no more than 500 words each):

* Please describe your community work or volunteer experience.

* A core part of RedLine’s residency program is the E.P.I.C. Arts program. Please describe your experience working with students or adults in a learning environment?

5) Current Resume: 

6) Reference: Please provide three professional references related to your work as an artist with full contact information.

6) Application payment: Check or Money Order Only in U.S. Funds. Checks must be postmarked on the application deadline of July 1, 2014. To use a credit card you can pay via paypal via the “Donate” link on RedLine’s – please note in the paypal notes that it is the application fee. You do not need a paypal login to pay with paypal – you can sign in as a guest.

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