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RedLine’s Anonymous One-Square-Foot Fundraiser & Art Sale

There is a bit of mystery involved with this art show. The lively fundraiser (proceeds will benefit RedLine Gallery and their community programs) will feature 100 pieces (all one square foot) by 100 anonymous artists for $100 each. You won’t discover who made a piece unless you buy it, but the gallery typically receives submissions…

Land Trust

One of the most sinister aspects of climate change is that it’s difficult to truly see, and for many, seeing is believing. The artists in this exhibition make environmental issues visible through unconventional mediums like live plants and vinyl. To wit: Brian House’s take on the 2015 Gold King Mine spill consists of vibrating sheets…
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48 Hours Summit

A boundless new motivation to change the city for the better is at the heart of this creative conference. Inspired by the Imagine 2020 Cultural Plan, this event—featuring showcases from Curious Theater and dancer Kate Speer, mini-lectures from a who's who of local arts and social justice leaders, and an attendant gallery show, Land Trust—encourages…


Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around (at some meditative art) once in a while, you could miss it. A dozen abstract and minimalist artists from around the world contributed large-scale works to this exhibit, transforming RedLine's 6,000-square-foot gallery space into an artistic sanctuary. Visitors are encouraged to unplug from the…
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If you’ve ever sat in traffic on I-25 during rush hour, you’ll relate to themes in this dance performance, which reflects on congestion in the Mile High City. Dancer and choreographer Kate Speer has created an interactive—but cramped—stage for the show: The audience will move from room to room as they watch Mexican folklórico and…

Curtis Park Delicatessen

This neighborhood deli serves a menu of fine classic sandwiches (like the Curtis, made with corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, and house-made Thousand Island) as well as treats from local purveyors like Noosa Yoghurt and Sweet Action Ice Cream.

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