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RedLine fundraiser is great way to add to art collection

RedLine's fall fundraiser One Square Foot will give art enthusiasts an easy way to add to their collections on Nov. 1.

RedLine, a diverse urban art laboratory where art, education and community converge, will feature more than 100 pieces of art for $100 each. Each work from local and regional artists is exhibited anonymously.

"This event is an opportunity to provide support for RedLine and purchase incredible, affordable artwork from local artists," says Bradley Joseph, a RedLine trustee. 

Tickets for the event at RedLine's gallery at 2350 Arapahoe St. are $50 and include entry, cocktails, heavy appetizers and entertainment. 

Also on view during the fundraiser will be Surveying Judy Chicago: 1970-2014, an international celebration of the artist's career on her 75th birthday. Through her roles as an artist, writer, theorist, teacher, feminist and humanist, Chicago has transcended the boundaries of the conventional art world. The survey spans 50 years of her career concluding with recent sculptural works in bronze and glass.

Founded by artist and philanthropist Laura Merage, RedLine's goal is to connect artists with the community. The nonprofit organization encourages artistic growth in an environment where artists can lose inhibitions that may hold them back, while gaining support systems to realize their dreams.

Contact Confluence Denver Development News Editor Margaret Jackson with tips and leads for future stories at margaret@confluence-denver.com.

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Margaret is a veteran Denver real estate reporter and can be contacted here.
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