RedLine: 48Hrs Summit

Inspired by Denver’s Imagine 2020 Cultural Plan, 48 Hours of Socially Engaged Art & Conversation Summit aims to promote positive social change through creativity and innovation.

48 Hours: 2017 will follow RedLine’s annual theme: (Dis)place and will focus on geography, community, access to resources, location, and relocation. In a rapidly growing city, 48 Hours will explore the many complicated layers of what makes a “place.” How does the physical fabric of a city contribute to understandings of civic character? Which neighborhoods and populations profit from development, and who is displaced as a result? How can art delineate places and mediate between communities?

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August 11th:
7:45am-12pm Breakfast Kick-Off
1pm-5pm Workshops, Talks, and Performances
6pm-9pm Land Trust Exhibition Opening

August 12th:
8am-4pm Workshops, Talks, and Performances
4pm-5pm Cocktail Hour
5pm-9pm Moveable Feast, Performances, and Socially Engaged Art Projects

For a full schedule, including times of RYAN!’s talk & workshop click here