On Thursday, March 1st at 5:30 pm, YANA Members and Friends had a private tour of the 10th Anniversary Retrospective Resident Artists Exhibition at RedLine Contemporary Art Center, followed by a panel discussion.

Geoffrey Shamos (Yale College ’02), PhD, Development Director at RedLine, led the discussion with the following panel:

  • Libby Barbee, Artist & “Arts in Society” Manager at RedLine
  • Andrea Moore, Executive Director of the Wayfaring Band
  • Evan Weissman, Director of Warm Cookies of the Revolution

They discussed:

How are Denver’s artists and arts institutions building community and enhancing the civic fabric of the city? How are artists and institutions moving beyond traditional categories to engage with a broad range of social issues? What does it mean for arts institutions to be community responsive and culturally responsible? 

Details on the Retrospective Resident Artists Exhibition

Some of the retrospective art pieces:

Nauzy Nauzy by Laura Merage


Permeable Wall by Laura Shill