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LOCATION: RedLine - 2350 Arapahoe St

CATEGORIES: Identity, Power, & Art | Art | Workshops


  • Thursday, May 2, 2024  5:30pm - 7:30pm

Join artist SPEAKS, RiNo Art District, and RedLine Contemporary Art Center for a program series centered on exploring identity and creating art. This workshop series runs all of 2024 and ends in a group show celebrating the artwork participants create. In this series we aim to deepen and explore our personal connections to our artistic and creative expressions. We also ask questions about how we view and understand ourselves in relation to art. What does it mean to truly“identify” with someone's artwork? What does it mean to see ourselves in our art?

This workshop series builds. Join us for each workshop to get deeper into your exploration of self and creative practice. The workshop series culminates with a group art show. Drop ins and one-off attendees are very welcome!

Participants will be provided with art making materials. Light food and drink will be provided.

May 2nd: Know Yourself, Control Yourself

Co-lead by Kaylee Bender IG: @Nokaylee

In order to be a full time artist or even remotely get the ball rolling on your art career or creative life, there are things that you must face to obtain gigs and keep those gigs coming. We don't talk much about the tedious application processes that we face in order to be even considered for a gig, which brings us to one of the most feared things for every artist: talking about ourselves. This workshop is going to highlight what it means to write a good artist statement and ultimately talk about yourself, your values, and why you create what you create. This workshop will explore tools that use our identity and intersections of our identity as a source of power and truthfully make these bios and artist statements an extension of ourselves.

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Devin Urioste is born and raised in Denver. His work is influenced by the culture he was raised in and embodies what it means to give his community a voice, and platform to speak from. His work is rooted in graffiti, skateboarding, music, street culture, social justice, and many more.


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