Arts in Society requires that final narrative and financial reports be submitted together within 60 days of the completion of the funded project and no later than the date stated in the grant award letter, or as modified in subsequent correspondence. Grant recipients who do not submit final reports are ineligible for further Arts in Society funding. If unusual circumstances arise that may create delays in reporting or significantly alter the progress of the funded project, please promptly inform the Arts in Society Program Manager.


An interim report is required for 2 year grants. Please submit your interim report at the midway point in your project completion. Upon receipt of your interim report any additional grant funds will be disbursed. 

The ArtPark is located at 1930 35th Street. This RedLine Satellite is a unique, temporary (5-Year) opportunity to be in partnership with The Denver Public Library and the River North Art District to develop a campus of like-minded and community-driven organizations in the Globeville-Elyria-Swansea neighborhood. 

The campus includes 8 artist studios that will be managed by RedLine and subleased to emerging and mid-career artists for one year with a one year option to renew. All artists are invited to apply and studios will be awarded through a community-selection process.   Satellite Studios are not part of RedLine’s primary 2-year Artist-in-Residence program and thus that they are not fully-funded and require a $235/month rent per participating artist based on studio size. Participating artists will, however, will have access to the programmatic offerings, professional development and networking that RedLine’s residency provides including facilitation of open studio days, studio visits and programmatic opportunities. Studios range from 150 - 180 sq. Ft and will be available starting this November. Lease-terms will begin on November 1, 2023. 

Eligibility: RedLine is prioritizing artists who have connections to the surrounding neighborhoods including Five Points, Globeville-Elyria-Swansea, Cole and Whittier, and does not or will not have an existing studio as of September 1, 2023. Artists should apply who are interested in this creative campus as an opportunity to collaborate with like-minded artists, the neighborhood and The Denver Public Library. Alto Gallery is RedLine's primary partner for operating the gallery space that the studios surround and presents monthly exhibitions on First Fridays. The River North Arts District and the Library also frequently hold programs and opportunities that artists at the ArtPark are able to participate in, if interested. 

Requirements: The RedLine Satellite Studios require a one year lease with an option to renew for one year. Artists have to be willing to participate in an active community of artists and program partners that share the campus. RedLine

Application Opens: August 15, 2023
Site Tour: September 14, 4PM
Application Deadline: October 1, 2023
Selection Committee Review: October 12, 2023
Applicants Notified: October 15, 2023.

About RedLine Contemporary Art Center
RedLine is a nonprofit contemporary art center that fosters education and engagement between artists and communities to create positive social change. Learn More at

About Alto Gallery - is a nonprofit contemporary art gallery founded in February of 2016 by 501(c)3 Birdseed Collective. Learn More at
About Denver Public Library
About River North Art District


RedLine Contemporary Art Center