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Westword Reviews “Just Playing” at RedLine

Mar 03 2015
RedLine, the brainchild of artist and philanthropist Laura Merage, is both a major exhibition venue, with its handsome and spacious galleries, and one of the top studio complexes in town. The studios are occupied by artists serving either as “resources,” meaning their rent is completely subsidized, or “residents,” who pay partly subsidized rent. Periodically, RedLine presents an exhibit dedicated to these artist-members; the current edition is Just Playing, which closes this weekend.

The compelling show is the first in a series of exhibits, talks and other events that elucidate the theme “Play It Forward,” a phrase with myriad meanings that will be extrapolated in different ways over the course of this year. To put together Just Playing, RedLine tapped independent curator Petra Sertic, who has served stints at MCA Denver and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art.

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Just Playing
Through March 1 at RedLine, 2350 Arapahoe Street, 303-296-4448,

*Photo: “Knucklebones,” by Claudia Mastrobuono, ceramics and mixed materials