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Double Opening Reception: Darrell Anderson: Risk & Change + FEMA ArtWorks Climate Resiliency

June 28, 6:00 pm9:00 pm

$5

Join us for the opening reception of Darrell Anderson: Risk & Change and the FEMA Climate Resiliency, Photography & Storytelling exhibition.

Darrell Anderson: Risk & Change
on view: June 28–August 4, 2024

The retrospective will showcase the breadth of Colorado artist Darrell Anderson’s artistic journey, spanning decades of mastery across various mediums including watercolor, colored pencil, oil-based painting, and sculpture.Curated by Anderson’s protégé, performance artist and arts executive, JC Futrell, Risk & Change will narrate Darrell’s journey reflecting on his experiences from the Vietnam War to his personal journey to sobriety. It promises to be a powerful yet vulnerable showcase of art and the human spirit, leaving audiences inspired with a renewed sense of hope and possibility.

FEMA ArtWorks Climate Resiliency, Photography and Storytelling
on view: June 28–July 28, 2024.

In collaboration with FEMA Region 8, Resilience Action Partners, SW Gallery & Science Center, Ogden Contemporary Art, and RedLine Contemporary Art Center. This exhibition presents works from artists investigating and sharing the stories of communities and lands that are adapting to a changing climate. From sublime foreshadowing to documentation of the real ways natural hazards affect our lives; artists shine a light on resilient communities and their stories of loss, adaptation, mitigation and restoration.

Details

Date:
June 28
Time:
6:00 pm—9:00 pm
Cost:
$5
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.redlineart.org/upcoming-events/darrell-anderson-amp-fema-exhibition-opening-reception

Venue

RedLine Contemporary Art Center
2350 Arapahoe Street
Denver, CO 80205-2613 United States
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Phone
3032964448
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Other

State
Colorado
City
Denver
Contact Email (for internal use only)
pmccrystal@redlineart.org

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