October 8, 2013 Issue
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Kautzer curates at RedLine

Kautzer curates at RedLine

Chad Kautzer, assistant professor of philosophy and director of the social justice minor, co-curated a successful Redline exhibition on home and homelessness over the summer titled Not Exactly: Between home and where I find myself. The exhibition was RedLine's signature exhibition for 2013, and involved 21 international, national, local, and "not exactly" homeless artists. More information can be found at this link.

In July, Colorado Public Radio interviewed some of the artists and the executive director of Redline for this Colorado Matters segment.

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