Printshop and Paper-making labs
Mission: TO FOSTER EDUCATION AND ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN ARTISTS AND COMMUNITY TO CREATE POSITIVE SOCIAL CHANGE.
RedLine Milwaukee was founded by local artists Lori Bauman and Steve Vande Zande in October, 2009 and permanently closed in 2019. Goals of professional development, access, and social justice are met through RedLine’s Programs: Residency, Exhibition and Education. The three-story, 22,000-square-foot building includes a beautiful exhibition space, artist studios, a community printshop, dye lab and paper-making studio. Milwaukee’s premier AiR program, RedLine houses twelve AiRs, eight community studios residents, six teen residents and several visiting artists annually. Additionally, RedLine connects artists with community organizations through workshops, classes, and outreach.
RedLine Milwaukee, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, is an urban laboratory that seeks to nourish the individual practice of contemporary art and to stimulate the creative potential of the local community to which we are linked. Through residency, education, outreach and challenging exhibition programs with a focus on social justice, RedLine inspires and impacts new generations of cultural and civic transformers.