Friday July 24th
     Opening Reception: 6:00-9:00
     Spoken Word Performance: 7:00 – A collaboration 
     featuring Blanche Brown and Natalie Schmitting
Saturday July 25th     
     Studio Crawl 10am – 3pm
     Book Reading 1pm: featuring Resident Sue Lawton
Open to the Public for Free: July 25th – October 3rd 2015

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Thursday August 20th Battle Royale Artist Paint-Off at RedLine Milwaukee  6-9pm.
Featuring resident artists Skully Skyrocket versus Luke Felix Farley in an experimental, engaging event combining live music, live painting, and audience participation. The evening promises to be an unforgettable, collaborative, happening with live musical accompaniment by Cutlass, offering 15 rounds of random twists and turns, including  the chance for audience members to be “tagged-in” to the Battle Royale to help make the painting.
Cash bar with a suggested door donation of $5.00
Come at 6pm sharp so you don’t miss out on any of the fast paced action! 


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RedLine Milwaukee TIMELINE 2015 press release | RedLine Milwaukee Logo |


RedLine Milwaukee’s Resident Artists’ exhibition TIMELINE 2015 opening Gallery Night Friday, July 24, 2015 6-9pm
On View July 24 – October 3, 2015

Nina Ghanbarzadeh hand-webuse

Cynthia Brinich-Langlois leafyspurge002

Jamie Bruchman_tropismanemone

Jody Emery universe

Katie Ryan 1

Luke Farley_missisipibarges

Sue Lawton-Wanderlings

Skully Gustafson_lorcanight

Carley Huibregtse 1

Miles Buss3

TIMELINE 2015, the latest yearly installment showcasing the current works of RedLine Milwaukee’s emerging resident artists, explores an array of disciplines, media, and themes. The annual TIMELINE exhibition gives these residents an opportunity to examine the critical issues facing contemporary artists and a venue in which to present that dialogue.
RedLine Milwaukee’s innovative residency program brings a variety of artists together in one building, sharing resources, ideas, and artistic journeys. With open studios, the artists not only interact with and inspire each other, but also frequently engage with school groups and the general public. This environment creates a community where the art takes on a life of its own.
While many of the artists bring diverse skills and experience to the table, they are also submerged in an ideal culture for experimentation and testing new ground. TIMELINE converges their meandering paths into one daring space.
Included in this year’s exhibition are Cynthia Brinich-Langlois, Jamie Bruchman, Miles Buss, Jody Emery, Luke Farley, Nina Ghanbarzadeh, Skully Gustafson, Carley Huibregtse, Sue Lawton, Katie Ryan, and Natalie Schmitting.