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Kautzer curating at RedLine

Kautzer curating at RedLine

Chad Kautzer, assistant professor of philosophy and director of the social justice minor, is co-curating a large exhibition on home and homelessness titled Not Exactly: Between home and where I find myself, running now through the end of July. The exhibition is RedLine's signature exhibition for 2013, and involves 21 international, national, local, and "not exactly" homeless artists. It also includes the work (and presence as a visiting artist) of Inocente Izucar, featured in this year's Academy-Award winning short documentary Inocente. More information can be found at this link.

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Westword
, June 10

Oscar Winner Inocente's Star Shines in Denver
KZKO The Vibe
, May 30

Homelessness: an artist’s perspective
La Voz
,  May 28

What Homes Means to those without One
Confluence
, May 22


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