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RedLine strives to foster forms of social practice in the arts and is a diverse urban laboratory where art, education, and community converge. Located in Five Points, RedLine is an innovative, mixed-use arts center that combines an artist residency program with project-based community engagement in the arts.
Malik Robinson grew up and into his role as Executive Director at Cleo Parker Robinson Dance. After graduating with a Bachelor’s in African Studies from Regis University, he officially began his tenure as Development Director winning national awards for the acclaimed Ensemble.
Adele Phelan has dedicated her personal and professional life to improving the lives of low-income children in an effort to ensure that everyone has access to high quality education and affordable healthcare. She brings leadership, passion, and commitment to all her endeavors.
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