Month: May 2013

Not Exactly: Between home and where I find myself

Not Exactly is an exhibit at RedLine that speaks to the distinction between lack of shelter and the denial of social recognition that leads to an experience of homelessness. The exhibit is curated by Chad Kautzer and Robin Gallite. Denver Homeless Out Loud will provide workshops at the exhibit about the results of the survey on the impact of the “Urban Camping” Ban in conjunction with workshops by the homeless about homelessness.


Inocente is a participating artist and subject of the Academy Award Winner for Best Short Documentary Inocente.

Not Exactly runs from June 1 – July 28, 2013 at RedLine (2350 Arapahoe Street, Denver, CO 80205). RedLine is a diverse urban laboratory where art, education and community converge. Their vision is to foster forms of social practice in the arts that inspire inquiry and catalyze change. (more…)

May 14: One Year Anniversary of the “Urban Camping” Ban

May 14 @ 12:00 p.m.
Town Hall Meeting – Speak Out
16th and Arapahoe – by the Clock tower

Where are homeless people without shelter supposed to sleep?
How are they to stay warm?
Denver needs help in solving these problems

Denver Homeless Out Loud calls on all to commemorate the one year anniversary of passing the “Urban Camping” Ban on May 14, 2013. Join us for a Town Hall community time with FOOD and speak out about your experiences with the ban.

Homeless Sleeping Denver

The information in the survey shows that the 16th Street Mall and Civic Center have been largely cleared of the homeless, but hundreds of homeless people still walk the streets of Denver every night as they did before with a few changes. Now they cannot lie down, cover themselves and are constantly urged to “move on” by the police. (more…)