Curious Cattle & Artists at Work


From this past weekend at Buffalo Peaks Ranch: cattle lining up for a better view of artists at work. That’s no joke! This summer’s herd is the most curious we’ve ever seen! photo by Patty Scott Miller

Join RedLine and the Rocky Mountain Land Library over Labor Day weekend for Re/Call, a free 3-day event combining an ranch-wide exhibition, communal meals, programs, performances and participatory activities. With Buffalo Peaks Ranch as the inspiration and backdrop, Re/Call will be a curated art and communal experience that celebrates the natural environment, embracing the intersection of art and nature.

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Artist Tory Tepp & right-hand man Sean, already at work for Re/Call.

Drop in for a day or stay/camp for all three – we just ask you to register below! Registration packets with directions, program details and camping information will be sent to all registrants prior to arrival.


Participating Artists, Performers and Facilitators include: Libby Barbee & Bill Nelson, the Barter Collective, Halsey Burgund, Sayler/Morris Project, Michelle Comstock, Gregg Deal & Susan Ortegon, Nathan Hall, Ana Maria Hernando, Tyler Jones, Eliza Minot, Nikki Pike, Eileen Richardson, Kenneth Robinson, Sarah Wallace Scott, Tory Tepp, Jeremy Wolf, and Melanie Yazzie.

Questions? Email

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A Re/Call piece by Nikki Pike

Re/Call is a collaboration brought to you by Mary Caulkins, Louise Martorano, and RedLine Contemporary Art Center

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Join us over Labor Day weekend and experience both Re/Call and Buffalo Peaks Ranch!

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