Portraits of Justice is a daylong symposium that will engage the public in re-imagining the criminal justice system through the lens of art, advocacy, and policy reform. A diverse and robust roster of directly impacted artists, practitioners, government officials, and scholars will host a series of discussions to reflect upon local reform efforts, as well as engaging with the national dialogue that highlights strategic arts-based approaches to criminal justice reform.
The symposium is the culmination of month-long programming, including a public art project, a new fellowship program, and a series of public performances.
Registration is free and open to the public. Complimentary lunch will be provided.
Read event schedule and register here!
(Artist Russell Craig working on the Portraits of Justice mural in his studio. Photo by Steve Weinik)