Photorealists to Minimalists
Feb 26 – April 22
Justice Arts Coalition presents to you a collection of work from currently and formerly incarcerated, teaching, and independent artists. The work ranges from abstract paintings to computer animated video units and everything in between. At a time of global crisis, these artists have generously decided to donate some or all of the profits from the sale of their original work. Proceeds will help to sustain JAC’s mission as we continue to seek and implement innovative ways to support artists creating in and around the carceral system, to uplift and amplify their voices and celebratev their work.
Sat, April 10, 2021; 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT
Pause, look, share. On April 10, join the Justice Arts Coalition for a Slow Art Day celebrating Inside and Out, JAC’s inaugural virtual exhibition highlighting over 30 incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, teaching, and independent artists. We’ll look closely at three works of art and discuss our observations and experiences, focusing on the art and the art of seeing. By looking slowly, we’ll lean into discovering more about the work, the artists, and ourselves. No expertise needed, just bring your curiosity and willingness to unlock passion and creativity!
Artworks above by Harry Ellis, Jody E. Borhani-D’Amico and Shani Shih.
***This event is being offered as a pay what you can event, with a suggested donation of $20.00.***