Inside & Out Exhibition Spotlight: Michelle Repiso and Treacy Ziegler

Justice Arts Coalition (JAC) is excited to announce our inaugural online exhibition: Inside & Out: Photorealists to Minimalists. Amid growing calls for transformative justice and the abolition of our country’s criminal legal system, artists can play a unique role in envisioning and implementing new ways of approaching conflict, building community, and fostering healing. By changing …

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Announcing JAC’s New Gallery of the Month Series

At Justice Arts Coalition, we are always working on new ways to engage with our community and share the wonderful work of our network artists. In the past year, we have moved our existing programs to virtual spaces to respond to the pandemic and developed innovative new ways to better amplify system-impacted artists. One of …

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Inside & Out Musical Launch: Spotlight on Artists BL Shirelle and King Moosa

by Melissa Wang, JAC Intern Justice Art Coalition’s inaugural virtual exhibition is opening tonight, featuring over thirty incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, teaching, and independent artists. We invite you to join us for the musical launch of Inside & Out: Photorealists to Minimalists, tonight, February 26th, at 7 PM EST. Register for the event here.  JAC will …

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Artist Spotlight: Brian Hindson

by Melissa Wang and Isa Berliner, JAC Interns The creative process enables us to see good in the world and people around us. Brian Hindson’s story and his collaborative work with other incarcerated artists exemplify this exceptional power of art. His creative story begins, surprisingly, twenty-two years after leaving art school. Although Brian attended art …

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Teaching Artist Spotlight: Judy Dworin

JAC recently spoke with Judy Dworin, our newest addition to the Teaching Artist Spotlight series. The Judy Dworin Performance Project (JDPP) is an arts non-profit that harnesses creative expression as a catalyst for positive change. JDPP uses dance, theater performance, and multi-arts engagement to examine social issues, build bridges of understanding across diverse communities, and …

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