VOTE IMAGE ON PROMINENT L.A. BILLBOARD

Affluence, provides you the space where you don’t have to see, hear, or smell, that which makes you uncomfortable. If you know someone who has lost a loved one to incarceration, might it have been related to policies from Lawmakers … Continue reading

Philadelphia Form Holds Portraits of Justice Symposium

Portraits of Justice is a daylong symposium that will engage the public in reimagining 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 … Continue reading

HELP BREAK PRISONER ART EXHIBITION ATTENDANCE RECORD

We want to give a huge shout-out for all the love and community support to those who heeded our call (See Below), to shatter a gallery attendance record with our Exhibition of Prisoner Art. It was an overwhelming success, and … Continue reading

WHERE ARE THE AFRICAN AMERICANS?

In the 20th Century we had Jim Crow. In the 21st Century we have the New Jim Crow or Neo Jim Crow. Can America point to her Jim Crow authors, writers, and painters of the 20th Century? Can Blacks point … Continue reading

SUBVERSIVE ART & THE ART OF SUBVERSION. Lesson Two: NIGGER VERSUS NIGGA

This post is long overdue, yet it’s still premature. I’m only posting now as to something I read. So it’s an emotional response, rather than a rational response. In preparation for another upcoming post, I ran across an UK Guardian … Continue reading

SUBVERSIVE ART AND THE ART OF SUBVERSION: Is Free Speech Under Attack?; LESSONS ON SATIRE

First Sony, now Charlie Hebdo, satire, and satirist are under attack. Most people don’t truly understand America’s founding fathers, and their relationship to power. All you hear from the political idiots is about working together in Washington, to come together, … Continue reading