This talk is part of Always Human: Re-Visioning Justice, a multi-site event series organized by Duke Chapel and other collaborators that examines prisons and mass incarceration from a variety of perspectives and through a variety of media.
Ruby Lounge at the Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Drive Durham,
Drop by the Ruby at noon on Friday for a casual art talk and free lunch! Speakers include Duke faculty and students who have produced work during a Rubenstein Arts Center arts project residency, as well as visiting artists and local NC creatives. Learn about the behind-the-scenes aspect of the creative process, careers in the arts, and more.
This fall, Duke Chapel is partnering with Hidden Voices, a local non-profit, to present an interactive installation created by men on death rows across the country—a community call and response between public audiences and the most hidden members of our society called Serving Life: ReVisioning Justice. The exhibit, which will be split between Duke Chapel and Gallery 235 in the Ruby, includes the men’s Life Maps, large-scale artist renderings of elements from those maps, and Virtual Reality pieces.
Join the presenters to learn more about the work and the men behind it.
In collaboration with community and campus partners, the Duke University Chapel project Always Human: Re-Visioning Justice examines prisons and mass incarceration from a variety of perspectives and through a variety of media.