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Symposium:
The Milwaukee Model: Envisioning the Role of the Arts in Criminal Justice Reform

November 1–3, 2018

This initiative seeks to bring artists and experts from around the country together with groups working in Milwaukee to discuss how arts and educational programming might shift perceptions and attitudes about the criminal justice system and incarcerated individuals. All symposium events are free and open to the public, but advance registration is recommended.

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Co-organized with the Haggerty Museum of Art at Marquette University

Sponsored by: Bader Philanthropies Brico Fund Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Community Outreach Sponsor: The Reva & David Logan Foundation
Media Sponsor: WUWM 89.7 FM — Milwaukee’s NPR

Programs + Events

Community Conversations

Saturday, February 2, 2 PM

Be a part of the conversations, facilitated by Dasha Kelly, about the role of the arts in criminal justice reform begun at this fall's Milwaukee Model symposium. Come thirty minutes before each conversation for an express talk. Meet outside the exhibition.

Sat, Feb 2, 2 p.m.: Families Behind Bars

Hear from young people affected by incarceration.

Conversation is held inside the exhibition.

Community Conversations

Thursday, March 7, 6:15 PM

Be a part of the conversations, facilitated by Dasha Kelly, about the role of the arts in criminal justice reform begun at this fall's Milwaukee Model symposium. Come thirty minutes before each conversation for an express talk. Meet outside the exhibition.

Thurs, March 7, 6:15 p.m.: Restoring Rights

What is the societal impact of restricting the voting rights of individuals reentering the community after incarceration.


Conversation is held in Lubar Auditorium