Join us for a virtual panel discussion and open conversation on the relationship between art and restorative justice.
Sunday, April 11, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm | Virtual
With an emphasis on healing, restorative justice is centered on repairing the harm caused by crime and criminal behavior. For this program, the panelists will explore the inspirational work of artist Ali Waller, discuss how restorative justice relates to sexual violence, and model the use of healing circles as a means to empower survivors.
The content of this panel may be triggering for some audience members.
About the Panelists
Tennessee-based artist Ali Waller creates sculptural installations that comment on feminine bodies and buses of power. Waller's exhibition, /200, is currently on view at SECCA. Lear more about Ali Waller's exhibition HERE.
Katie Horowitz is an Assistant Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies at Davidson College, and her work centers around drag, pornography, abortion, sex work, and transformative justice. Learn more about Katie Horowitz HERE.
A local member of Triad Restorative Justice, Karen Dorr facilitates restorative justice training for educators and youth counselors. Learn more about Triad Restorative Justice HERE.