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Please note: In light of developments surrounding COVID-19, an altered version of this event will be shared online.
Update: In lieu of the on-site event, the Ohio Prison Arts Connection will host a program of conversation and performance beginning at 11 AM on Facebook Live and share additional programming and resources from around the state on OPAC's website.
Returned citizens, Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction staff, teaching artists, community members, people who work in reentry and mental health, and citizens interested in social justice and the restorative power of art are all welcome to join.
The Ohio Prison Arts Connection coalition is committed to promoting access to the arts for people involved in the justice system and to bringing people and art together both inside and outside of prisons.
Cosponsored by the Ohio Arts Council, Otterbein University, Healing Broken Circles, Returning Artists Guild, Music and Theatre Association, Justice Arts Coalition, and William James Association.
MADE POSSIBLE BY
Greater Columbus Arts Council
Ohio Arts Council
American Electric Power Foundation
The Columbus Foundation
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT PROVIDED BY
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams
Cardinal Health Foundation
Ohio Prison Arts Connection: Online