ANTIVIRAL: 25 Years to Restorative Justice

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ANTIVIRAL: 25 Years to Restorative Justice

ANTIVIRAL: 25 Years to Restorative Justice

As the culmination of VIRAL: 25 Years from Rodney King, a powerful exhibition touring the US since 2016, ANTIVIRAL: 25 Years to Restorative Justice will be launched as a countdown to criminal justice reform by 2041. VIRAL: RK25, which features over 50 artists in traditional and experimental media, will be presented in five parts over five days during the 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles uprisings. Five pop-up exhibitions in Bay Area locations from April 29 to May 4, 2017 will be accompanied by educational workshops, performances, and restorative justice dialogue. The project is organized by Daryl Elaine Stenvoll-Wells, a Berkeley-based artist, educator, and engagement advocate.  In fall of 2014, Stenvoll-Wells founded Art Responders, a social media community committed to sharing artists’ responses to racially motivated violence in law enforcement. The Alternative Exposure grant supports exhibition expenses, including performer stipends and the production of an online publication.

Alternative Exposure grantee lead applicant: 

Daryl Elaine Stenvoll-Wells

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