incARceraTed Little Rock 2019

incARceraTed is a series focused on the arts, criminal justice and life transformation.


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FREE MEN OFFICIAL TRAILER (by Anne-Frédérique Widmann)

The Visionairi Foundation in conjunction with Brandon House and Who Decides, Inc. will host the incARceraTed Series in Little Rock, Arkansas this fall.

These events will engage the Central Arkansas community on stringent issues of criminal justice and capital punishment reform, entrepreneurship and hope. The first event will be a screening of the film FREEMEN at the Ron Robinson Theatre on October 20th.

Told through the charismatic voice of inmate Kenneth Reams, FREE MEN is a film about human resilience. In solitary confinement for the last 25 years, Kenneth has pushed back the walls of his cell to become a painter, a poet, non-profit founder, and art event organizer – all while fighting for justice.

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ADMISSION IS FREE, BUT TICKETS ARE REQUIRED FOR ENTRY. VISIT https://www.facebook.com/events/885685578499641/ TO RESERVE YOUR TICKETS.


incARceraTed Northwest Arkansas 2019


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Art, History, and the Criminal Justice System

Art, History, and the Criminal Justice System featured art and remarks from special guest artist, Kenneth Reams. In 1993, Reams, a native of Pine Bluff, became the youngest person sentenced to execution in Arkansas history at the age of 18. Using art, Kenneth literally fights to save his life while creating a new future. His work has received numerous accolades and Reams conducts art exhibits and speaking engagements at institutions and in communities around the world.

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Free Men Screening

Told through the charismatic voice of inmate Kenneth Reams, FREE MEN is a film about human resilience. In solitary confinement for the last 25 years, Kenneth has pushed back the walls of his cell to become a painter, a poet, non-profit founder, and art event organizer – all while fighting for justice. This film made it’s Arkansas debut at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

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Art, Activism, and Systemic Injustice

Art, Activism and Systemic Injustice was a powerful conversation featuring UA Law School Dean Dr. Brian Gallini, acclaimed New York artist Lawrence Bartley, UA African & African American Studies Director Dr. Valandra, and special guest Kenneth Reams. The event also featured an art exhibition, where audiences could purchase art from incarcerated artists - with 100% proceeds returned to artists themselves.

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