Future IDs Art and Justice Leadership Cohort

A screenshot of students in a Zoom classroom holding up their self portraits.
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The “Future IDs Art and Justice Leadership Cohort” explores how academia through socially engaged art practice can embrace system-impacted leaders as community justice scholars/learners, to further their effectiveness as catalysts of social change. Cohort members hone their working understanding of the power of artistic production to support justice reform and second chances after incarceration.

In Fall 2021, with artist/educator Gregory Sale, curator Julio Cesar Morales and ASU students, cohort members will participate in a School of Art “Art & Justice” seminar and co-create public programs for ASU Art Museum’s 2021 exhibition “Undoing Time: Art and the Histories of Incarceration.”

Image: Students, the community justice scholars/learners and Professor Gregory Sale create self-portraits in the Spring 2021 Art and Justice course at ASU. 

Principal Investigator(s)

Gregory Sale | Associate Professor, School of Art

Julio Cesar Morales | Curator, ASU Art Museum

Johanna K. Taylor | Assistant Professor and Program Director, The Design School

Dr. Luis Garcia | Associate Psychotherapist, Eye Cue Mental Health