Exhibition featuring artists impacted by criminal justice system featured on WHYY

Oct 31, 2020 | Mural Arts Philadelphia

Russell Craig (left) made a portrait of his artistic mentor James ‘Yaya’ Hough (right). The portrait hangs outside the African American Museum Philadelphia behind them, where the work of both artists appears in a new exhibit, Rendering Justice. (Peter Crimmins/WHYY)

WHYY’s Peter Crimmins covered the Mural Arts Philadelphia opening of the Rendering Justice exhibition at the African American Museum in Philadelphia. The exhibition features work by formerly incarcerated artists and artists impacted by the criminal justice system. Rendering Justice will be on view virtually through January 3, 2021.

 

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