SERVING LIFE: ReVisioning Justice.
Since 2013, Hidden Voices has collaborated with men on death rows across the country to envision a multi-arts project able to generate the civic will to revision justice. Check out these NEW PROJECT PIECES!
SERVING LIFE at The Rubenstein Arts Center, Duke University
On display November 1 - December 10, 2018
December 1st - Please join us Saturday morning at the Ruby for a reception and tour of the exhibit, hosted by the Human Kindness Foundation.
STANDING ON LOVE, Duke Chapel
On display October 30 - December 2, 2018
A part of SERVING LIFE: ReVisioning Justice, the exhibit brings centerstage portraits and reflections from more than a dozen families who have dealt with a loved one living on death row. Their words and faces offer us a glimpse into their daily struggles at the same time they offer the chance to explore the meaning of justice, mercy, and compassion in our lives.
Meet the photographer, Jenny Warburg and participating family members. Jenny is a photographer and former social worker whose photographs have appeared in numerous publications including The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, US News and World Report, The Los Angeles Times, People, Rolling Stone, US Weekly, Mother Jones, The Washington Post, Ms., The Guardian, and the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Report.
Coming Fall 2020! - A GOOD BOY: An opera/music theater work sharing stories from family members living with a loved one sentenced to death. This new work invites us to reconsider our most essential values as we re-vision the meaning of justice in our lives, our communities, and our nation.
AT EASE: Bridging the Military-Civilian Divide, UNC Student Union Gallery
On Display November 3 - December 3, 2018
A collection of portraits, stories, letters, and care packages will be on display. AT EASE is a community-based, multimedia project highlighting the complexity of voices, experiences, and perspectives surrounding military service since the Gulf War.
July 29th to Aug 3rd 2018
TO BUY THE SUN
New York, New York April 5, 6, 7, 2018 @ 7 p.m. St. Paul's Chapel, Trinity Church Wall Street
New Haven, Connecticut April 12, 13, 14, 2018 @ 8 p.m. Pauli Murray College at Yale University
Washington, D.C. April 17, 2018 @ 7 p.m. Howard University West Campus
KENAN THEATER, Aug 23-27, 2017 Based on years of conversations with men sentenced to die in prison, Count invites us right into the stark otherworld of death row, a world that is both incredibly dissimilar and sometimes disturbingly similar to our own. During the course of the play, six men seek to discover what truly constitutes a life well-lived. As we join their lively, difficult, and ultimately affirming search for what ancient philosophers called “the good life,” we are challenged and transformed by the recognition that we are all struggling for the same things.