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Juneteenth Exhibition: 
Televised Revolution: Working Towards Criminal Justice Reform Through Art


This exhibition aims to connect people to the lives and experiences of those incarcerated and affected by the criminal justice system. Rather than focus on the grim realities of prison life and the criminal justice system, we hope the exhibition will help viewers connect with the humanity and depth of those incarcerated and provide a vision of reformation. 


Key Details:

  • June 16 - 19, 2022

  • Location: Washington, DC

  • 8 artists will be chosen, with 2-3 art pieces selected for the exhibition, based upon their artwork submissions and responses to questions below;

  • Artists may either submit an idea for a commission or a pre-existing original artwork that speaks to the theme; 

  • BlkArthouse Commission fee = 30% of any artwork sold

Artist Submission

Notice: BlkArthouse is curating this exhibition by ARTIST, not artwork submitted. We encourage artists to take time and reflect upon the theme and questions asked. Thoughtful submissions will be preferred. 

Submission Deadline: April 8, 2022 at 11:59pm EST

Questions can be directed to


By submitting, you confirm: 

  1. The artwork you plan to feature will be completed and shipped by 5/27/2022; 

  2. You are able to ship the artwork; and 

  3. You agree to the BlkArthouse Artist Terms of Service

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