UCLA Connecting Art and Law for Liberation

A free arts festival and call to action to end mass incarceration.


Join visionary artists, activists, attorneys, advocates, legal scholars, and community members at UCLA for a festival of innovative, cutting-edge collaborations at the intersection of art and law, aimed at developing and disseminating new strategies to end mass incarceration. Programming includes a keynote by Danny Glover, performances by Aloe Blacc, urban latin dance theater company Contra Tiempo, and our very own Adé Jackson, a gallery of art by currently incarcerated artists, interactive workshops, and film screenings. Check out our website to learn more and register today!

This program is co-sponsored by:
UCLA Criminal Justice Program
UCLA Prison Law and Policy Program
UCLA Prison Education Program
California Arts Council
Epstein Public Interest Law and Policy Program
Critical Race Studies
Criminal Justice Society
Homeboy Industries
The Promise Institute for Human Rights
Black Law Students Association
Prison Arts Collective
National Lawyers Guild
And more!