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Wednesday, Sep 9: 6-8 pm
EXHIBITION OPENING
Life After Death and Elsewhere


Life After Death and Elsewhere is an exhibition conceived and organized in collaboration with prisoners on Death Row in Nashville, Tennessee. The show will focus on designs by the prisoners for their own memorials, which take various forms such as drawings, photographs, paintings, models, and text-based pieces.

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Saturday, Sep 9: 4 pm
PANEL DISCUSSION
Art and Social Justice on Death Row


Speakers: Lisa Guenther, author of Death and Other Penalties: Philosophy in a Time of Mass Incarceration (Fordham University Press, 2015); Cathleen Price, professor, author, and works with the human rights advocacy organizations Equal Justice Initiative; former Tennessee Death Row Inmate Ndume Olatushani; and exhibition organizers Robin Paris and Tom Williams

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Thursday, Oct 8: 7 pm
PUBLIC PROGRAM
Telling Our Story - Moses Williams tells stories of death row inmates


At Riverbend Maximum Security Prison in Nashville, Tennessee, the men imprisoned on death row each have a story to tell. But, their voices are rarely, if ever, heard. Telling Our Story is a collaboration between individuals living on the "outside" and often unheard inmates. By passing their experiences onto collaborators, their stories become living documents that can be told and retold beyond the prison walls.

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Wednesday, Nov 11: 7 pm
BOOK LAUNCH
Broken Sleep


Author Bruce Bauman launches his new book Broken Sleep. Drinks will be served before Bauman reads short selections from his latest publication, with a Q&A to follow.
Nov 17: 7 pm
DOUBLE TAKE READING SERIES
Double Take 14


Organized by Albert Mobilio, three pairs of authors trade takes on a shared experience.

Featuring:
Lynn Crawford & Matvei Yankelevich
Jennifer Firestone & Katy Lederer
Bruce Bauman & Stephen O’Connor


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Dec 1: 7 pm
DOUBLE TAKE READING SERIES
Double Take 15


Organized by Albert Mobilio, three pairs of authors trade takes on a shared experience.

Featuring:
Yona McDonough & Bonnie Friedman
Noah Isenberg & Molly Haskell
Gene Seymour & Guest


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