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Milwaukee Model Symposium Looks At Intersection Of Art & Criminal Justice

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The Milwaukee Art Museum and the Haggerty Museum of Art have convened a symposium on art and social issues, focusing specifically on criminal justice reform. Entitled, "The Milwaukee Model: Envisioning the Role of the Arts in Criminal Justice Reform," the three day series of talks and workshops features a local and nationally renowned panel of artists, curators, academics, and criminal justice experts.

Christian Viveros-Fauné is one of those experts. He’s an art and culture critic and the curator-at-large at the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum. He also has a keen interest in art and politics and how they inform each other. Viveros-Fauné discusses the intersection of art and criminal justice with Lake Effect's Bonnie North. 

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Bonnie North
Bonnie joined WUWM in March 2006 as the Arts Producer of the locally produced weekday magazine program Lake Effect.