Valentino Dixon: Journey to Freedom

October 15 – December 4, 2020
Exhibition extended to Friday, January 29, 2021

CREATIVITY AS INSPIRATION & HEALING
A Public Interview with
Artist, Exoneree, Smart Justice, and Art Therapy Advocate

January 28, 2021 at 4p

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Otterbein Alumnus, co-founder of   and Board member for Healing Broken Circles Ben Willis ’14 will interview artist and exoneree Valentino Dixon and his daughter Valentina Dixon ’14 about the artist’s 27 years of wrongful incarceration, its impact on his daughter, and the role that art played in securing his freedom. This will be the first time that Valentina, a first grade teacher at Millenium Community School, will speak with the Otterbein community since her father was exonerated in 2018. James Prysock, Otterbein’s Director of the Office of Social Justice and Activism, will host the online interview and provide broader context for the event. Learn more about Dixon’s life, journey to freedom, and artwork , and about his Advocacy work with Golf Digest Editorial Director and Vice President, Max Adlher, and Georgetown University professor Marc Howard through the Art of Justice Foundation . See the documentary .

About the Exhibition

Location and Hours

The Joanne Miller Stichweh Gallery
33 Collegeview Road
Dự đoán xổ số Khánh Hòa Westerville, OH 43081

Mon - Su 9a - 9p
Closed Holidays and Breaks

614.823.1792

All exhibitions are free and open to the public.