Reforming Arts helps those under carceral control in Georgia explore creative solutions and build livable lives. We apply arts, theater-infused education, and reentry services to foster the development of creative critical thinking.

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Program Spotlight

Whitworth Women’s Facility and Pulaski State Prison

Our College in Prison program uses Theatre-Infused Liberal Arts curriculum in order to deliver college classes through a partnership with Georgia State University.

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There are many ways you can get involved to support our cause. Please reach out to us directly  if you have questions about where to start!

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Teach our programs in prisons

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Reforming Arts depends on the generous donations of individuals. Please consider making a one-time gift or recurring contribution.

Thank you to our sponsors

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