The Administrative Maximum Facility in Florence, CO—known as the ADX—is the highest-security prison in the United States, and home to some of the most notorious men of our time.
Some of these inmates participate in a healing arts program designed to foster self-discipline and respect. This month, the public can see the inmates’ artwork at the Fremont Center for the Arts in Cañon City, CO.
The exhibit is called “Brokenhood: The Art of Healing Through Community.” It is one of several public exhibitions as part of the Creative Arts Platform’s (CAP) “Color of Hope” series. Over 100 pieces of art are included in the exhibit.