MA supports '2020 Vision: 100 Years of Justice exhibition' 20 contemporary artists from across England and Wales involved 05 October 2021 The Magistrates Association turned 100 years old last year. To celebrate a century of being the collective voice of the magistracy and the tireless pursuit of justice, we have proudly supported “2020 Vision: 100 Years of Justice.” The exhibition is built on 10 themes - topical issues around which both legislation and societal attitudes have evolved dramatically over the past century and will continue to evolve moving forward. These include LGBT+ rights, race and criminal justice, ownership of information and others. 20 contemporary artists from across England and Wales (including Koestler Arts alumni) have been commissioned to respond to these themes. The resulting exhibition of 20 original artworks is both a retrospective of legislative milestones from the past 100 years and a hopeful gaze into what the next century could bring. The exhibition will take place at D Contemporary gallery in London between 12 - 23 October, from 11am-5pm each day. You can also view the art pieces on a special website until then. Previous Article The MA is hiring - check out the 3 roles we're recruiting to Next Article MA calls for changes to reduce impact of crown court backlogs on cases involving violence against women and girls Print Tags: BAME Justice Justice system LGBT+ Please login or register to post comments.