The RE:CLAIM Project

Title Track is honored to be a collaborating partner of The RE:CLAIM project!

RE:CLAIM — Rooted Exhibition: Community, Love, Abundance, Intergenerational, Multiplicity

The RE:CLAIM project is a collective of artists, advocates, and movement builders seeking to honor the complexity and diversity of the community impact of the criminal legal system as it affects youth, adults, and families. The layers of the immersive installation offer audio and visual arts as a catalyst for visioning practices, and resources supporting the wellness and safety of our neighbors.  The exhibition events will take place the evenings of September 15, 22, and 30 from 5:30pm – 8:00pm, however, the artwork will remain in the courthouse for 8-weeks.

All RE:CLAIM exhibitions are free to attend but registration is required via eventbrite for entry for each evening.
We encourage you to also RSVP, share and invite your friends to the Facebook events for each evening:
September 15
September 22

The organizational leadership of RE:CLAIM is:
Youth Arts Alliance, Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice, Washtenaw County My Brother’s Keeper, Amplify Project, and Title Track.  Working in partnership with the Washtenaw County Trial Court, these organizations will collaborate with many organizational partners, artists, musicians, and culture makers to participate in this exhibition and programming series.

OPENING NIGHT at the Washtenaw County Courthouse is September 15 and will include spoken word, dance, and a special performance by ‘Formula 734’ as they release their second album.  Formula 734 is an intergenerational music collaboration created by Washtenaw My Brother’s Keeper (WMBK).  WMBK is a community transformation and youth empowerment collaborative focused on enhancing the lives of young men of color.  Their first album and partnering documentary has received critical acclaim from various local and national media sources.

September 22 will involve community conversations and the topic “What If We Were All Free” as led by Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice Co-Director, Desirae Simmons

September 30 is our final night of exhibition programming and will feature three musical artists with ties to the Washtenaw BIPOC Community.

Please visit and following The RE:CLAIM Project on Facebook and Instagram for additional details.