Art for Reform was started by two Spokane mothers, a lawyer and an artist, compelled to create change.  Our mission is to create art that moves people to get involved.  Our belief is that reform should be approachable and accessible to everyone. 


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April 21, 2018

Sometimes people will ask Ami Strahan how many kids she has, but she struggles to answer.

Well, she had two kids. She gave birth to two kids. But now she only has one.

"So do I say I have one? Or do I say I had two," she says to a room of about 120 people gathered April 19 at the McGinnity Room downtown...

April 20, 2018

Speaking before a crowded room Thursday, Ami Strahan noted that today is also the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting in which two shooters killed 12 students and one teacher. Last year, just three months after her husband was crushed on Father’s Day under a camping trailer, 15-year-old Sam Strahan was killed Sept. 13 during a shooting at Freeman High School...

April 20, 2018

People gathered at the McGinnity Room in Downtown Spokane to see a new art exhibit to raise money for gun reform efforts Thursday.

The event was hosted by the non-profit Arts 4 Reform. The new organization is headed by artist Carolina Johnson and attorney Janelle Carney. They said they began the non-profit about a month ago. 

They aim to use art to raise awareness and money for what they call common sense gun control efforts.

Just a few days after the Parkland Florida shooting Carolina Johnson began working on portraits of the victims.

April 17, 2018

After a 19-year-old shot and killed 17 students and staff at a high school in Parkland, Florida, and injured 17 more, local artist and mother Carolina Johnson thought, "Enough
Sparked by that "enough moment," Johnson and her friend, Janelle Carney, formed the nonprofit Art 4 Reform in about a month, with the idea of using art as a vehicle for change...

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