A joint International exhibition of art from P.A.T.H. & ArtReach by Prisoners incarcerated in the USA & on San Quentin death row
Opening Reception: Thu., Jan. 18, 6:00-8:00pm
P.A.T.H. and ArtReach are collaborating for the first time in a joint international exhibit, in the lobby of the Mill Valley branch of the Bank of Marin during their regular business hours (free admission).
This unique and thought provoking public show will feature artwork, poetry and various handcrafted art objects – all created by inmates in prisons from around the USA (P.A.T.H.), and prisoners incarcerated on death row at San Quentin State Prison (ArtReach).
Says one San Quentin death row artist: “Art created in prison is an expression of hope, provides a focus and purpose, and helps those who have often not had the chance to express themselves to do so in an acceptable way from behind prison walls.”
Art on display will also be available for purchase.
Please join us for our opening reception on January 18th!
Contact: Leslie Lakes, Director (phone/email below)
P.A.T.H. is a MarinLink 501(c)3 non profit project
[Pictured: excerpt, Cranes Coming Home, Daniel Landry]
Additional time info:
Thursday, Jan. 18 — 6:00 – 8:00pm
Regular Business Hours:
Monday-Friday: 10:00 am – 6:00 pm