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“Creativity Can’t be Incarcerated” Showing in the Library Lobby

Gateways staff Antonio McClinon leads an AMP mentoring session about values at Green Hills School on Weds., Oct. 30, 2013. After discussing personal values, the Green Hills students made signs asserting their values and individuality.

Creativity Can’t be Incarcerated features portraits of young men from the Green Hill Institution, a juvenile prison in Chehalis, Washington. The portraits are exhibited alongside artwork by young men from Green Hill, created in workshops facilitated by Gateways for Incarcerated Youth.       Gateways for Incarcerated Youth is a 20-year collaboration between The Evergreen State College […]

KEPT OUT || KEPT IN Features “Confined Creations” in the Main Library


CONFINED CREATIONS Works by Inmates of the Washington Corrections Center Showing now through March 2 Confined Creations is a product of the Art Spirit class, started three years ago by The Washington Department of Corrections. The program is “opportunity for adult incarcerated men to make positive choices starting with their arts and crafts seen on display.” […]