Prison Nation: Posters on the Prison Industrial Complex in Rancho Cucamonga!

Prison Nation: Posters on the Prison Industrial Complex 

June 9th – July 24th, 2014

prison.nationCAA Center for the Arts, in the CAA Student Gallery

5885 Haven Avenue, Rancho Cucamonga  

 

The Prison Nation: Posters on the Prison Industrial Complex is on display right now at Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga! This Wednesday, June 18th, there will be an exciting day of events including an exhibition tour, a reception, and a panel discussion about plans to build new prisons and jails and how people can plug into the fight to stop them. Then, on July 24th, the last day of the exhibit, there will be a Political Poster Making Workshop from 1-5pm. The events are free and open to the public. Spread the word and come out to this great event! 

 

Prison Nation: Posters on the Prison Industrial Complex 

June 18th 2-6 PM Reception, Tour, and Discussions 

2:00-2:45: Exhibition Tour with CSPG Executive Director Carol Wells

 2:45-3:15: CURB Presentation on the growth of prisons in California by Dolores Canales

 3:30-5:00: Panel Discussion

 5:00-6:00: Reception

July 24th Political Poster Making Workshop 

1:00-1:45: Exhibit Tour

 2:00-5:00: Poster Making workshop

Questions? Contact Rebecca Trawick at rebecca.trawick@chaffey.edu or (909) 652 6493

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