MEET THE PAC
The PAC is a collaborative organization that consists of students, faculty, individuals that are incarcerated, writers, scholars, and community members.
Annie Buckley, founder & director
Matthew McMilon, program coordinator
Jessica Agustin, outreach coordinator
Christina Quevedo, site lead, special needs
Price Hall, mentor & teaching artist
Diana Hernandez, research assistant & teaching artist
Julian Rubalcaba, designer & teaching artist
Mary Yosinao, student assistant
We are currently creating an advisory council.
Our teaching artists are a mix of experienced professional artists and writers, graduate and undergraduate students, and artists that are incarcerated.
Our participants are individuals that are incarcerated in California State Prisons.
Our valued volunteers give time and resources to support the work that we do. We welcome volunteer guest artists and scholars to present their work in our program. Experienced faculty also volunteer to mentor our teaching teams.
Volunteers that have offered specialized support and are valued advisors to our program currently include:
Alice Buckley, volunteer and donor
Jim Buckley and Patty Kelly, advisors and donors
Phung Huynh, guest artist, advisor, and donor
Samantha Fields, guest artist and faculty mentor, CSUN
We are a research project of the California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB), University Enterprises Corporation.
Our primary partner is CSUSB with special support from the College of Arts and Letters, the Department of Art, the Office of Community Engagement, the Office of Student Research, the Office of the President, and the Career Center.
Our institutional partners in CDCR include:
California Institution for Men (CIM)
California Institution for Women (CIW)
California Institution at Los Angeles County (LAC).
Inmate-sponsored arts groups:
The Facility C Art Group (CIM)
The Progressive Art Group (LAC)
The Visionary Arts Group (LAC)
California State University, Northridge
Antelope Valley College