TEAM

ANNIE BUCKLEY

DIANE MICHAELI

RAYLEEN MARTINEZ

Organizer and Co-Facilitator
Web Design Intern

PHUNG HUYNH

KATHERINE GRAY

ASHLEY WOODS

Guest Artist and Co-Facilitator
Guest Artist
Photography Intern
Photographer
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PETER MERTS

DANIELLE YELLEN

ALEXANDER MASUSHIGE

Designer
Photographer
Video Intern
Documentation Intern

Associate Professor of Visual Studies, CSUSB

Founder and Director, Community-based Art / Prison Arts Collective

Associate Professor of Art, Los Angeles Valley College

Photographer and mentor to photography interns

Designer and mentor to design interns

Associate Professor of Art, Graduate

Coordinator, CSUSB

Outreach Coordinator, Community-based Art / Prison Arts Collective

Documentation Intern
Teaching Artist
Teaching Intern
Teaching Artist
Teaching Artist
Teaching Intern
Teaching Artist
Teaching Intern

OAKLEY ROSS

JENNIFER MONTENEGRO

CATHERINE FRENCH

MELISSA DAILEY

CHRISTINA QUEVEDO

ZEINA BALTAGI

JAMIE HUDSON

MARLYNN TABARES

We would like to thank our partners in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for their support, with a special thanks to the following:

 

  • California Institution for Men- Warden Dean Borders, Community Resource Manager Delinia Lewis, and Analyst Robin Franklin

 

  • California Institution for Women- Warden Molly Hill, Community Resource Manager Ronnie Shupe, and Analyst Denice Green

This project is generously funded by a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Art Works Grant in the category of Multidisciplinary and Presenting — Additional support comes from Arts in Corrections, an initiative of the California Arts Council and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. This project would not be possible without the support of the Department of Art, the College of Arts and Letters, and Research and Sponsored Programs at CSUSB. Accounts and administrative services were provided by the University Enterprises Corporation in association with CSUSB

About Us

The Prison Arts Collective works to expand access to the transformative power of the arts through collaboration and mutual learning that supports the development of self-expression, reflection, communication, and empathy through providing multidisciplinary arts programming in correctional institutions.

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