Huxley: Throughout 2021, Huxley worked with PAC to design a guest artist program, made up of 15 individual lessons over 15 weeks. Throughout Fall 2021, PAC taught the new program in one prison, and is currently preparing to bring it to the 12 men’s and women’s California State Prisons where PAC holds programming! 


PAC wants to thank everyone at Huxley, all of the artists and talent that contributed to this project. We, and all of our participants, are thrilled to have worked with such a diverse, unique, and passionate group of people to produce such a special distance learning packet!

List of Artists that contributed to the Huxley x PAC distance learning packet:

Christina Quarles, artist 
Daniel Regan, photographer
David Ostow, cartoonist
Faye Wei Wei, artist
Isamaya Ffrench, makeup and visual artist 
Issy Wood, artist
Joey Yu, illustrator and artist
Kai Isaiah Jamal, poet, activist and artist
Kelsey Lu, musician and artist
Mercedes Azpilicueta, artist
Sterling Ruby, artist
Tyler Mitchell, photographer
Vincent Haycock, photographer and filmmaker
Willo Perron and Brian Roettinger, partners and designers at P–R Studio
Wim Hof, extreme athlete and inventor of the Wim Hof method

Anti-Recidivism Coalition: PAC collaborated with ARC in January 2019 to host a reception for Beyond the Blue at the Sacramento offices of ARC and to mount an exhibition of Beyond the Blue at the officers of State Senator Kevin McCarty.

CB1 Gallery: CB1 Gallery, previously located in downtown Los Angeles, hosted PAC's first public exhibition, Through the Wall, in spring 2016. 
Corita Art Center: We are pleased to collaborate with Corita Art Center of Los Angeles. In the summer of 2016, they invited our research team to the Center. Following the visit, they created a new curriculum based on the work and teachings of trailblazing artist and educator, Corita Kent, specifically for our programs in the prisons. 

JP Durand and Liza Carbe of Incendio: We are thrilled to welcome these nationally touring musicians and friends of the PAC for special concerts at the prisons for our incarcerated participants.

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