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Words Uncaged

“WordsUncaged” Exhibition Extended Through the End of 2018

The California Humanities Art of Storytelling exhibit WordsUncaged: Voices from Inside Lancaster Prison has been extended and will continue on view at our Oakland office through the end of 2018. Please send a message to jfry@calhum.org to make an appointment to see this exhibition.

Words Uncaged, a project funded by California Humanities, is a creative platform created by the men of A-Yard California State Prison, Lancaster and California State University, Los Angeles professor Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy as a way to collect and preserve the first-person perspective of living with a life without parole sentence in California expressed through art and writing and also features portraits of the inmates by photographer F. Scott Schafer. Its purpose is for incarcerated artists, writers, students  and poets to dialogue, and critically engage with you through portrait, painting, and oral and written history.

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