Prison Nation: Posters on the Prison Industrial Complex
March 8, 2006, received from Center for the Study of Political Graphics
America, poster by Cedomir Kostovic, 2004
PRISON NATION: Posters on the Prison Industrial Complex
March 19, - June 4, 2006
Watts Towers Art Center
1727 E. 107th Street
Los Angeles, CA
OPENING: March 19, 1 - 3pm
2pm: Panel with representatives from organizations doing prison work in Los Angeles.
PRISON NATION will cover many of the critical issues surrounding the system of mass incarceration including: the death penalty, Three Strikes, racism, women's right to self defense, access to education and health care, sweatshop labor, divestment, privatization, torture, and re-entry into the community.
This exhibition is funded in part by the Department of Cultural Affairs, City of Los Angeles.
PRISON NATION FLIER
Sunday Afternoon Film Series at Watts Towers Arts Center: Look for Schedule on CSPG's website.
The Center for the Study of Political Graphics collects, conserves and exhibits historical and contemporary social movement posters. With more than 50,000 posters, the Center is internationally recognized as the largest archive of post-WWII political posters in the U.S. The Center uses its collection to reclaim the power of art and inspire action.
CSPG's Website: www.politicalgraphics.org
Center for the Study of Political Graphics