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Early Bird Registration is now available until May 31!

CONFERENCE AGENDA draft

(subject to change - updated daily) 

Participants in this conference will have opportunities to

  • Share best practices in program development and curriculum design
  • Learn about current research models, including evaluation and documentation
  • Develop opportunities to collaborate with justice reform advocates in different states and nationally
  • Participate in workshops showcasing exemplary programs for juveniles and adults, as well as restorative justice and re-entry models
  • Learn how to build public awareness and enhance programmatic sustainability
  • Participate in art classes in various disciplines taught by master artists
  • Participate in Future IDs Exhibition and Prison Arts Collective Workshops at Alcatraz Island

Confirmed Speakers include:

Kathleen Allison, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; Beth Bienvenu, National Endowment for the Arts; Jessica Bogic and Jacqui Norton, De Montfort University, UK; Meagan Corrado, Storiez Trauma Narratives / Bryn Mawr College; Anne Bown-Crawford, California Arts Council; Larry Brewster, University of San Francisco; Dameion Brown and Lesley Currier, Marin Shakespeare Company; Annie Buckley, California State University - San Bernardino; Kathryn Carner, The Actors’ Gang; Laura Caulfield, University of Wolverhampton, UK; Mary Cohen, University of Iowa; Tim Fitzmaurice, William James Association; Mandy Gardner and Grady Hillman, Southwest Correctional Arts Network / Prison Arts Resource Project; Allia Griffin, Santa Clara University;Norris Henderson, Voice of the Experienced (VOTE); Beverly Iseghohi, Urban League of Greater Atlanta; Rhodessa Jones and Felicia Scaggs, The Medea Project; Elida Ledesma, Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network; Linda Litteral  Ashley Lucas, Prison Creative Arts Project, University of Michigan; Heather Martin, Youth Arts Alliance; Lorraine Moller, John Jay College of Criminal Justice; Charles Moore, Rehabilitation Through the Arts; Mariana Moscoso, California Arts Council; Dorsey Nunn, Legal Services for Prisoners with Children / All of Us or None; Meade Palidofsky, StoryCatchers Theatre; Carien Quiroga, Artivate; Gregory Sale, Arizona State University; Jarred Small, Ohio Arts Council; Curt L. Tofteland, Shakespeare Behind Bars;  Sara Trail, Five Keys Charter / Social Justice Sewing Academy; Ella Turenne, Occidental College / Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program; and Dawan Williams, Philadelphia Mural Arts


The SCU campus is conveniently close to San Jose Airport.

campus housing will be available with advanced registration.

For more information, please contact conference staff at:

aic@calawyersforthearts.org or (415) 775-7200 x 101 

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