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Presented By: Prison Creative Arts Project, The

Shared Humanity

Shared Humanity: Traveling Art Exhibit & Sale

Painting: Andy Wynkoop, Untitled Painting: Andy Wynkoop, Untitled
Painting: Andy Wynkoop, Untitled
Beginning Friday, August 11th, the exhibit Shared Humanity will be featured at the Greater Flint Arts Council from the Prison Creative Arts Project’s (PCAP) private collection. The artwork is for sale and will be on display through September 1, 2023.

According to Sarah Unrath, Curator and PCAP's Community Engagement Specialist, “The exhibition is designed to connect viewers to artists through the wide gamut of their human experiences. We all have dreams, memories, goals, pasts. We all process emotions of anger, joy, grief, and nostalgia. We have specially selected works that show a culmination of ways artists in prison have navigated the complex realities of being human.”

The curatorial staff at PCAP worked closely with artists who were formerly incarcerated to select works that would fit the theme of this exhibition and be of interest to the broader audience. Visitors will see works from familiar artists, including Andy Wynkoop, An ArtsyGuy, RIK, Roger (Free-Hand) Stephenson, and many others.

“This exhibition centralizes intersecting themes and multi-faceted layers of what it means to be human. Our hope is to challenge the lens through which the exhibit audience looks at people in prison. Coming out of a season that has worn us thin of human connection, this exhibit presents a unique opportunity to engage in powerful dialogue inspired by the art in Shared Humanity,” says Unrath

Admission is free and open to the public.

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