JULY 2018


Join us Saturday July 21st 6-10PM for our 3rd annual PAPERCUTS ZINE SHOW. Discover several local artists and their original zine creations. Many will also be displaying prints, photos, stickers, buttons and more!


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The Hill Street Country Club and Linksoul Lab are proud to present Modi Operandi: The Processes of Creation in Confinement, new works created by featuring artworks from Project PAINT artists in Donovan State Prison. 

 This exhibition, which features over fifty artists, highlights work produced in Project PAINT’s 2017-2018 cycle and focuses on the often-inventive processes behind the finished products created in our courses. Due to the highly restrictive nature/focus on safety and security of the prison environment, art supplies are severely restricted and highly controlled. Therefore, teaching artists and participants have to become very creative in their methods, leading to unique uses of materials and MOs distinct from those of the traditional art world. The displayed pieces are from six courses: Project-Based Art (40 weeks), Printed Ephemera A-Z (32 weeks), 2D Illustration (18 weeks), Color Theory (18 weeks), Figure Drawing

Open Reception, Sunday, July 29th at 4pm to 7pm runs til August 7th,

Special panel discussion speakers : Saturday August 4th

Suggested Donation: 10.00 ( 100% donated to Project Paint. 

Project PAINT: The Prison Arts Initiative is an arts organization at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility (RJDCF), a men’s medium/maximum security prison in the Otay Mesa neighborhood of San Diego. Part of California’s renowned Arts-in-Corrections program and funded through the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation in partnership with the California Arts Council, Project PAINT creates collaborative projects, conducts visual arts and fine crafts workshops, and provides informative lectures as rehabilitation for people who are incarcerated. Visit projectpaint.org  #Artisforeveryone  #HealthyCommunication #PAINT #JOURNAL