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Finding Aid for the California. Dept. of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Arts-in-Corrections Records. 1977-2010.
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1. William James Association. 1970s-2009

Scope and Contents note

The William James Association is a nonprofit community service organization based in Santa Cruz, CA that promotes work service in the arts, environment, education, and community development. Beginning with the pilot Prison Arts Project in 1979 and through their involvement with Arts in Corrections in the 1980s until 2010, the William James Association coordinated arts programs in California's correctional institutions. The William James Association series contains administrative records of Prison Arts Project and Arts in Corrections, records related to the coordination of art exhibits and competitions, photographic documentation of works of art, literary publications, and a portion of the organization's textual and audiovisual library related to Arts in Corrections functions. [NOTE: Photographic materials from assorted boxes of UCLA accession 1565/1566 on loan to Peter Merts, fine art photographer (mail@petermerts.com; 415.492.8248)]
 

1.1 Administrative records. 1974-2002

Scope and Contents note

Boxes 1 through 6 contain Eloise Smith's materials in original order with their original folder titles preserved. Eloise Smith was the first Director of the California Arts Council from 1976-1977, founder and director of the Prison Arts Project at Vacaville from 1979-1981, an advisory board member of the Prison Arts Project, and an advisory board member of Arts in Corrections; she was married to historian Page Smith, one of the founders of the William James Association. The remaining materials in this sub-series include William James Association's administrative records related to Arts in Corrections.
Box 1, Folder 1

Evaluation. 1984-1985

Scope and Contents note

Instructions and planning documents for the evaluation of the William James Association's Prison Arts Project.
Box 1, Folder 2

Mission statement. undated

Scope and Contents note

Mission statement, history, and description of programs of the William James Association. Also includes one unidentified color photograph of a woman holding a mixed media piece of art.
Box 1, Folder 3

Smith, Eloise and Page. 1988-1995

Scope and Contents note

Documentation of publicity, newspaper clippings, correspondence, résumés, awards, and contracts associated with Charles Page Smith, founder of the William James Association, and Eloise Smith, board member and Director of the Prison Arts Project.
Box 1, Folder 4

Lee, Paul. undated

Scope and Contents note

In 1973, Charles Page Smith and Paul Lee founded the William James Association in order to re- constitute the Civilian Conservation Corps. This folder includes Paul Lee's résumé.
Box 1, Folder 5

Mello. 1987, 1990

Scope and Contents note

Two biographies of Senator Henry J. Mello. One copy is dated 1987 April 3; another copy is dated 1990 January 3.
Box 1, Folder 6

Cleveland, Bill. 1990s, undated

Scope and Contents note

William Cleveland was the Director of Arts in Corrections from 1981-1989. This folder includes his undated résumé, an article written by Cleveland, and book reviews.
Box 1, Folder 7

Background material. 1984-1986, undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes background material on prison arts programs in California generally, and about the Arts in Corrections program, specifically. Includes background paper for Project CULTURE (Creative Use of Leisure Time Under Restrictive Environments), an article on developing prison arts programs, and documents and correspondence related to and copies of testimony for the Joint Committee hearing on Artists in Social Institutions and Arts in Corrections, from 1984 May 09. Also includes testimony from the Joint Committee on the Arts hearing on art therapy and therapeutic uses of arts from 1986 April 29.
Box 1, Folder 8

San Francisco Foundation proposal. 1983

Scope and Contents note

William James Association's Prison Arts Project proposal to establish a voluntary leisure time arts program at the California Youth Authority complex at Stockton, enclosing support letters by Thomas L. Hubbert, Prison Arts Project instructor at Mt. Bullion Youth Authority in Mariposa, and Vern McKee, inmate at California Medical Facility, Vacaville. Proposal was denied by the San Francisco Foundation in a letter dated 1983 April 6.
Box 1, Folder 9

Background material. 1978-1996

Scope and Contents note

Loose collection of materials providing background for the Prison Arts Project and the Arts in Corrections program, and a collection of poetry and drawings from inmates at California Correctional Center at Susanville.
Box 1, Folder 10

California Department of Corrections proposal (application). 1981-1982

Scope and Contents note

Official and draft copies of a proposal to the California Department of Corrections Arts in Corrections for the development and delivery of regional arts resources for the Arts in Corrections program, submitted by the William James Association's Prison Arts Project.
Box 1, Folder 11

California Department of Corrections proposal (application). 1983 April 20

Scope and Contents note

Official copy of a proposal to the California Department of Corrections Arts in Corrections for the development and delivery of regional arts resources for the Arts in Corrections program, submitted by the William James Association's Prison Arts Project.
Box 2, Folder 1

Background material. 1992, undated

Scope and Contents note

Undated roster of names, addresses and phone numbers; a proposal to the California Department of Corrections Arts in Corrections for the development and delivery of regional arts resources for the Arts in Corrections program [report appears to be from 1983-1984]; and testimony by William James Association at the California Arts Council planning meeting, 1992 September.
Box 2, Folder 2

William James publications. 1974-1976

Scope and Contents note

Seven Revolutionary Pamphlet booklets on various topics published by the William James Association, one booklet on the Santa Cruz Venitian Water Festival, and photocopy of The William James Newsletter from Spring, 1974.
Box 2, Folder 3

William James Association history. 1977, 1987

Scope and Contents note

Includes letters of support from Senator Henry J. Mello and the San Francisco Foundation for the William James Association's Prison Arts Project.
Box 2, Folder 4

Newsletter. 1978 April

Scope and Contents note

One copy of the William James Association newsletter.
Box 2, Folder 5

Prison Arts Project history. undated

Scope and Contents note

Chronological history of Prison Arts Project from its inception in 1977 through 1987.
Box 2, Folder 6

William James newsletters and text. undated

Scope and Contents note

Various texts including flyers, handouts, correspondence, and a speech by Eloise Smith describing the William James Association and its sponsored programs.
Box 2, Folder 7

William James info. undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes a document describing the history, purpose and goals of the William James Association, and publications of work produced through the Prison Arts Project.
Box 2, Folder 8

Artist files. ca. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Includes individual files with correspondence, sample works of art, and résumés of artists who were interested in facilitating workshops or classes, as well as files on artists and inmates who participated in the Arts in Corrections program.
Box 2, Folder 9

Art. 1989-1994

Scope and Contents note

Various articles on the role of art in society, including text from two speeches delivered by Peter Coyote, chairman of the California Arts Council between 1975 to 1983.
Box 2, Folder 10

William James generic info. undated

Scope and Contents note

Documents describing the history and purpose of the William James Association and Arts in Corrections.
Box 3, Folder 2

History and development of Prison Arts Project. 1986 December

Scope and Contents note

Includes a copy of A Personal Perspective by Vernon C. McKee, a report to the William James Association and the Arts in Corrections Program on the history and development of the Prison Arts Project and the Arts in Corrections program.
Box 3, Folder 3

Press releases. ca. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Press releases announcing projects of the Prison Arts Project by the William James Association.
Box 3, Folder 4

McRichard's article. undated

Scope and Contents note

"Uniting the opposites," an interview with M.C. Richards by Sy Safransky for The Sun, undated.
Box 3, Folder 5

Press conference packet. 1987

Scope and Contents note

Press conference packet for the William James Association's 10 year anniversary of the Prison Arts Project.
Box 3, Folder 6

San Francisco Foundation final report for 1978-1979. 1979

Scope and Contents note

William James Association's final report to the San Francisco Foundation regarding the Vacaville Prison Arts Project. Folder includes the final report as well as correspondence and other documents collected in preparation for the report.
Box 3, Folder 7

Arts program plan. ca. 1979-1981

Scope and Contents note

Program plan and correspondence related to establishing arts programming in the California Youth Authority and Arts in Corrections in adult facilities.
Box 3, Folder 8

NEA prison poetry report. undated

Scope and Contents note

Undated final descriptive report for grant number 92-5313-614 for the Prison Literary Program in the California penal system.
Box 3, Folder 9

Mello 10th statement. 1987 October

Scope and Contents note

Includes a statement by Senator Henry J. Mello on the 10th anniversary of the Prison Arts Program of the William James Association, and related media and correspondence.
Box 3, Folder 10

Program evaluation. undated

Scope and Contents note

Undated potential program effectiveness evaluation for California Correctional Center, California Men's Colony, Deuel Vocational Institution, and Sierra Conservation Center, written by Eloise P. Smith.
Box 3, Folder 11

Community Gardens grant application. 1984-1985

Scope and Contents note

Grant application compiled by the William James Association Community Gardens project. The Community Gardens project was one of William James Association's project during the same time period that they were funding and administering the Arts in Corrections program.
Box 3, Folder 12

Conference materials. 1986-1994

Scope and Contents note

Materials from Arts in Corrections meetings and conferences on prison arts programs.
Box 4, Folder 1

California Arts Council Enabling Act. 1975-1986

Scope and Contents note

Copy of Government Code that enabled the California Arts council in 1975; also includes a copy of 1986 anniversary report on the California Arts Council.
Box 4, Folder 2

Peter Coyote testimony. 1989 April

Scope and Contents note

Transcript of testimony of Peter Coyote to the Legislative Joint Subcommittee on the Arts.
Box 4, Folder 3

Bill Cleveland correspondence. 1985-1987

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence between William Cleveland, Manager of Arts in Corrections, and Eloise Smith, in her capacity as both art consultant and Director of Prison Arts Project.
Box 4, Folder 4

Arts in Social Institutions. 1987

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence regarding California Arts Council's plan to reduce artists' residencies in California prisons through the Arts in Social Institution program.
Box 4, Folder 5

Prison Arts Project history. 1987, undated

Scope and Contents note

Text including handwritten notes and correspondence regarding the history of Prison Arts Project.
Box 4, Folder 6

William James board meeting. 1989 May 09

Scope and Contents note

Agenda, handwritten notes, meeting minutes, and supporting documents from 1989 William James Association board meeting.
Box 4, Folder 8

Petersen, Bill. undated

Scope and Contents note

résumé and application by Bill Petersen to conduct workshops for the Prison Arts Project.
Box 4, Folder 10

Correspondence. 1981-1984

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Pages letter about selection process/My contract. Correspondence between Prison Arts Project, Department of Corrections Community Resources Development Division, National Endowment for the Arts, and William Cleveland regarding grants and funding for artist facilitators.
Box 4, Folder 11

Job description. undated

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Teacher/facility job description--corrections--job description. Includes job descriptions for Institution Artist/Facilitator, Associate Arts Grants Administrator, and Assistant Arts Grants Administrator with the California Department of Corrections. Also includes William James Association's position description for Project Coordinator/Administrative Assistant and Office Manager/Program Assistant.
Box 4, Folder 12

Tracy. undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes handwritten notes on Deuel Vocational Institution in Tracy.
Box 4, Folder 13

Mural rules/Jensen. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence from Everett Jensen to Eloise Smith and "The Public Eye: A guide to the creation of murals and to developing a mural program within an institutional setting," by Everett Jense, Arts in Corrections facilitator at Mule Creek State Prison.
Box 4, Folder 14

Nov. 7 interviews. 1989 November

Scope and Contents note

Applications, schedule, and interview questions for the position of office manager/administrative assistant at William James Association.
Box 4, Folder 15

Chuckawalla Valley State Prison. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Applications for artist facilitator position at Chuckawalla Valley State Prison
Box 4, Folder 17

William James Association meetings. 1983-1989

Scope and Contents note

Agendas, notes, and supporting materials for advisory meetings of the William James Association and Prison Arts Project advisors.
Box 5, Folder 1-3

William James Association meetings. 1990-1992

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Agendas, notes, and supporting materials for advisory meetings of the William James Association and Prison Arts Project.
Box 5, Folder 4

Administration of program. 1986-1992

Scope and Contents note

Loose collection of documents related to the administration of William James Association, the Prison Arts Project, and Arts in Corrections. Includes correspondence, program site list and contacts, background information, handwritten notes, and information on the Arts in Corrections 1990-1991 budget.
Box 5, Folder 5

Prison Arts Program conference. 1992 June

Scope and Contents note

Includes agenda and materials distributed at the 1992 Prison Arts Program conference.
Box 5, Folder 6

Arts in Corrections conference. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Packet of information provided to attendants of the Arts in Corrections conference at Westerbeke Ranch Conference Center, including program summaries from institutions, a publication of inmate writing, and roster of attendees.
Box 5, Folder 7

I-CAN. ca. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence from Eloise Smith regarding an award from the American Correctional Association and a copy of a publication by the International Correctional Arts Network.
Box 5, Folder 8

Calvin Thomas. 1995 May 5

Scope and Contents note

Transcript of a statement made by Calvin Thomas who participated in the Prison Arts Program while incarcerated at the California Youth Authority.
Box 5, Folder 9

History & purpose of W.J.A. undated

Scope and Contents note

2-page description of the history, purpose, and goals of the William James Association.
Box 5, Folder 10

Press releases. 1984-1996, undated

Scope and Contents note

Press releases issued by the William James Association and the Prison Arts Project.
Box 5, Folder 11

Offender/arts/victims feasibility study. undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes Offender/Arts/Victims Feasibility Study for the California Department of Corrections, by John Bergman, and a packet of information describing the Prison Arts Program.
Box 5, Folder 12

Program support. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Includes a special project application submitted by the Prison Arts Program to the Santa Cruz County Cultural Council on 1982 April 2, and a report by Vernon C. McKee on his personal experience and participation in the creation and development of the Arts in Corrections program.
Box 6, Folder 1

Artist files. 1987-1991

Scope and Contents note

Individual files related to participants of Arts in Corrections, including the following artist facilitators and inmates: Jim Carlson, Claude Finn, Ernest Dillihay, George Davidson, and Susan Hill.
Box 6, Folder 2

Corrections new statistics. 1987

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten diagram of parole outcomes for Arts in Corrections participants.
Box 6, Folder 3

Corrections handbook. 1978

Scope and Contents note

A Handbook for Volunteers in Corrections sponsored by the American Correctional Association.
Box 6, Folder 4

Kentucky corrections conference. 1991 April

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence from Eloise Pickard Smith to Randy Johnson, Training Resource Center, Department of Corrections Services in Eastern Kentucky University, regarding representation of the California Arts in Corrections program.
Box 6, Folder 5

Paul Minnicucci State Arts Policy Institute. ca. 1991

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and proposal related to Paul Minnicucci's nomination for the position of Director of the State Arts Council.
Box 6, Folder 6

William James Association pamphlets. undated

Scope and Contents note

Background information on the William James Association.
Box 6, Folder 7

Prison Arts Project. ca. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Prison Arts Project information to send people, evaluation/studies, etc. Includes newspaper clippings, text on the Prison Arts Project and Arts in Corrections, publications by Arts in Corrections, and notes from board meeting.
Box 6, Folder 8

California prison arts facilities. undated

Scope and Contents note

Pamphlet for the International Correctional Arts Network and rosters of Department of Corrections employees and individuals involved in prison arts programs.
Box 6, Folder 9

Art ownership. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and research regarding ownership of works of art.
Box 6, Folder 10

Budget. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence from James Roland, Director of Corrections, to Senator Henry Mello regarding the Arts in Corrections program budget.
Box 6, Folder 11

Events. undated

Scope and Contents note

Collection of black and white and color photographs depicting people dancing and playing music. Original folder title: Events.
Box 6, Folder 15

Statement by Vernon McKee. 1986

Scope and Contents note

Vernon C. McKee's statement to the California State Assembly Joint Commission on the Arts.
Box 9, Folder 1

Vacaville History and Pilot. 1977-1986

Scope and Contents note

Includes a proposal to develop arts programming in the California State Prisons, submitted by Eloise Smith to the San Francisco Foundation and background materials on the history of the pilot Prison Arts Project at Vacaville.
Box 9, Folder 2-3

William James Association history and purpose. 1980s-1990s

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Background on the William James Association and Arts in Prisons, including a transcript of an interview with Page Smith (founder of WJA), biography of Eloise Smith, a personal reflection by Vernon C. McKee, history of Arts in Corrections by William Cleveland, pamphlets, and press clippings.
Box 9, Folder 4

Eloise. undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes mostly undated notes about and by Eloise Smith.
Box 9, Folder 5

Master forms. 1999-2002

Scope and Contents note

Binder including master forms used in the administration of Arts in Corrections and information about California Department of Corrections' rules and regulations.
Box 9, Folder 6

William James Association resource library list. undated

Scope and Contents note

Catalog of the William James Association Resource Library including audio resources, chapbooks and anthologies, literary resources, press project, and video resources.
Box 10, Folder 1

Photos and negatives. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Binder of photos and negatives for announcements and press releases.
Box 10, Folder 2

Outreach. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Binder of sample documents and outreach instructions for the Prison Arts Project and Arts in Corrections.
Box 10, Folder 3

Non-profit umbrella. 1978

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence confirming William James Association's role as an umbrella community organization in Santa Cruz.
Box 10, Folder 4

Board bios. undated

Scope and Contents note

Bios and articles about William James Association's board members.
Box 10, Folder 5

Project CULTURE. ca. 1980

Scope and Contents note

The American Correctional Association's Project CULTURE (Creative Use of Leisure Time Under Restrictive Environments) was a federally-funded program designed to serve adult inmates in long-term state correctional facilities with creative activities. This folder includes a background paper and handbook for program implementation produced by Project CULTURE.
Box 10, Folder 6

California Department of Corrections reports. 1980-1981

Scope and Contents note

Includes Arts in Corrections program report by the Community Resources Development Unit of the California Department of Corrections, Prison Arts Project report by the William James Association, and a collection of correspondence about the programs.
Box 10, Folder 7

Artists in Social Institutions testimony. 1984

Scope and Contents note

Written testimony by Page and Eloise Smith for the Artist in Social Institution hearing before the Joint Legislative Committee on the Arts
Box 10, Folder 8

Arts in Corrections Asilomar. 1984

Scope and Contents note

Information regarding the January 1985 annual Arts in Corrections conference at Asilomar.
Box 10, Folder 9

Regional arts resources. 1985 April 5

Scope and Contents note

Packet of information titled "Development and Delivery of Regional Arts Resources for Arts-in- Corrections Program" prepared for the Department of Corrections Arts in Corrections Unit by the Foundation for Cultural Arts and the Media and ARTSREACH.
Box 10, Folder 10

Arts in Corrections video project. 1988

Scope and Contents note

Gary Glassman worked on video projects with artists and inmates involved in the Arts in Corrections program during the summer and fall of 1988. This is his report on the Video New Technologies Project.
Box 10, Folder 11

Arts in Corrections conference. 1990 January

Scope and Contents note

Conference agenda and handouts from January 17-20, 1990, conference in Santa Cruz. Includes photos of Arts in Corrections administrators and artist facilitators who attended the conference.
Box 11, Folder 1

Arts in Corrections conference. 1991 February

Scope and Contents note

Conference agenda and handouts from February 26-28, 1991, conference at Asilomar. Includes photographs of Arts in Corrections administrators and artist facilitators who attended the conference.
Box 11, Folder 2

Photographs 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Collection of black and white photographs of Arts in Corrections administrators and artist facilitators. Includes one photograph of Senator Henry J. Mello standing in front of a mural with two inmates.
 

1.2 Works of art and creative writing. ca. 1970s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Contains literary works, publications, and photographic documentation of works of art and murals created by participants of the Arts in Corrections programs.
Box 6, Folder 16

Waiting for Godot. 1988

Scope and Contents note

Program from the Arts in Corrections performance of "Waiting for Godot" at San Quentin State Prison, July 1988, and associated press.
Box 6, Folder 17

Postcards by George L. Davidson. 1984

Scope and Contents note

Ellen Davidson, daughter of Page and Eloise Smith, was married to George Davidson, who was incarcerated for a period of time in Nevada. This folder contains printed postcards of works of art created by Davidson.
Box 8, Folder 7

Brian Young. 1988

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence between William James Association and Brian Young regarding his paintings that were submitted to an art exhibit .
Box 8, Folder 8

Tim O'Neill. 1988

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, press, and notes regarding Tim O'Neil's exhibition, "A Morning Cup of Jazz," at the William James Association. O'Neill was incarcerated in 1976 and released in 1988.
Box 8, Folder 9

Sketches by Alan Miller. 1981

Scope and Contents note

Alan Miller taught an arts workshop at an unidentified California prison in the summer of 1981. Includes photocopies of sketches that Miller drew of the prison and inmates.
Box 8, Folder 10

Works of art and publications. 1982-1988

Scope and Contents note

Collection of color and black and white photographs, Polaroid photographs, and photographic negatives of works of visual art, as well as publications of literary work.
Box 12, Folder 1

VHS: Faraway Voices. undated

Scope and Contents note

One VHS recording titled "Faraway Voices" from the Arts in Corrections program, California Department of Corrections, a film by Howard Galloway.
Box 12, Folder 2

William James Association collection. undated

Scope and Contents note

Collection of color slides depicting works of art inside a folder titled "WJA Collection." Some slides are labeled with identifying information such as name of artist, title of work, correctional institution, dimensions, or artists' materials.
Box 12, Folder 3

Prison murals. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Original binder title: Prison Murals Mural Evaluation Project. Contents include "The Public Eye: A guide to the creation of murals and to developing a mural program within an institutional setting," a collection of color slides depicting murals, color photographs of murals, and Spring, Summer/Fall, and Winter 1985 issues of Community Murals magazine.
Box 12, Folder 4

Artsreach. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Collection of color slides and photographs. Some slides are labeled with indentifying information such as name of artist, title of work, correctional institution, dimensions, or artists' materials.
Box 12, Folder 5

Art in Prison Crisis video. 1980

Scope and Contents note

Grant application and proposal for the production of a documentary on the value of art programs for the incarcerated population, by producer Eric Thiermann.
Box 12, Folder 6

Slides. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Collection of color slides of works of art and documentation of people making art in classrooms.
Box 12, Folder 7

Working Late. 1991

Scope and Contents note

Publication of poetry and prose by participants of the Arts in Corrections program at California Medical Facility-South. Includes one unbound copy and two bound copies with book covers created by Arts in Corrections visual artists.
Box 13, Folder 1

Women Behind the Walls. 1996

Scope and Contents note

Press, photographs, and program for "Women Behind the Walls," a play produced by Claire Braz- Valentine and her Arts in Corrections class at Central California Women's Facility at Chowchilla.
Box 13, Folder 2

About Time anthologies. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

The William James Association's Prison Arts Project published poems and prose written by California inmates in at least four editions of an anthology title "About Time." This folder includes a collection of submission guidelines, correspondence, flyers, budget documentation, and drafts of publications related to the anthologies.
Box 13, Folder 3

About Time II. undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes flyers, estimates, negatives and layout art for the second anthology of California prison writing, About Time.
Box 13, Folder 4

About Time III. 1987

Scope and Contents note

One published copy of About Time III.
Box 13, Folder 5-7

About Time IV. 1994-1995

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Submissions for the fourth anthology of California prison writing, About Time.
Box 13, Folder 8

About Time IV. 1995

Scope and Contents note

Late submissions for the fourth anthology of California prison writing, About Time.
Box 14, Folder 1-4

Artwork. 1980s-1990s

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Original container was a small box labeled "Artwork." Includes color photographs and color slides of works of art and murals. Some photographs are numbered and labeled, and many of the slides note identifying information such as name of artist, artists' materials, date, dimensions, or title of work.
Box 14, Folder 5

Publications. 1986, 1994, undated

Scope and Contents note

Three publications of poetry, prose, and works of art by Arts in Corrections participants.
Box 14, Folder 6

Jane Dove file. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Jane Dove was an artist facilitator at the Central California Women's Facility and Northern California Women's Facility from 1993-1997. She was also an artist-in-residence at the Sierra Conservation Center from 1996- 1997, funded by the California Arts Council grant for artists serving special constituents. This folder includes slides of Dove's work and a hand-made book of computer graphics.
Box 16, Folder 6

Pelikanesis. 1994

Scope and Contents note

One copy of Pelikanesis, a creative writing anthology collected from writers in the Arts in Corrections program at Pelican Bay State Prison.
Box 18, Folder 1-2

About Time IV. 1994-1995

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Poetry and prose submissions made by inmates to the William James Association for publication in About Time IV.
Box 34, Folder 1-4

Documentation of works of art. 1980s-1990s

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Contents of one box of color photographs, a cassette tape (KSCO 12/2/91 3-4 Nigel & Chris Prison Art Project), and color slides of works of art, murals, and depiction of art classes. Some of the slides are labeled with name of artist, dimension, artists' materials, dimensions, location.
Box 35, Folder 1

Pre-prison arts project. ca. 1970s

Scope and Contents note

Polaroids and photographic prints of works of art were removed from a photo album titled "Pre- Prison Arts Project." Each Polaroid has writing on the backside including an alpha-numeric code that was transferred from the album to the print.
Box 35, Folder 2

Color slides. 1981-1982

Scope and Contents note

Color slides of paintings and sculptural works of art. Some slides have correctional institutions, names of artists, or dates written on the backside.
Box 35, Folder 3

Art program. 1982

Scope and Contents note

Color slides of paintings and sculptural works of art. Some slides have correctional institutions, names of artists, or dates written on the backside. One sleeve of slides with note, "Pieces sent to Santa Rosa show."
Box 35, Folder 4

Art program. 1984-1986

Scope and Contents note

Color slides depicting art program classes and works of art. Some slides identify the correctional institution, class name and dates.
Box 35, Folder 5

Documentation of art work. 1982-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Color slides and photographic prints of works of art; copies of artist résumés.
 

1.3 Competitions and exhibitions. 1980s-1999

Scope and Contents note

Contains proposals and planning documents, flyers, press announcements, documentation of works of art, press clippings, submission instructions, and lists of winners for prison arts competitions and exhibitions of works created by Arts in Corrections participants. Bulk of this sub-series are materials associated with the annual Prison Arts Competition (1982, 1984-1989, 1992-1994, 1996-1997, 1999).
Box 4, Folder 16

Catalog intro for Cal Poly show. undated

Box 6, Folder 12

Competition awards. 1987

Scope and Contents note

Instructions, press, and winners list from the 1987 Prison Art Competition sponsored by the William James Association.
Box 6, Folder 13

Sacred from Within. 1998

Scope and Contents note

Planning documents and press associated with "Sacred from Within" exhibit at Louden Nelson Community Center, featuring works on paper from Arts in Corrections artists at Deuel Vocational Institution and Central California Women's Facility.
Box 6, Folder 14

Women Inside Out. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Proposal for women's art exhibitions and summer special events at the Northern California Women's Facility, California Institute for Women and the California Rehabilitation Center, sponsored by the William James Association.
Box 8, Folder 11

Exhibitions. ca. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Collection of correspondence and notes regarding prison arts exhibitions.
Box 8, Folder 12

Northern California Prison Arts Competition. 1982

Scope and Contents note

Polaroid photographs of works of art and attached competition entry form submitted by inmate artists to the William James Association's Northern California Prison Arts Competition.
Box 8, Folder 13

Art from California Prisons exhibit. 1984

Scope and Contents note

Press, announcements, correspondence and other planning documents related to the Art from California Prisons exhibition at the California State Capitol Building.
Box 15, Folder 1

Exhibitions. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Collection of flyers, works inventory and price lists, correspondence, press, slides, loan agreements, and exhibition diagrams related to exhibitions of works produced by Arts in Corrections participants in the 1980s.
Box 15, Folder 2

Exhibition proposal. ca. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Prison art exhibition planning proposal drafted by V. Wiggins and David Brown for the Community Arts of San Diego.
Box 15, Folder 3

Art from California's Prisons. 1984

Scope and Contents note

Documentation related to the Art from California's Prisons exhibition in Sacramento, including an invitation to submit work, press kit, announcements, and fund request.
Box 15, Folder 4

Women Inside Out. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Announcements, press releases, and press clippings from Women Inside Out, featuring works of art from Arts in Corrections participants at the Northern California Women's Facility, California Institute for Women, and California Rehabilitation Center. Exhibition was held at the William James Association and University of California at Santa Cruz Women's Center from June 23 through August 31, 1989.
Box 15, Folder 5

Competition binder. 1994-1996

Scope and Contents note

Binder containing master documents and instructions for prison art competitions, including certificates, judging recommendations, post judging procedures, flyers, and sample correspondence.
Box 15, Folder 6-7

Arts review. 2001

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Color slides of works of art, poetry, and prose submitted to the William James Association for the 2001 prison arts competition.
Box 16, Folder 1

Edges & Spaces. 1991-1993

Scope and Contents note

Edges & Spaces was a multi-media traveling exhibition curated by Gail Gutierrez McDermid, Assistant Director of Arts in Corrections, and Jeanne Burbaker for the William James Association's Prison Arts Project. The exhibition traveled to various galleries and art centers throughout Northern California from 1991-1993. This folder includes press clippings, correspondence, and planning documents associated with the exhibition.
Box 16, Folder 2-3

Edges & Spaces - master slides. 1991-1993

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Color slides of works of art submitted for and/or exhibited as part of the traveling Edges & Spaces exhibition. Select slides are numbered, and some of the slides have identifying information such as name of artist, title of work, dimensions, and artist's media.
Box 16, Folder 4

Color slides. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Includes a collection of color slides of works of art submitted to competitions and exhibitions during the 1980s-1990s.
Box 16, Folder 5

Photographic prints. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Color photographs of paintings, murals, and three-dimensional works of art. Some works have identifying information such as name of artist, title of work, or artists' materials, on the backside of photograph.
Box 36, Folder 1

Prison Arts Competition 1982. 1982

Scope and Contents note

Collection of inmate letters in response to notification of award for works of art that were submitted to the 1982 Prison Arts Competition. Includes color photographs documenting some of the winning pieces.
Box 36, Folder 2

Prison Arts Competition 1984. 1984

Scope and Contents note

Includes a catalog of the Art from California Prisons exhibition at The State Capitol Building, May 7- June 16, 1984, and photographic and slide documentation of works of art.
Box 36, Folder 3

Prison Arts Competition 1985. 1985

Scope and Contents note

Collection of inmate letters in response to notification of award for works of art that were submitted to the 1985 Prison Arts Competition.
Box 36, Folder 4

Prison Arts Competition 1986. 1986

Scope and Contents note

Includes William James Association Prison Arts Competition 1986 list of winners, photographic documentation of the winning works of art, prose, and letters from inmates.
Box 37, Folder 1

Prison Arts Competition 1987. 1987

Scope and Contents note

Includes a list of winners and photographic documentation of the winning works of art and prose from the 1987 William James Association Prison Arts Competition.
Box 37, Folder 2

Prison Arts Competition 1988. 1988

Scope and Contents note

Includes a list of winners and photographic documentation of the winning works of art from the 1988 William James Association Prison Arts Competition.
Box 37, Folder 3

Writing Awards. 1988 June

Scope and Contents note

List of winners of writing awards from the 1988 Prison Art Competition and copies of poems and prose.
Box 37, Folder 4

Prison Arts Competition 1989. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Includes a list of winners and photographic documentation of the winning works of art from the 1989 William James Association Prison Arts Competition.
Box 37, Folder 5

Exhibits. 1989, 1995

Scope and Contents note

Slides and photographic documentation of works of art from "Women Inside Out" exhibit, 1989, and "Inside Out: Arts in Corrections exhibition at the Oakland Museum, 1995.
Box 37, Folder 6

Prison Arts Competition 1992. 1992

Scope and Contents note

Includes a list of winners and photographic documentation of the winning works of art, poetry, and prose from the 1992 William James Association Prison Arts Competition.
Box 37, Folder 7

Prison Arts Competition 1993. 1993-1994

Scope and Contents note

Includes photographic documentation of the winning works of art from the 1993 Prison Arts Competition, correspondence regarding notifying winners, and entry forms for 1994 competition.
Box 38, Folder 1

Prison Arts Competition 1994. 1994

Scope and Contents note

Includes a list of winners and photographic documentation of the winning works of art and copies of poetry and prose from the 1994 William James Association Prison Arts Competition.
Box 38, Folder 2

Deuel Vocational Institution Wood Sculpture. 1994-1995

Scope and Contents note

Collection of photographic documentation of artist and their works of art created in the Deuel Vocational Institution wood sculpture class instructed by Suzanne Kanatsiz in 1994-1995.
Box 38, Folder 3-4

Prison Arts Competition Literary. 1994

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Copies of poetry and prose submitted to the William James Association's 1994 Prison Arts Project Literary Arts Competition.
Box 38, Folder 5

Prison Arts Competition Literary. 1996

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Prison Arts Competition prose and poetry review.
Box 39, Folder 1-2

Prison Arts Competition 1997. 1997

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Includes photographic documentation of the William James Association's 1997 Prison Arts Competition winners, and copies of poetry and prose submissions.
Box 39, Folder 3-4

Prison Arts Competition 1999. 1999

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Includes photographic and slide documentation of winning works of art and copies of poetry and prose from the 1999 William James Association Prison Arts Competition.
 

1.4 Newsletters, clippings, ephemera. 1976-2006

Scope and Contents note

Contains news clippings about Arts in Corrections and the William James Association, newsletters, and ephemera such as postcards and flyers announcing exhibitions. Includes a collection of the William James Association Prison Arts Project NEWS and MEMO: Arts, the Arts in Corrections newsletter.
Box 2, Folder 11

Announcements and postcards. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Includes a collection of postcards from art galleries and museums announcing exhibitions, and the Arts in Corrections newsletter from 1993 June 30.
Box 4, Folder 7

Publications. 1986-1991

Scope and Contents note

Includes Prison Arts Project News from November-December 1986, and copies of MEMO:ARTS, the Arts in Corrections newsletter, from 1989, 1990, and 1991.
Box 4, Folder 9

Prison Arts Project press clippings. ca. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Newspaper and magazine clippings of articles about the William James Association's Prison Arts Project and other community arts programs.
Box 7, Folder 1

Posters and flyers. undated

Scope and Contents note

Posters and flyers announcing exhibitions and performances. Many list month and dates of the exhibit or performance, but not the year.
Box 7, Folder 2

Press clippings and newsletters. 1979-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Collection of newspaper clippings, newsletters, and magazine articles about the William James Association, the Prison Arts Project, and Arts in Corrections. Includes articles on the Prison Arts Project at the California Medical Facility in Vacaville, and a feature article in the February 1979 issue of Center State, a magazine of west coast art and entertainment.
Box 7, Folder 3

Copies of articles. 1988-1993

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Copies of articles - Santa Cruz papers; however, this collection of articles are not all from the Santa Cruz area.
Box 7, Folder 4

Press/announcements. 1984-1994

Scope and Contents note

Includes invitations to individual and group shows of Prison Arts Projects and Arts in Corrections participants, as well as newspaper clippings and articles about prison arts programs in California and prison programs more generally.
Box 7, Folder 5

Anthology. undated

Scope and Contents note

Announcement and invitation to submit poems and prose for publication in the third anthology of California prison writing, About Time III.
Box 7, Folder 6

Photocopies of press clippings. 1984-1985

Scope and Contents note

Articles on California's prison arts programs.
Box 7, Folder 7

Photocopies of press clippings. 1988-1991

Scope and Contents note

Articles on prison arts programs and general prison issues.
Box 7, Folder 8

Press clippings. 1982-1986

Scope and Contents note

Articles related to prison issues.
Box 8, Folder 1

CMF art show/inventory articles. 1977-1980

Scope and Contents note

Press clippings and flyers for art programs at the California Medical Facility.
Box 8, Folder 2

AIC CTF newsletter. 1984-1985

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections Correctional Training Facility newsletters.
Box 8, Folder 3

Soledad prison articles. 1980-1982

Scope and Contents note

Articles about Correctional Training Facility in Soledad.
Box 8, Folder 4

Broadsides. 1976-1977

Scope and Contents note

In 1976, Page Smith produced 16 individual broadsides to celebrate the American Bicentennial. The collection was titled "A Little Rebellion Now and Then," lacking two broadsides that were never completed. 200 sets were printed by various fine letterpress printers. This folder includes correspondence, orders, and receipts related to the production of the broadsides.
Box 8, Folder 5

Invoices - A Little Rebellion Now and Then. 1976

Scope and Contents note

Invoices for "A Little Rebellion Now and Then" broadsides.
Box 8, Folder 6

Art behind bars. 2006 July

Scope and Contents note

Copy of Metro Santa Cruz publication with a feature on the William James Association and the Arts in Corrections prison arts program.
Box 17, Folder 1

William James Association press project index. undated

Scope and Contents note

Index of press related to the Prison Arts Project and Arts in Corrections. Index corresponds to Box 17:2-15.
Box 17, Folder 2

Press clippings. 1979

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 3

Press clippings. 1981-1983

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 4

Press clippings. 1984

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 5

Press clippings. 1985

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 6

Press clippings. 1986

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 7

Press clippings. 1987

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 8

Press clippings. 1988

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 9

Press clippings. 1989

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 10

Press clippings. 1990

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 11

Press clippings. 1991

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 12

Press clippings. 1992

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 13

Press clippings. 1993

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 14

Press clippings. 1994

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 15

Press clippings. undated

Scope and Contents note

See Box 17:1 for index.
Box 17, Folder 16

Press clippings. 1988-2002

Scope and Contents note

Collection of press clippings from 1988-2002 about arts and prisons.
Box 40, Folder 1-2

Newsletter Master File. 1985-1995

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Copies of the William James Association Prison Arts Project NEWS, 1985 August-1988 July; and MEMO:ARTS Arts In Corrections, 1989-1995.
 

1.5 William James Association Library. 1980s-2009

Scope and Contents note

Contains resource materials, publications, and VHS recordings from the William James Association library.
Box 3, Folder 1

Arts in correctional institutions. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Resources for artists working in correctional institutions. Includes a guidebook for artists working in prisons, directory of Southwest correctional arts and artists, documentation produced by the California Youth Authority Arts Enrichment Committee, handbook for arts in the youth authority program, and information on art programs for incarcerated teenage mothers. Most documents are undated; some are from the late 1980s to mid-1990s.
Box 18, Folder 3

California Institution for Men at Chino. 1991, 2009

Scope and Contents note

Publications about the history of the California Institution for Men at Chino.
Box 18, Folder 4

Art in social institutions. undated

Scope and Contents note

Publications about the arts in social institutions.
Box 19, Folder 1

Publications. 1974-1978

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 19, Folder 2

Publications. 1979-1980

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 19, Folder 3

Publications. 1980-1981

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 19, Folder 4

Publications. 1981

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 20, Folder 1

Publications. 1979-1982

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 20, Folder 2

Publications. 1983

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 20, Folder 3

Publications. 1982-1984

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 20, Folder 4

Publications. 1984-1985

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 21, Folder 1

Publications. 1986

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 21, Folder 2

Publications. 1986

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 21, Folder 3

Publications. 1987

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 21, Folder 4

Publications. 1988

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 22, Folder 1

Publications. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 22, Folder 2

Publications. 1990

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 22, Folder 3

Publications. 1991

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 22, Folder 4

Publications. 1991-1992

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 23, Folder 1

Publications. 1992

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 23, Folder 2

Publications. 1993

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 23, Folder 3

Publications. 1993

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 23, Folder 4

Publications. 1994

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 23, Folder 5

Publications. 1995

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 24, Folder 1

Publications. 1996-1997

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 24, Folder 2

Publications. 1997-1999

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 24, Folder 3

Publications. 2000

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 24, Folder 4

Publications. 2001

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 25, Folder 1

Publications. undated

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 25, Folder 2

Publications. undated

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 25, Folder 3

Publications. undated

Scope and Contents note

Publications include poetry and prose by inmates in correctional institutions from California as well as other states.
Box 26, Folder 1-2

VHS tape -- Prison Art. 1977

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P7.
Box 26, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Prison Arts Project, D.V.I. 1982

Scope and Contents note

KDVI interviews of Rick Sutton with Ellen Gruys, Pete Carlson, Joe Mariscal. William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P1.
Box 26, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Light at the End of the Tunnel. 1979

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P18.
Box 26, Folder 5

VHS tape -- CAC Prisoners Tape. 1984-1985

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 26, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Art from CA Prisons. 1985

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P3.
Box 26, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Perspectives: Artists in the California Prisons. 1987

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P6.
Box 26, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Prison Art Slides. 1987

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P22.
Box 26, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections, Video and New Technologies Report directed by Gary Glassman. 1988

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P2.
Box 26, Folder 10

VHS tape -- The Wrecking Ball, CTF. 1988 December 29

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P23.
Box 26, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Judith Tannenbaum's Poetry Class, San Quentin, by Gary Glassman. 1987 April

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P16.
Box 26, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Chillida: Portrait of an Artist, volume 24. 1985

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA A2.
Box 27, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Waiting for Godot - Samuel Beckett, Act I, San Quentin. 1988 July 10

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 27, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Waiting for Godot - Samuel Beckett, Act II, San Quentin. 1988 July 10

Scope and Contents note

San Quentin. William James Association Video Library.
Box 27, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Think Again Jackson, Artsreach Theater Ensemble Performance, Soledad Video Class. 1988 April 04

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA D6.
Box 27, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections Meeting Documentation: AIC Meeting, Westerbeck, & Sara Felder. 1989

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P34.
Box 27, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Book-making with Beth, AIC Conference. 1989 January

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA D14.
Box 27, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Prison Artist's Forum. 1989 June 28

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P24.
Box 27, Folder 7

VHS tape -- The Unseen Hand: A Play by Sam Shepard, Susanville. 1990 July-August

Scope and Contents note

Directed by Nigel Sander-Self. William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P25.
Box 27, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Asilomar A-I-C Conference, "Unexpected Hot Licks." 1991

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P10.
Box 27, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Arts-In-Corrections Good Morning America Segment. 1990 April 11

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P37.
Box 27, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Arts-In-Corrections Meeting Lake Arrowhead. 1990

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA I2.
Box 27, Folder 11

VHS tape -- San Quentin Arts in Corrections Competition Video "Juggling," Prison Arts Competition. 1993

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P41.
Box 27, Folder 12

VHS tape -- AIC Personal Boundaries Exhibit, panel and part of exhibit. 1993 February 9

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P49.
Box 27, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Tape #T-2: "Artist Facilitator's Meeting Lake Arrowhead." 1991

Scope and Contents note

A.I.C. William James Association Production. William James Association Video Library.
Box 28, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Listen to Our Voices, by Claire Braz-Valentine & students at Redwoods. 1995 November 4

Scope and Contents note

Directed by Karin Magaldi-Unger; video by Dixie Cox; Actors' Theatre, Santa Cruz. William James Association Video Library.
Box 28, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Women Behind the Walls, written by Clair Braz-Valentine. 1996 May 25

Scope and Contents note

Co-directed by Clifford Henderson; Actors' Theatre, Santa Cruz; video by Clifford Henderson. William James Association Video Library.
Box 28, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Talent Show Rehearsal. 2000 January 21

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 28, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Faraway Voices, Arts in Corrections Program, Howard Galloway. 2003

Scope and Contents note

Includes letter from Galloway to Laurie Brooks, 2003 August 15, regarding Faraway Voices project. William James Association Video Library.
Box 28, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Collaboration between inmates at IMC Devens and Ellis Elementary, Richard Fox. March 2001

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 28, Folder 6

VHS tape -- The First B Facility Talent Show. 2000 March 3 and 6

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 28, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Director's Arts Advisory Committee, Topic: Creative Visions. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA A7.
Box 28, Folder 8

VHS tape -- California Stories: Voices from the Pen. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 28, Folder 9

Videocassette tape -- The Vacaville Prison Arts Project: Light at the End of the Tunnel. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 002.
Box 28, Folder 10

U-matic videocassette tape -- The Vacaville Prison Arts Project: Light at the End of the Tunnel. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 28, Folder 11

U-matic videocassette tape -- Arts in Corrections. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 002.
Box 28, Folder 12

U-matic videocassette tape -- Arts in Corrections, Impact Productions. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 001.
Box 29, Folder 1

VHS tape -- "Transcending the Walls" Fillmore Center exhibit. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA Z10.
Box 29, Folder 2

VHS tape -- "John Brown's Body" at San Quentin Prison. undated

Scope and Contents note

Sample reel; A verse play set in the Civil War acted by inmates; Joseph De Francesco, producer/director. William James Association Video Library.
Box 29, Folder 3

VHS tape -- William James Prison Art Show. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 29, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Arts Alive, Arts in Corrections. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA P39.
Box 29, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Camel pack paper folding -or- chains instructional video. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 29, Folder 6

U-matic videocassette tape -- Light at the End of the Tunnel, the Vacaville Prison Arts Project, produced by Eric Thierman. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 06.
Box 29, Folder 7

U-matic videocassette tape -- Poetry from Prison and jail. undated

Scope and Contents note

Edited master. William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 08.
Box 29, Folder 8

U-matic videocassette tape -- Poetry from Prison and Jail, panel discussion. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 09.
Box 30, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Point of View: Video from San Quentin. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 09.
Box 30, Folder 2

VHS tape -- A-I-C conference at Asilomar, Mary Holmes with an introduction by Page Smith. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 26.
Box 30, Folder 3

VHS tape -- The Quest: An acting workshop by The Geese Theater, CTF Soledad. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 16.
Box 30, Folder 4

VHS tape -- KQED Art Notes, a look at art in the prison system. undated

Scope and Contents note

KQED takes a look at San Quentin and asks artists about their art-related experiences on the 'inside'. William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 29.
Box 30, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Realities: Yard Art/ Schooled Art, Arts in Corrections program exhibit at O.C.C.C.A. undated

Scope and Contents note

Video by Alex Vasquez. William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 38.
Box 30, Folder 6

Ampex videocassette tape -- Arts in Corrections "Exploring Our Potentials." undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 01.
Box 30, Folder 7

Ampex videocassette tape -- Video guitar workshop with Jack Bowers and Dave O'Connor. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 07.
Box 31, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Creative Visions: Art in the CYA. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 31, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Arts-In-Corrections DVI Poetry Ad ITV, art show, raku firing. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library.
Box 31, Folder 3

VHS tape -- A) Myrna Gawryn w/ Inmate Dance Co., B) Ernest Dillihay - Inmate Acting Co. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA D18.
Box 31, Folder 4

ZIP disk -- Prison Art Archives. undated

Box 31, Folder 5

ZIP disk -- San Quentin Art Work in Photoshop 5.0. undated

Box 31, Folder 6

ZIP disk -- Prison Art Review. 2001

Box 31, Folder 7

ZIP disk -- Prison Arts, images, Scoti, Current press. 2006 November 7

Box 31, Folder 8

CD-R -- Prison Art. undated

Box 31, Folder 9

Magnetic tape -- Prison Arts Project. undated

Scope and Contents note

7 1/2 IPS 1/2 TRK mono master.
Box 31, Folder 10

U-matic videocassette: Arts in Corrections The Vacaville Prison Arts Project produced by Impact Productions. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 003.
Box 31, Folder 11

U-matic videocassette: Vacaville Prison Arts Project. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-CA 004.
Box 31, Folder 12

Magnetic tape -- "Arts Inside Out" (Prisons). undated

Scope and Contents note

From Hinton Productions, 159 West 53rd St. New York, NY.
 

2. Administration of program. 1959-2004 (bulk 1978-2004)

Scope and Contents note

The bulk of the materials contained in this series were produced or collected by Gail Gutierrez McDermid. McDermid began teaching art classes in correctional institutions in 1985 as a California Arts Council Artist in Social Institutions resident and in 1990 became the Arts in Corrections Program Administrator for the Office of Community Resources Development, California Department of Corrections. All of the materials in this series were donated by the William James Association except for a selection of William Cleveland records, which were donated by Cleveland. [NOTE: 1 box of "miscellaneous publications regarding Arts in Corrections" [per CCB] from this collection (UCLA accession #1589) on loan to Professor Larry Brewster, Ph.D. at the University of San Francisco, School of Business and Professional Studies (brewster@usfca.edu; 415.422.2063).]
 

2.1 Administrative records. 1980-2004

Scope and Contents note

Contains records pertaining to the administration of Arts In Corrections including program descriptions, institutional arts plans, surveys and evaluations, and quarterly and annual reports; information on classes and workshops; and artist facilitator contracts, evaluations, and training materials.
Box 41, Folder 1

Administration of program. 1980-1991

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, program descriptions and history of Arts in Corrections, and California Department of Corrections orientation material.
Box 41, Folder 2

Monthly reports. 1983 December-1989 February

Scope and Contents note

Summary report of significant events compiled by the California Department of Corrections during December 1983 and January 1984, and monthly reports of the Community Resources Development division from 1984 - 1989. Includes comprehensive departmental reports as well as specific descriptions of activities in the Arts in Corrections program.
Box 41, Folder 3

Planning and construction. 1983-1989

Scope and Contents note

Descriptions, recommendations, meeting notes, and correspondence related to existing and proposed program space in correctional institutions for Arts in Corrections.
Box 41, Folder 4

Program statistics. 1988-1989

Scope and Contents note

Institution-specific program statistics on number of inmate participants, program and special events hours, number of classes, inmate instruction hours, and number of paid instructors.
Box 41, Folder 5

Program assessment. 1992-1993

Scope and Contents note

Projected program needs assessed by individual correctional institutions and reported to the Arts in Corrections central office.
Box 41, Folder 6

Administration of program. 1987-2002

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, memoranda, and handwritten notes related to the administration of and support for Arts in Corrections, implementation of programs in correctional institutions, budget news, and proposals for exhibits and special projects.
Box 41, Folder 7

Administration of program. 1995-2002

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence to and from Gail Gutierrez McDermid, poems, 1996 monthly planner, postcards and flyers of exhibitions, and training material for instructors.
Box 41, Folder 8

Administration of program. 1996-2003

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, memoranda, calendar, program summary, purchase order, finance memo and notes related to administration of Arts in Corrections.
Box 42, Folder 1

Special projects. 1998-1999

Scope and Contents note

Overview and descriptions of Arts in Corrections' special projects and associated fund requests submitted by individual correctional institutions. Special projects include community-based projects such as public murals for the City of Blythe, the DMV, and Soulsbyville Elementary School; building backdrops for a children's theater; and a public education advertisement campaign.
Box 42, Folders 2-3

Work requests. 1992-2002

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Collection of documents related to various administrative and financial requests filed together in a folder originally titled "Work requests." Includes correspondence, memos, proof and package work requests, legislative proposals and policies, fiscal plan, fiscal funding plans, and workshop planning documents.
Box 42, Folder 4

Administration of program. 2000-2002

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence, handwritten notes, and memoranda regarding artist-facilitator training, Arts in Corrections program proposals, and fine arts service contracts.
Box 42, Folder 5

Administration of program. 2001-2002

Scope and Contents note

Includes institutional programming curriculum guide for 2001-2002, memoranda regarding facilitator contract issues, modification to the annual Institutional Arts Plan, instructional alternatives, and 2002 budget by institution.
Box 42, Folder 6

Bakersfield College Arts in Corrections program. 2002-2003

Scope and Contents note

Documents related to the contract between Arts in Corrections and Bakersfield College. Includes correspondence, meeting agenda and notes, operational agreement, organizational chart, and outline of scope of services.
Box 42, Folder 7

Calipatria State Prison. 2002-2003

Scope and Contents note

Collection of documents produced by Pablo Friedmann, artist-facilitator at Calipatria State Prison. Includes attendance sheets for workshops, activity calendar summary for January-March 2003, and budget worksheets for fiscal year 2002-2003.
Box 42, Folder 8

California State Prison - Solano. 2002-2003

Scope and Contents note

Documents related to Arts in Corrections program at California State Prison at Solano. Includes documentation of institution activity highlights, monthly reports and attendance worksheets for October-December 2002, attendance summaries and contract budget for 2002, workers pay summary for fiscal year 2002-2003, and newspaper clippings.
Box 44, Folder 1

Program description. undated

Scope and Contents note

Includes documentation on the mission, objectives, purpose, and structure of the Arts in Corrections program; documents that outline the purpose, structure, and role of the Office of Community Resources Development; and correspondence related to other programs administered by the Education and Inmate Program Unit (EIPU). Some documents are from 2003, but most of the material in this folder are undated. Materials in this folder are part of a larger collection of materials that describe the Arts in Corrections program. See also Box 44:2.
Box 44, Folder 2

Background and information on Arts In Corrections. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Documents in this folder are grouped together under the following sub-folders: Program model; Facts, information, briefing documents; Information background; and Definitions. Includes documents that outline Arts in Corrections' background, vision, mission, goal, programs, and accomplishments; program model for 1995-1996 fiscal year; Arts in Corrections briefing paper; statement by Gail Gutierrez McDermid; an organization structure chart; and definitions of terminology used in the administration of the program. Materials in this folder are part of a larger collection of materials that describe the Arts in Corrections program. See also Box 44:1.
Box 44, Folders 3-4

History of Arts In Corrections. 1980-1992

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Documentation on the political and organizational history of Arts in Corrections. Includes copies of senate bills and proposed amendments to the California administrative code regarding funding and space for the program; bill analysis; reports on Arts in Corrections programs; draft 1987-1990 three year plan for the California Arts Council; legislative committee hearing transcript and correspondence regarding institutional arts programming; newsletters; California Department of Corrections administrative bulletin and memoranda, meeting notes, and program plans.
Box 44, Folders 5-6

Draft and final program reports. 1980-1984

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections unit program reports for 1980-1981, 1981-1982, 1982-1983, 1983-1984. Contents of report: summary of program activity, Arts in Corrections program plan, administration and staff comments, articles, and letters. Includes final and draft reports, as well as handwritten notes.
Box 45, Folder 1

Program evaluations and reports. 1982-1991

Scope and Contents note

Program evaluation of the California Medical Facility Occupational Therapy Arts in Corrections Hobbycraft program; Arts in Corrections report by Kim Peasley (1988 May 20); final report of the Views from Inside State Prison exhibit at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility at Rock Mountain submitted to the City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture; and printer's proof and draft manuscript of the Arts in Corrections 1990-1991 Annual Report.
Box 45, Folder 2

Studies. 1983-2003

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Studies. 1983 April evaluation of Arts in Corrections and 2003 Arts Task Force meeting agenda and plan.
Box 45, Folders 3-4

Program evaluation. 1996

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Program evaluation of Arts in Corrections by institutional artist-facilitators.
Box 45, Folder 5

Program summaries. 1997, undated

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections program summaries by correctional institution.
Box 45, Folder 6

Instructional alternatives for lockdowns. 2000 January

Scope and Contents note

Survey responses from artist-facilitators on alternatives to scheduled instructional programming during institutional lockdowns.
Box 46, Folders 1-3

California Department of Corrections policy impacting Arts In Corrections / Education and Inmate Program Unit. 1984-2001

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Loose collection of documents with divider labeled "CDC Policy impacting AIC, AIC/EIPU." (AIC is an acronym for Arts in Corrections; EIPU is an acronym for Education and Inmate Program Unit.) Includes correspondence, administrative documents, and handbook for arts in the youth authority program.
Box 47, Folders 1-4

Administration of program. 1995-2002

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Materials generated by the California Department of Corrections, Artsreach, William James Association, California Arts Council, and individual artist-facilitators. Includes correspondence, handwritten notes, contracts, and financial information associated with the administration of Arts in Corrections program.
Box 47, Folder 5

Correspondence. 1998-2000

Scope and Contents note

California Department of Corrections correspondence and memoranda regarding the southern regional contractor transition from Artsreach to Imperial County Arts Council. Folder also contains correspondence regarding hiring of artist-facilitators, as well as documentation and ownership of inmate-artists' work.
Box 48, Folder 1

California Department of Corrections policy. 1991-1998

Scope and Contents note

California Department of Corrections memo on fundraising and charitable endeavors within the department, and training manual for the Supervisory Development Component Program.
Box 48, Folders 2-3

Handicraft program. 2003

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Materials regarding Arts in Corrections' transition to the handicraft program. Includes California Department of Corrections operation manual on handicraft programs and education services, meeting agendas and notes, correspondence, program information, survey of existing programs, memoranda from Office of Community Resource to the transition taskforce, and list of specifications and minimum qualifications.
Box 48, Folders 4-5

Hobby program survey. 2003

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Survey of hobby programs by correctional institution.
Box 49, Folder 1

Regional contractor quarterly meeting. 1998 July-2000 March

Scope and Contents note

Meeting agendas, notes, correspondence and associated documents concerning arts service providers' quarterly regional contractor meetings. Contains minimum qualifications for arts subcontractor position, qualifying artist panel log sheet, recruiting and subcontracting manual, and contractor policy and procedures manual.
Box 49, Folders 2-3

Reclassification of artist-facilitators. 1993-2001

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Documentation of reclassification process for artist-facilitators. Includes memoranda, classification specifics, job descriptions, and duty statements.
Box 49, Folder 4

Personnel. 1994-2001

Scope and Contents note

Personnel documents including classification and duty statements for artist-facilitator, administrator, and office technician positions; staff list; and excerpts from the California Department of Corrections operations manual pertaining to Arts in Corrections.
Box 49, Folder 5

Arts service provider contract transition and training. 2001-2002

Scope and Contents note

Meeting agendas, notes and related documents for institutional artist-facilitator program under transition to contract with new arts service provider.
Box 50, Folders 1-5

Institutional artist-facilitator position history. 1981-2001

Etxent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

Loose collection of documents with divider labeled "AIC-IAF-->Position history" includes correspondence; job classification, specifications and description; documents related to salary adjustment, pay issues and hiring; artist-facilitator task list; handwritten notes; and California Department of Corrections policy.
Box 51, Folders 1-4

Institutional artist facilitator. 1996-2003

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Documents and correspondence related to institutional artist-facilitator position including history, funding, position description and transitions; also includes individual artist-facilitator résumés.
Box 53, Folders 1-3

Institutional arts plan by institution. 2001-2004

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

6-month, annual and biennial institutional arts plans by institution for fiscal years 2001-2004. Reports include the following categories: program summary, budget, contracted services, and institutional/community services.
Box 53, Folder 4

Arts plan for institutions. 2002-2003

Scope and Contents note

Guide for reports to the legislature, correspondence between Office of Community Resources and artist-facilitators at correctional institutions, arts plan tracking by institution, and 2002-2003 working calendar for California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison at Corcoran.
Box 54, Folders 1-4

Equipment and supply inventory. 2002-2003

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections equipment and supplies inventory by institution.
Box 55, Folders 2-3

Program evaluation and reports. 1981-1986

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Educational Testing Service evaluation of the Artists in Social Institutions program of the California Arts Council; research and evaluation of the Arts in Corrections program conducted by Lawrence G. Brewster, San Jose State University Department of Political Science; articles on the mural program and a prison art exhibit in Santa Monica.
Box 55, Folder 4

Quarterly reports. 1991-1992

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly program summaries and reports compiled by the Community Resource Manager or by individual artist-facilitators for each participating correctional institution. Includes quantitative reports on number of programming hours, demographic of participants, and narrative program descriptions.
Box 56, Folder 1

Quarterly reports. 1992-1993

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly and final program summaries compiled by the institutional artist- facilitator at each of the following correctional institutions: California Correctional Center, San Quentin State Prison, Pelican Bay State Prison, Mule Creek State Prison, Folsom State Prison, California State Prison - Sacramento, and the Correctional Training Facility - Soledad . Reports include narrative descriptions of programs written by institutional artist- facilitators, statistical summaries of programming hours and attendance, and demographic information of participants. Also includes information on special programming for some institutions.
Box 56, Folder 2

Quarterly reports. 1993-1994

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections statistical and program summaries of the following institutions: Mule Creek State Prison, Folsom State Prison, California Training Facility, California Correctional Center, San Quentin. Reports include statistics for special events performances, instructional workshops, inmate crews and special projects. Some of the reports include narrative descriptions of programming written by institutional artist-facilitators, schedule of classes, and evaluation of classes and workshops.
Box 56, Folder 3

Quarterly reports. 1994-1995

Scope and Contents note

Quarterly summary of Arts in Corrections program compiled by Northern California Women's Facility. Reports include statistical summaries of class time, attendance and hours; demographic of participants; and descriptions of programs.
Box 56, Folders 4-7

Quarterly reports. 1995-1996

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly reports on workshops and special projects for the following institutions: California State Prison - Corcoran, California Correctional Institution, Ironwood State Prison, Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility at Rock Mountain, Centinela State Prison, California State Prison - Sacramento, San Quentin State Prison, California Rehabilitation Center, Calipatria State Prison, California Training Facility - Soledad, and Valley State Prison for Women. Reports include narrative evaluations and descriptions of programs written by institutional artist- facilitators, statistical summaries of attendance at workshops, and demographic information of participants. Folder also includes documentation of community art projects conducted by participants from the California Institute for Men (projects in collaboration with Cattle Elementary School, Chino Senior Citizen Center, and Glendora Police Department); "Tap Dancing on Razorwire," a collection of writing by program participants at California Rehabilitation Center; and a script for a play by the women's drama class at the California Rehabilitation Center.
Box 57, Folders 1-4

Quarterly reports. 1995-1996

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly reports and summaries on workshops and special projects for the following institutions: Valley State Prison for Women, California Men's Colony, Northern California Women's Facility, San Quentin State Prison, Pleasant Valley State Prison, Avenal State Prison, Avenal State Prison, Folsom State Prison, Sierra Conservation Center, North Kern State Prison, Wasco State Prison, CSP Sacramento, Deuel Vocational Institution, Centinela State Prison, Pelican Bay State Prison. Reports include narrative evaluations and descriptions of programs written by institutional artist-facilitators and statistical summaries. One report describes a guitar making workshop, but does not identify the name of the correctional institution where the program was administered. Some reports include monthly and weekly schedules of workshops.
Box 58, Folders 1-2

Quarterly reports. 1995-1996

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly reports and summaries on workshops and special projects for the following institutions: Calipatria State Prison, California State Prison - Los Angeles County, Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility at Rock Mountain, San Quentin State Prison, Pelican Bay, Centinela State Prison, California Men's Colony, Northern California Women's Facility, and California Institution for Men. Reports include narrative evaluations, descriptions of programs, and statistical summaries.
Box 58, Folder 3

Quarterly reports. 1996-1997

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly reports and summaries for the following institutions: Pelican Bay State Prison, San Quentin State Prison, Folsom State Prison, California Rehabilitation Center, Chuckwalla Valley State Prison Salinas Valley State Prison, Mule Creek State Prison, California Institution for Women, Northern Kern State Prison, Central California Women's Facility, Avenal State Prison, California State Prison Sacramento, California Correctional Institution, California State Prison - Los Angeles County. Reports include narrative evaluations, descriptions of programs, and statistical summaries. Also includes correspondence and feedback from artist facilitators Peters and Bowers on proposed new format for quarterly evaluations, and attendance sheets and evaluations for Central Medical Facility and Mule Creek State Prison.
Box 58, Folder 4

Quarterly reports. 1998-1999

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly reports and summaries for the following institutions: California Institute for Men, California Institute for Women, California Rehabilitation Center, Calipatria State Prison, Centinela State Prison, Chuckwalla Valley State Prison, California State Prison - Los Angeles County, Ironwood State Prison, Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility. Reports include narrative evaluations, descriptions of programs, and statistical summaries.
Box 58, Folder 5

Quarterly reports. 1999-2000

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly reports and summaries for the following institutions: California Institute for Men, California Institute for Women, California Rehabilitation Center, Calipatria State Prison, Centinela State Prison, Chuckwalla Valley State Prison, California State Prison - Los Angeles County, Ironwood State Prison, Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility. Also includes quarterly programming summary for California Correctional Center and program service category reports for California Institution for Men, California State Prison - Solano, Mule Creek State Prison, and Folsom State Prison.
Box 58, Folder 6

Quarterly reports. 2000-2001

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly reports and summaries for the following institutions: California Institute for Men, California Rehabilitation Center, Calipatria State Prison, Centinela State Prison, Chuckawalla Valley State Prison, California State Prison - Los Angeles County, Ironwood State Prison, Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility.
Box 59, Folder 1

Quarterly reports. 2001-2002

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly reports for the following institutions: Pelican Bay State Prison, California State Prison - Sacramento, California Correctional Center, Sierra Conservation Center, High Desert State Prison, Northern California Women's Facility, Mule Creek State Prison, Pelican Bay, Folsom State Prison, California Men's Facility, California State Prison - Solano, San Quentin State Prison, California State Prison - Solano, Mule Creek State Prison, Deuel Vocational Institution, Correctional Training Facility - Soledad, Central California Women's Facility - Chowchilla, Valley State Prison for Women, California State Prison - Corcoran, California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility, California Men's Colony, Avenal State Prison, North Kern State Prison, Wasco State Prison, California Correctional Institution, California State Prison - Los Angeles, California Institution for Women, California Institution for Men, California Rehabilitation Center, Ironwood State Prison, Chuckawalla Valley State Prison, Centinela, Calipatria State Prison, Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility,
Box 59, Folder 2

Quarterly reports. 2002-2003

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections quarterly reports for the following institutions: California Correctional Center, High Desert State Prison, San Quentin, Pelican Bay State Prison, Folsom State Prison, California Men's Facility, California State Prison - Sacramento, Mule Creek State Prison, Sierra Conservation Center, Northern California Women's Facility, Deuel Vocational Institution, Salinas Valley State Prison, Valley State Prison for Women, Central California Women's Facility, California State Prison - Corcoran, California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility - Corcoran, California Men's Colony, Avenal State Prison, North Kern State Prison, Wasco State Prison, California Correctional Institution, California State Prison - Los Angeles, Chuckawalla Valley State Prison, Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility, Folsom State Prison, Central Training Facility - Soledad, California State Prison - Los Angeles County, California Institute for Women, California Institute for Men, California Rehabilitation Center, Chuckawalla Valley State Prison, Calipatria State Prison, Centinela State Prison, California State Prison - Solano.
Box 59, Folder 3

Description of Arts In Corrections. undated

Scope and Contents note

Description of Arts in Corrections including a historical narrative of the program; statements by the director of the California Department of Corrections, an art educator and inmate participant; and a summary evaluation.
Box 59, Folder 4

Effects of Arts in Corrections. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Research materials on rehabilitation programs in prisons. Includes handwritten notes for a presentation on self-esteem, correspondence in support of the Arts in Corrections program, newspaper and magazine articles on correctional rehabilitation programs and its effects, and research on prison activist organizations.
Box 59, Folder 5

Legislative resource manual. 1992

Scope and Contents note

"Legislative Resource Manual" binder produced by the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies and provided to the Office of Community Resources. Includes information on the National Endowment for the Arts, current issues around state arts funding, congressional and state directory, and documentation provided by advocates of the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies.
Box 60, Folder 1

Arts services directory and artist directory (compact discs). 1999-2000

Scope and Contents note

Two compact discs prepared by Arts in Corrections programs. One compact disc includes a directory of arts services in visual, literary, performing and media arts prepared at High Desert State Prison. The second compact disc contains a draft artist directory for visual, literary, performing and media arts prepared by instructional artist- facilitator, Joe Rees, High Desert State Prison, and Petra Rees, California Correctional Center.
Box 60, Folders 2-3

Arts services directory. 2000 August

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Hard-copy of content included in the Arts Services Directory compact disc. This directory was compiled as a resource guide for institutional Arts in Corrections programming, and includes profiles and sample artwork of subcontracting artists. See Box 60:1 for draft compact disc.
Box 60, Folder 4

Arts services directory. undated

Scope and Contents note

Hard copy directory of artists contracted by the William James Association, Central California Arts Network, and Imperial County Arts Council.
Box 60, Folder 5

Performing arts services directory. undated

Scope and Contents note

Artist and workshop descriptions for performing arts professionals who meet the minimum qualification for subcontracting with the Arts in Corrections program.
Box 60, Folder 6

Arts services directory. undated

Scope and Contents note

Curriculum vitae and résumés of artists in the northern, central and southern regions.
Box 61, Folder 1

Arts services directory (compact discs). 2001-2002

Scope and Contents note

Two duplicate compact discs of an arts services directory for visual, literary, performing and media arts prepared by Arts in Corrections High Desert State Prison.
Box 61, Folders 2-3

Arts services directory. 2001

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Binder containing hard-copy documents that were included in the 2001 Arts Services Directory compact disc. Includes background information on artists and images of their work in visual, literary, performing, and media arts. Photocopies of the front and back covers, and the spine of the binder, is included at the beginning of folder 1 of 2.
Box 61, Folder 4

California Institution for Women. 1991-1993

Scope and Contents note

Roster of all Arts in Corrections participants at the California Institute for Women. Lists participants names, W#, enrolled class(es), status, and artist-facilitator names. Documents sent by artist facilitator Kim Kaufman, California Institution for Women, to Gail Gutierrez McDermid.
Box 61, Folder 5

Classes and workshops. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Folder of documents pertaining to the management and administration of Arts in Corrections classes and workshops. Includes requests for special equipment, class sign-up sheets, proposals and budget reports, and project descriptions. Some documents were produced by artist-facilitator Lynn Watson at the Central California Women's Facility or by Bob Kizziar at California State Prison-Corcoran.
Box 61, Folder 6

Arts services contract. 1992-2001

Scope and Contents note

Documentation of artist contracts and negotiations regarding the facilitation of Arts in Corrections programming. Includes draft and final duty statements, responses to changes in arts services provider contracts, handwritten notes from contract meetings, and correspondence and memoranda related to operational revisions to artist contracts.
Box 62, Folders 1-4

Qualifying artist panel. 1998-2002

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Documentation of Arts in Corrections' annual qualifying artist panel evaluations over the years 1998- 2002. Includes directory of participating artists listed by associated correctional institution, performance evaluations, scoring and ranking for individual artists, and handwritten notes related to the evaluation process.
Box 63, Folders 1-5

Arts panel review. 2002 December

Etxent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

In December 2002, the Office of Community Resources conducted a panel review of artists in connection with a new contract between Bakersfield College Arts in Corrections and the Office of Community Resources. Review process included submission of applications by the artists, pre-screening and official review of the artist panel, and subsequent appeals process to evaluate the qualifications of the arts professionals applying as subcontractors with the Arts in Corrections programs. Documentation includes correspondence between the Office of Community Resources and the pre-screening and official review panels, scoring and ranking worksheets, guidelines for scoring, list of artists reviewed, artist qualification profiles and minimum qualifications, and policy for the subcontractor position.
Box 64, Folders 1-5

Administrative records. 1984-1985

Etxent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

18 folders of materials concerning the administration of Arts in Corrections. An original index is the first document in folder 1 of 18 of these materials (See Box 64:1). In addition to the index, folder 1 of 18 contains correspondence and expenses pertaining to programs at the California Institution for Men.
Box 65, Folders 1-4

Administrative records. 1985-1986

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

See Box 64:1 for index of materials. Folder 6 of 18 contains miscellaneous expense reports and correspondence pertaining to programs at California Men's Colony, and a summary of a mural program written by Everett Jensen, California Arts Council grant recipient and Artist in Resident at the California Men's Colony. Also contains documentation, correspondence, and supplies and equipment orders pertaining to programs the California Medical Facility.
Box 66, Folders 1-4

Administrative records. 1983-1987

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

See Box 64:1 for index of materials. Folder 10 of 18 contains documentation pertaining to Bread and Roses, a performing arts non-profit organization which contracted with Arts in Corrections and three northern California correctional institutions.
Box 67, Folders 1-5

Administrative records. 1984

Etxent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

See Box 64:1 for index of materials. Folder 14 contains documentation pertaining to artist Jonathan Borofsky.
Box 68, Folder 1

Artists in Social Institutions. 1984

Scope and Contents note

The State of California Joint Committee on the Arts held a hearing on the California Arts Council's Artist-in Social-Institution program on May 9, 1984. The following representatives testified for prison arts program: Kathleen Stockdale, Assistant Director of the California Department of Corrections; Bill Cleveland, Director of Arts in Corrections; Vern McKee, inmate artist from California Medical Facility - Vacaville; Eloise Smith and Ellen Davidson, consultants for William James Association; Susan Hill, director of Artsreach; and Susan Loewenberg, artist-in-residence at L.A. Theatre Works-Arts in Prison. This folder contains a copy of the hearing transcript, correspondence regarding the hearing, and materials prepared for the press kit.
Box 68, Folder 2

Arts Issues / legislature. 1985-1991

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: "Arts Issues / Legislature F 7." Includes copy of Senate Bill No. 646 amendment which provides for the Exemplary Arts Education Program; copy of Senate Bill No. 648 introducing Local Arts and Aging Program; handwritten statement by the director of Arts in Corrections regarding CCA [acronym undefined]; and a statement by Senator Henry J. Mello in response to a Legislative Analyst report on the California Arts Council.
Box 68, Folder 3

Artsreach, Inc. 1987-1988

Scope and Contents note

Documentation associated with Arts in Corrections' contract with UCLA Extension Artsreach program. Includes contract/contractor evaluation and correspondence between the directors of Arts in Corrections and Artsreach.
Box 68, Folder 4

Victim/offender program. 1987

Scope and Contents note

In October of 1987, representatives from the California Department of Corrections and the director of Arts in Corrections, William Cleveland, met with performance artist John Bergman to discuss a possible victim/offender arts program. Bergman subsequently prepared a feasibility study for the Department of Corrections. The final report, as well as correspondence, notes and supporting documentation, are included in this folder.
Box 68, Folders 5-6

California Confederation of the Arts. 1986

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

The California Confederation of the Arts was a statewide nonprofit arts advocacy group that maintained the budget of the California Arts Council, one of the groups that helped fund contract artists who participated in the Arts in Corrections program. William Cleveland, manager of Arts in Corrections, was a board member of the Confederation in 1986. These two folders contain material generated by the Confederation, including board and committee meeting notes, documentation of the activities of the Arts Education Caucus, correspondence, budget and grant information, documentation on the California Arts Council, and development planning documents.
Box 68, Folders 7-8

Correctional arts program survey. 1989

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

In August of 1989, the American Correctional Association met for a National Congress in Baltimore, Maryland. The Prison Arts Project of the William James Foundation helped coordinate a survey for a panel on correctional arts programs that was presented at the summer Congress. Included in these two folders are original survey responses from various correctional institutions nationwide.
Box 69, Folders 1-5

International Correctional Arts Network. 1990-1996

Etxent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

M. Gail Gutierrez McDermid (manager of Arts in Corrections) was the President of the Executive Board of the International Correctional Arts Network from 1995-1996. These five folders contain administrative documents pertaining to Gutierrez McDermid's involvement with the organization from 1990-1996 including correspondence, research on arts administration, proposed and adopted membership by-laws and associated ballots, photographs, membership surveys, and notes.
Box 70, Folder 1

Billboard project. 1990

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: "Billboard project" [folder contains unrelated documents]. Contains documentation associated with a billboard contest involving San Jose high school students and inmate artists at Deuel Vocational Institution including correspondence, contest rules and entry form, and résumé of artist-facilitator Steven Emrick who was the coordinator of the billboard project. Unrelated to the billboard project, this folder also contains an intraoffice requisition form completed by Kim Kaufman--artist facilitator at the California Institution for Women--and a memorandum related to an incident at Deuel Vocational Institution involving artist facilitator Dallas DeGroot.
Box 70, Folder 2

Joint Committee on the Arts. 1991-1992

Scope and Contents note

Includes documentation on the status of Arts in Corrections artist facilitator positions, contracted services, California Arts Council grants, materials and equipment, and status of designated art spaces in each facility for 1991 and 1992. Materials were collected in response to a request made by Henry J. Mello, Chairman of the California Legislature Joint Committee on the Arts, to aid in analyzing the Arts in Corrections program.
Box 70, Folder 3

Program visits. 1991-1997

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: "Visitors to program out of state, country" and "Menees tour No. Calif AIC." Includes correspondence and notes related to out-of-state and international visitors interested in and/or who visited Arts in Corrections programs in California.
Box 70, Folder 4

Special projects. 1993-1995

Scope and Contents note

Proposals and planning documents for special projects administered by Arts in Corrections including the Freefall Music Competition, a KQED radio program, book and photography projects, mentoring program for art students, and community projects.
Box 70, Folder 5

Regional coordination. 1995-1997

Scope and Contents note

In order to improve communication and program delivery to institutions, Arts in Corrections management divided the state into three regions for program coordination -- Southern, Central and Northern regions. This folder contains correspondence, meeting agendas and notes, organizational charts, and other documentation pertaining to the restructuring process and continuing management of regional services.
Box 70, Folder 6

Senator Mello's letter. 1995 June-July

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Senator Mello's letter, 7/18/1995. Draft and final correspondence to Senator Henry J. Mello regarding the status of Arts in Corrections contracts during the Request for Proposals (RFP) process. Includes Mello's letter of support urging the California Department of Corrections to continue uninterrupted contract service during the RFP process.
Box 70, Folder 7

Arts In Corrections institutional arts plan. 1999-2000

Scope and Contents note

Description of Arts in Corrections institutional arts plan. Original transparencies were copied and discarded due to stains and partial damage.
Box 70, Folders 8-10

California Association of Local Arts Agencies. 1997-2000

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

The California Association of Local Arts Agencies (CALAA) is a non-profit membership organization representing the state's 250 local arts agencies. Gail Gutierrez McDermid (manager of Arts in Corrections) was on the Board of Directors from 1999-2000 as well as a member of the Certification/Accreditation committee. Includes e-mails, correspondence, meeting agendas and notes, and membership information associated with CALAA. Included also are documents pertaining to Gutierrez McDermid participation as the CALAA representative to the California Arts Advocates Board of Directors in 2000.
Box 71, Folder 1

Mailouts. 1989-2002

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Mailouts. Includes correspondence, appeal forms and claims pertaining to ownership of inmate art. Also includes monthly mailing pertaining to the administration of Arts in Corrections from Gail Gutierrez McDermid to artist facilitators from April and July, 2002.
Box 71, Folder 2

Administration and evaluation. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Loose collection of documents pertaining to the administration and evaluation of Arts in Corrections. Includes correspondence, handwritten notes, special project proposals, letters of support and program descriptions.
Box 71, Folder 3

Legislative contact. 1983-1988

Scope and Contents note

Includes legislative contact reports and correspondence between Arts in Corrections administrators and the office of Senator Henry J. Mello.
Box 71, Folder 6

Draft Arts in Corrections manual. ca. 1995

Scope and Contents note

Unbound draft manual for Arts in Corrections including sections on its history/background, institutional program, administration, and contractor's policies and procedures. Not all sections include documentation; substantial documentation is included in the institutional program section with subsections on background, institutional instructional program, and subcontracting. The manual is undated, but there is a reference to fiscal year 1995-1996 contracts that will continue to run through 1998.
Box 71, Folder 7

Briefing papers. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections briefing papers including information on relationships to institutions, community service projects, programming, summary of activities, and history.
Box 71, Folder 8

Support material. 1990-2003

Scope and Contents note

Letters of support and interest in Arts in Corrections from inmates, artist facilitators, and community members.
Box 72, Folder 1

Contractors. 1984-2002

Scope and Contents note

Documents contained include a survey on job characteristics of the arts administrator, Request for Proposal (circa 1991) for contract artist facilitator positions, as well as a summary and notes from Arts in Corrections artist facilitator training in 2002, correspondence between artist facilitators and the Office of Community Resources Development, and a list of consultant and professional support operations of the Office of Community Resources Development.
Box 72, Folder 2

Artist facilitator assessment. 1985-1989

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, forms, and class specifications associated with the assessment and evaluation of institutional artist facilitators.
Box 72, Folder 3

Dillihay files. 1991-1994

Scope and Contents note

Folder of materials associated with artist facilitator Ernest D. Dillihay including correspondence and a newsletter of the Humanities Network featuring Dillihay.
Box 72, Folder 4

Community outreach. 2000

Scope and Contents note

Planning documents and correspondence related to community outreach including potential exhibits, collaborative projects, and an online exhibit.
Box 72, Folder 5

Satre: New AIC Study. 2000

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence related to Stanford University student Allison Neal Satre's proposal to research Arts in Corrections as an update to the Brewster Report. Study was not approved.
Box 72, Folder 6

Literary grant profile. 1990

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, project plan, and research associated with the development of an Arts in Corrections literacy project.
Box 72, Folder 7

Arts in Corrections projects. ca. 1990

Scope and Contents note

Reports on current Arts in Corrections projects and research on potential future projects.
Box 72, Folder 8

Media policy and training. 1998-2002

Scope and Contents note

Collection of correspondence related to art exhibits and television programs, and documents regarding public appearance, media representation of Arts in Corrections, as well as collaborative projects with other programs.
Box 72, Folder 9

Nepotism. 1999-2002

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Nepotism. Correspondence regarding artist facilitators hiring spouses as contract artists.
Box 73, Folders 1-2

Central region volunteers / mentors -- RESTRICTED. 1993-1996

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Central Region Volunteers / Mentors, Arts in Corrections Personnel - PVSP Pleasant Valley State Prison. Includes records from Pleasant Valley State Prison as well as other institutions and documentation on Inmate Worker's Supervision Pay (IWSP). Personnel files list home addresses, phone numbers, and Social Security numbers. Contact Manuscripts Librarian for access.
Box 73, Folder 3

Central region volunteers / mentors -- RESTRICTED. 1990-1996

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Central Region Volunteers / Mentors, Arts in Corrections Personnel History - CTF Correctional Training Facility. Contains personnel records on artists from Correctional Training Facility as well as other institutions. Files list home addresses, phone numbers, and Social Security numbers. Contact Manuscripts Librarian for access.
Box 73, Folder 4

CERT list -- RESTRICTED. 1989-1995

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: CERT LIST. Contains lists of official State Personnel Board certified arts program administrators including home addresses, phone numbers, and social security numbers. Contact Manuscripts Librarian for access.
Box 74, Folder 1

Administration of program. 1992-2003

Scope and Contents note

Collection of correspondence regarding changes in the Arts in Corrections program, artist contracts, inmate art sales, and program updates.
Box 74, Folder 2

Clarity awards. 2002

Scope and Contents note

In 2002, the Governor's Office of Innovations in Government (OIG) asked the Arts in Corrections program for assistance in designing and creating the Governor's Clarity Award to be given to State agencies that have developed clarity in four areas: Forms, Information, Regulations, and Internal Documents. This collection of documents includes correspondence, handwritten notes, special project proposals, assignments, and one floppy disk related to the design of the award.
Box 74, Folder 3

Descriptions of Arts in Corrections. undated

Scope and Contents note

Report on educational needs in correctional institutions by superintendent of Deuel Vocational Institution, former inmate artist Vernon C. McKee's report on Arts in Corrections, and a Manual for Artists Working in Prison by artist facilitator Judith Tannenbaum.
Box 74, Folder 4

New prison standards. 1984-1993

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, notes, and planning documents on new prison construction and discussion of space for Arts in Corrections facilities.
Box 74, Folder 5

STD 610 medical clearance. 1993

Scope and Contents note

Memorandum and accompanying excerpts of the California Department of Corrections operations manual regarding newly approved medical examination report and clearance requirements for employees.
Box 74, Folder 6

Qualifying artist panel. 2002

Scope and Contents note

Documents related to THE 2002 Arts in Corrections arts panel review.
Box 74, Folders 7-8

Training. 1997-1999

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

In-service training sing-up sheets, documents from institutional artist facilitator training meetings, and new hire training materials.
Box 75, Folders 1-2

Orientation. 1988-1991

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Survey and planning documents for the production of an orientation package for new artist facilitators and contract artists participating through Artsreach.
Box 75, Folders 3-4

Program development. 1990s

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Collection of memoranda, correspondence and forms for Arts in Corrections program development organized under the following headings: evaluation tools; monitoring tools; site supervision, CRM (Community Resources Manager); IAF [Institutional Artist Facilitator] monitoring memoranda; procedures and processes; time reporting; computers; communication; contracts and contract issues; and annual report.
Box 75, Folder 5

Institutional artist facilitator issues. 1991-1998

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: IAF AIC Issues. Correspondence and handwritten notes related to artist facilitator issues with programs and performance standards.
Box 75, Folder 6

Arts in Corrections advisory. 1991 June

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: AIC Advisory. Includes contact information for the Arts in Corrections advisory board; guide to advisory groups; and June 28, 1991 advisory council meeting agenda with notes.
Box 75, Folder 7

Regional institutional artist facilitators meeting. 1996 October

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Regional IAFs Mtg. 10/96. Includes correspondence and notes from meeting.
Box 75, Folder 8

Menees tour. 2001

Scope and Contents note

Documentation related to cartoonist Tim Menees' tour of Northern California Arts in Corrections programs.
Box 77, Folder 3

Inmate work incentive Artswork Crew. 1984-1985, 1990

Scope and Contents note

The Artswork Crew was a work program for employable inmates allocated as part of Arts in Corrections funding. Folder includes memoranda and reports related to inmate work incentive Artswork Crew proposal at California Men's Colony, California Institution for Women, California Institute for Men, California Medical Facility and Correctional Training Facility.
Box 77, Folder 4

Program management. undated

Scope and Contents note

Documents originally contained in an untitled binder. Includes notes, guidelines and training material on effective management and supervision of employees.
Box 77, Folder 5

Bill analysis. 1983-1989

Scope and Contents note

Legislative bill analysis by the Office of Community Resources regarding impact of amendments and effects on Arts in Corrections.
Box 77, Folder 6

Planning and construction. 1983-1989

Scope and Contents note

Collection of documents related to the planning and construction of space for Arts in Corrections programs. File folders were discarded and titles were transferred to a piece of white paper proceeding the individual collection of documents.
Box 78, Folder 5

Prison policy guidelines. 1984-1985

Scope and Contents note

Guidelines on inmate activity programs, construction of new institutions, and draft architectural program for California State Prison in Riverside County.
Box 78, Folder 6

Projects and programs. 1998-2000

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: AIC Projects Program. Paper files, photographs, one cassette tape and photocopies of posters documenting the administration of Arts in Corrections' special projects.
Box 78, Folder 7

Inmate list for new study. undated, 1985-1986

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: Inmate list for new study. Folder includes a list of participants of Arts in Corrections at Pelican Bay State Prison (undated) as well as three budget-related documents from 1985 and 1986.
Box 79, Folders 1-3

Strategic planning. 1993-1994

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Includes surveys, memoranda and other documentation associated with Arts in Corrections' strategic planning effort. Wardens, artist-facilitators, contract artists, and community resources managers were surveyed.
Box 80, Folder 1

Strategic planning. 1993-1994

Box 80, Folders 2-4

Artist evaluations. 1994-2001

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

The Central California Arts Network, William James Association and Artsreach conducted surveys on Arts in Corrections' classes at each correctional institution. This collection of 17 folders contains surveys completed by inmate participants and by artist-facilitators, as well as evaluations of individual artist-facilitators by the participants. Completed forms were neither filed in chronological order nor by correctional institution; surveys were transferred and filed in folders in original order.
Box 81, Folders 1-4

Artist evaluations. 1994-2001

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

The Central California Arts Network, William James Association and Artsreach conducted surveys on Arts in Corrections' classes at each correctional institution. This collection of 17 folders contains surveys completed by inmate participants and by artist-facilitators, as well as evaluations of individual artist-facilitators by the participants. Completed forms were neither filed in chronological order nor by correctional institution; surveys were transferred and filed in folders in original order.
Box 82, Folders 1-4

Artist evaluations. 1994-2001

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

The Central California Arts Network, William James Association and Artsreach conducted surveys on Arts in Corrections' classes at each correctional institution. This collection of 17 folders contains surveys completed by inmate participants and by artist-facilitators, as well as evaluations of individual artist-facilitators by the participants. Completed forms were neither filed in chronological order nor by correctional institution; surveys were transferred and filed in folders in original order.
Box 83, Folders 1-4

Artist evaluations. 1994-2001

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

The Central California Arts Network, William James Association and Artsreach conducted surveys on Arts in Corrections' classes at each correctional institution. This collection of 17 folders contains surveys completed by inmate participants and by artist-facilitators, as well as evaluations of individual artist-facilitators by the participants. Completed forms were neither filed in chronological order nor by correctional institution; surveys were transferred and filed in folders in original order.
Box 84, Folders 1-2

Artist evaluations. 1994-2001

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

The Central California Arts Network, William James Association and Artsreach conducted surveys on Arts in Corrections' classes at each correctional institution. This collection of 17 folders contains surveys completed by inmate participants and by artist-facilitators, as well as evaluations of individual artist-facilitators by the participants. Completed forms were neither filed in chronological order nor by correctional institution; surveys were transferred and filed in folders in original order.
Box 84, Folders 3-4

Phone log. 1990-1992

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Gail Gutierrez McDermid's handwritten notes of phone calls and meetings.
Box 85, Folders 1-4

Phone log. 1995-1996

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Gail Gutierrez McDermid's handwritten notes of phone calls and meetings.
Box 86, Folders 1-5

Phone log. 1996-1997

Etxent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

Gail Gutierrez McDermid's handwritten notes of phone calls and meetings.
Box 87, Folders 1-4

Phone log. 1999-2000

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Gail Gutierrez McDermid's handwritten notes of phone calls and meetings.
Box 87, Folder 5

Program description. undated

Scope and Contents note

Description of Arts in Corrections and the artist in residence program at California Correctional Center, Susanville.
Box 88, Folder 1

Color slides. 1983 November

Scope and Contents note

Color slides of Asilimar conference and from the reception of California Institution for Men and California Institution for Women mural donations.
 

2.2 Financial records. 1980-2004

Scope and Contents note

Contains financial records of Arts in Corrections as well as reports by individual programs at correctional institutions. Includes budget proposals and monitoring reports, contracts, funding, and financial reports.
Box 43, Folder 1

Budget. 1980-1981

Scope and Contents note

Includes reports of Arts in Corrections budget allotment, projection, and actual amounts; and excerpted section from the State of California list of changes to the Governor's Budget 1980-1981 pertaining to the Art Program budget.
Box 43, Folder 2

Budget concept statement. 1984-1985, 1991-1992

Scope and Contents note

Collection of documents from 1984-1985 and 1991-1992 inside a folder titled "Budget Concept Statement 91/92." Includes budget change proposals (BCP), budget concept statements, handwritten notes, correspondence, and documents reflecting budgeted and projected expenses for the Arts in Corrections program.
Box 43, Folder 3

Budget. 1985-1986

Scope and Contents note

Includes California Department of Corrections memoranda on budget proposals and augmentation for the 1985-86 fiscal year, agenda for a meeting of the Committee on Budget and Fiscal Review (1985 April 18), budget request and concept statement, budget change proposal (BCP), and Ways and Means Subcommittee statement by Senator Henry J. Mello (1985 April 17).
Box 43, Folder 4

Budget. 1987-2001

Scope and Contents note

List of initial fiscal allotment for Arts in Corrections programs for each institution detailing reason for augmentation of funds, and per institution statistics for fiscal year 1987-1988.
Box 43, Folder 5

Budget. 1989-1991

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections budget allotment, expenses, projected budget, and budget change proposal (BCP) for fiscal years 1989-1990 and 1990-1991.
Box 43, Folder 6

Expenditures. 1989-1996

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections program expenditure listed by fiscal year per correctional institution, and detailed equipment and supply purchase summaries with handwritten notes.
Box 43, Folder 7

Budget proposal. 1990-1991

Scope and Contents note

Office of Community Resources Development proposed 1990-1991 allotment and budget change proposal (BCP) for Arts in Corrections.
Box 43, Folder 8

Budget. 1991-1993

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections budget summary per correctional institution for fiscal year 1991-1992. Correspondence and data regarding budget allotment, changes, and updates for Arts in Corrections for fiscal year 1992-1993.
Box 43, Folder 9

Budget monitoring. 1996-1999

Scope and Contents note

Material related to budget monitoring of Arts in Corrections program. Includes report of Arts in Corrections general fund allocation and quarterly breakdown of funds, allocation, and expenditures per correctional institution and program.
Box 43, Folder 10

Institution-based contract and funding. 1996-1997

Scope and Contents note

California Department of Corrections' Office of Community Resources memoranda regarding fund and program transfer to institutions and associated fund allocation.
Box 43, Folder 11

Budget monitoring. 1996-2001

Scope and Contents note

Office of Community Resources memoranda and itemized description of proposed budget allocation and actual allocation of funds for each correctional institution.
Box 43, Folder 12

Institutional invoice tracking. 2001-2002

Scope and Contents note

Documents tracking invoices, receipts, and allotted budget per institution and artist-facilitator.
Box 43, Folder 13

Finance memo. 2003

Scope and Contents note

California Department of Corrections financial information memo standardizing the definitions of existing Payroll Blanket Serial Numbers, dated 2003 February 15. Folder also contains a chart that lists object detail/agency object codes, descriptions and definitions, printed 2003 August 4.
Box 52, Folder 1

Quarterly budget assessment and report. 1991-1997

Scope and Contents note

Budget assessment and report by institution.
Box 52, Folder 2

Financial records. 1995-1996

Scope and Contents note

Inmate timekeeping by institution, equipment expenditure by institution and artist-facilitator, and materials and supplies expenditure by institution and artist-facilitator.
Box 52, Folder 3

Program expenditure. 1999-2000

Scope and Contents note

Justification for expenditure by regional contracted programs for fiscal year 1999, and survey response regarding redirection of Arts in Corrections contracted program services funds in 2000.
Box 52, Folder 4

Budget. 2000-2001

Scope and Contents note

Survey of budgetary freeze impact on Arts in Corrections programs, and memoranda regarding Arts in Corrections general fund controlled line from Gail Gutierrez McDermid to artist-facilitators at individual correctional institutions.
Box 52, Folders 5-6

Arts In Corrections / Educational and Inmate Program Unit finance. 2002-2004

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Materials from a binder containing financial documents including reports of fiscal allotment, budget reports, financial proposals and related handwritten notes.
Box 55, Folder 1

Arts In Corrections contracts. 1991-2002

Scope and Contents note

List of instructional arts services subcontracted by facility, list of contracted programming, names of subcontractors, contractor hours, and programming summary.
Box 71, Folder 4

Request for budget information. 1989-1990

Scope and Contents note

Annual request for budget information and supporting documentation for fiscal years 1989 and 1990.
Box 71, Folder 5

Construction budget and Artsreach contract. 1984, 1996-1997

Scope and Contents note

Documentation regarding administrative and programmatic needs of Artsreach as well as suggested amendments to the Arts in Corrections budget .
Box 75, Folder 9

Fiscal impact on program. 1999-2002

Scope and Contents note

Memoranda regarding fiscal year 1998-1999 and 2003-2004 budget change and correspondence regarding Bakersfield - Arts in Corrections audit.
Box 76, Folders 1-2

Arts in Corrections budget history . 1996-2001

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Binder of materials with original title: AIC Budget History.
Box 76, Folder 3

Budgets. 2000s

Scope and Contents note

Binder of materials with original title: Budgets. Includes 2003-2004 finance letters and background, as well as "early AIC budgets."
Box 76, Folder 4

Budget history. 1984-1985

Scope and Contents note

Original binder title: AIC Budget History FY 84/85, 85/86, 86/87. Includes guidelines for completing Arts in Corrections institutional program plan and projected budget for 1984-1985.
Box 76, Folder 5

Budget history. 1987-1991

Scope and Contents note

Original binder title: AIC Budget History FY 87/88, 88/89, 89/90. Includes memoranda and reports on Arts in Corrections budgets for fiscal years 1987 through 1991.
Box 76, Folder 6

Budget history. 1991-1993

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections budget statements, projected expenditures, allotment, and plans for fiscal years 1991-1992 and 1992-1993.
Box 76, Folder 7

Budget history. 1993-1996

Scope and Contents note

Original binder title: AIC Budget History FY 93/94, 94/95, 95/96. Includes memoranda and reports on Arts in Corrections budgets for fiscal years 1993 through 1996.
Box 77, Folder 1

Budget history. 1996-1999

Scope and Contents note

Original binder title: AIC Budget History FY 96/97, 97/98, 98/99. Tabs indicate documentation pertains to initial fund allotment for each fiscal year. Includes memoranda and reports on Arts in Corrections budgets for fiscal years 1996 through 1999.
Box 77, Folder 2

Initial budget allotment. 2002-2003

Scope and Contents note

Folder contains memoranda on Arts in Corrections budget allotment for fiscal year 2002-2003, and one floppy disk titled: CRM [Community Resource Manager] IAF [institutional artist-facilitator] allotment 02-03 & data - 2 docs.
Box 77, Folder 7

Budget and contracts. 1986-1989

Scope and Contents note

Includes Arts in Corrections budget requests and proposals, as well as documentation regarding cash flow and contract with Artsreach.
Box 78, Folder 1

Budget. 1982-1986

Scope and Contents note

Collection of documents pertaining to the budget of Arts in Corrections including purchase orders, memoranda on budget augmentation, budget requests, and concept statements.
Box 78, Folder 2

New institutions budgets. 1986-1988

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: New institutions budgets 86/87, 87/88. Folder includes request for annual budget, budget projection and notes.
Box 78, Folder 3

Budget. 1987-1991

Scope and Contents note

Original folder title: BCB process / budget timetable. Includes budget change proposals for administrative support and artist facilitators for fiscal years 1989-1990 and 1990-1991; also includes a response to Henry Mello's request for information regarding Arts in Corrections budget for fiscal years 1987 through 1989.
Box 78, Folder 4

Budget. 1988-1990

Scope and Contents note

Original folders were photocopied to preserve handwritten notes. Folder contains budget-related documents for fiscal years 1988-1989 and 1989-1990.
Box 80, Folder 1

General fund and expenditure reports. 1990-1996

Scope and Contents note

Detailed Department of Corrections reports for Arts in Corrections expenditures described by fiscal month or agency object.
 

2.3 Works of art, publications, exhibitions. 1974-2002

Scope and Contents note

Contains photographic and slide documentation of works of art by artist facilitators and inmate artists, literary works, original works of art, and videocassette recordings of Arts in Corrections programs. Also includes records describing inmate art ownership and promotional materials for exhibitions.
Box 88, Folder 2

Color slides. 1978-1996

Scope and Contents note

Color slides documenting examples of work by artist facilitators.
Box 88, Folder 3

Inmate art. 1986-1987

Scope and Contents note

"Silk & Barbed Wire," poems by Glenna Luschei and linocuts by Anita Segalman, with assistance by the poetry class at California Men's Colony; and "Women of California State Prisons," 12 cyanotype prints of women inmates at the California Rehabilitation Center in Norco, CA, by artist Robert Solywoda in collaboration with photographed subjects.
Box 88, Folder 4

Inmate art. 1999 April, undated

Scope and Contents note

25 reprints of 8" x 10" ink jet prints by E-Yard inmates in Computer Arts class instructed by Andrew Shumaker and artist facilitator Clark Baker at Centinela State Prison; collection of photographs of inmate artwork.
Box 89, Folder 1

Index of recordings. undated

Box 89, Folder 2

U-matic videocassette tape -- KVIE Channel 6, "Arts Alive," Arts in Corrections Inmate Music Program at the California Medical Facility. 1983 October 19

Box 89, Folder 3

U-matic videocassette tape -- Cosmic Dimensions, produced by Buddy Harper & Jack Bowers, taped at CTF_Soledad. 1984 June 28

Box 89, Folder 4

U-matic videocassette tape -- Light at the End of the Tunnel: A documentary of the Vacaville Prison Arts Project, produced by Eric Thiermann. undated

Box 89, Folder 5

U-matic videocassette tape -- Prison Art Programs, I. CIM, II. AIC. 1981 June, 1986 June

Box 89, Folder 6

U-matic videocassette tape -- Part 2 Joe Marisal Interview. 2001 August 8

Box 90, Folder 1

Video tape -- "I. Reed." 1979 December 12

Box 90, Folder 2

Video tape -- "Vic." undated

Box 90, Folder 3

Video tape -- CMF Video Lab. undated

Box 90, Folder 4

Video tape -- Prison Arts Project Vern. undated

Box 90, Folder 5

U-matic videocassette tape -- Arts in Corrections 1 and 2. undated

Box 90, Folder 6

U-matic videocassette tape -- Arts in Corrections 3 and 4. undated

Box 90, Folder 7

U-matic videocassette tape -- Arts in Corrections 5. undated

Box 91, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections and the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department: Arts Bridges. undated

Box 91, Folder 2

Videocassette tape -- "Nothing to Fear." undated

Box 91, Folder 3

Videocassette tape -- Arts in Corrections, produced by IMPACT Productions. undated

Box 91, Folder 4

Video tape -- Elyce Shih Theatre Arts Class I, CIW. 1981 May

Box 91, Folder 5

Video tape -- Elyce Shih Theatre Arts Class II, CIW. undated

Scope and Contents note

Filming done by Pam Savage, Lydia McCorkhill, Shelley Foster and Emily Harris.
Box 91, Folder 6

Video tape -- Arts in Corrections, CMF #2. undated

Box 92, Folder 1

U-matic videocassette tape -- KDVI interviews of Rick Sutton with Ellen Gruys, Pete Carlson, pt. 1 of Joe Marisial, Prison Arts Project. undated

Box 92, Folder 2

U-matic videocassette tape -- Arts in Corrections Roughcut. undated

Box 92, Folder 3

U-matic videocassette tape -- Arts Alive broadcast. 1983 November

Box 92, Folder 4

Cassette tapes. undated

Scope and Contents note

One unlabeled; one labeled "South Part 2"
Box 92, Folder 5

U-matic videocassette tape -- "Poet Behind Bars," producer John Roszak, KQED TV. undated

Box 92, Folder 6

U-matic videocassette tape -- "Prison Art." undated

Box 93, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections, Video and New Technologies Report, directed by Gary Glassman. 1988

Box 93, Folder 2

VHS tape -- "Public Safety, Public Service." 1991 April 30

Scope and Contents note

Produced by the California State Department of Corrections.
Box 93, Folder 3

VHS tape -- "Public Safety, Public Service." 1991 April 30

Scope and Contents note

Produced by the California State Department of Corrections.
Box 93, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Asilomar AIC Conference "Unexpurgated Hot Licks." 1991

Box 93, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections interview with Theresa Rocha, unedited. 1991 November

Box 93, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections staged readings of playwriting competition Ivar Theater. 1992 November 16

Box 93, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections staged readings of playwriting competition Ivar Theater. 1992 November 16

Box 93, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections CMC-SLO class promo. 1993 July

Box 93, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections. 1995

Box 93, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Inside Out/ Urban Legends. 1995 July 20

Box 93, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections residency program KMPH 26 News (Fresno). 1996 August 24

Box 93, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Higher Ground, CMC Art in Corrections. 1996

Box 93, Folder 13

VHS tape -- "Sea Notes: A musical-photographic collage." 1991

Box 94, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections Overview. 1996 May

Box 94, Folder 2

Videocassette tape -- "Ticket to Hell." 1991 February 26

Scope and Contents note

California Department of Corrections Arts in Corrections, Gary Glassman, Northern California Womens Facility PSA.
Box 94, Folder 3

Videocassette tape -- "Ticket to Hell." 1991 February 26

Scope and Contents note

California Department of Corrections Arts in Corrections, Gary Glassman, Northern California Womens Facility PSA.
Box 94, Folder 4

Videocassette tape -- Blank tape. undated

Box 94, Folder 5

Videocassette tape -- Helene Wickett. undated

Box 94, Folder 6

Videocassette tape -- Arts in Corrections; Exploring Our Potentials. undated

Box 94, Folder 7

Videocassette tape. undated

Box 95, Folder 1

VHS tape -- First Night SLO 2000 Stage Project Animated Tour, California Men's Colony, Arts in Corrections. 1998 November - 1999 February

Scope and Contents note

Seven 7x3' digital prints on canvas.
Box 95, Folder 2

VHS tape -- APN. 1999 October

Box 95, Folder 3

VHS tape -- APN. 1999 October

Box 95, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Introduction to Choral Music Program, CSP-Solano. 1999 December

Box 95, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Main line art. undated

Box 95, Folder 6

Letter from Lou Dunlap, Warden, Northern California Women's Facility. 2003 February 13

Scope and Contents note

Letter to Merrie Koshell, Chief, Office of Community Resources, enclosed with VHS tape, "Main line art" (Box 95:4). According to the letter, the VHS tape is a rough draft production of a documentary film on Arts in Corrections at the Northern California Women's Facility produced by Leslie Payne of Landfall Pictures.
Box 95, Folder 7

VHS tape -- The Détente Music Festival, California Rehabilitation Center, Arts in Corrections. 2000 February 8-12

Box 95, Folder 8

VHS tape -- I/M Paul Abbey, guitar/ vocal, AIC studio CSP-Solano. 2000 October 31

Scope and Contents note

Copy #1 of original rough footage.
Box 95, Folder 9

Letter, memorandum and consent. 2001 January-February

Scope and Contents note

A letter and memorandum related to videotape of inmate singer/ guitarist Paul Abbey (Box 95:7) including a consent for media contact form signed by Abbey.
Box 95, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections, "What Difference Does it Make," evaluation of community murals crew, by Everett Jensen. undated

Box 95, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Director's Community Service Awards. undated

Box 95, Folder 12

VHS tape -- unlabeled 1. undated

Box 95, Folder 13

VHS tape -- unlabeled 2. undated

Box 96, Folder 1

Videocassette tape -- Art and the Prison Crisis, 1. undated

Box 96, Folder 2

Videocassette tape -- Art and the Prison Crisis, 2. undated

Box 96, Folder 3

Videocassette tape -- Art and the Prison Crisis, 3. undated

Box 96, Folder 4

Videocassette tape -- Art and the Prison Crisis, 14. undated

Box 96, Folder 5

Videocassette tape -- Art and the Prison Crisis, 15. undated

Box 96, Folder 6

Videocassette tape -- Art and the Prison Crisis, 16. undated

Box 97, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Art Behind Bars. Undated

Scope and Contents note

KERA Channel 13, Judy Kelly, television producer.
Box 97, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections (Display at the Fillmore Center). Undated

Box 97, Folder 3

VHS tape -- AIC. Undated

Box 97, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Realities: Yard Art/ Schooled Art, Arts in Corrections program exhibit at O.C.C.C.A., video by Alex Vasquez. Undated

Box 97, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Solitary Refinement. Undated

Box 97, Folder 6

VHS tape -- 4 North Films "Prisoner," directed by Chris Brandi. Undated

Box 97, Folder 7

VHS tape -- "Faraway Voices" from the Arts in Corrections Program, California Department of Corrections, a film by Howard Galloway. undated

Box 97, Folder 8

VHS tape -- "Art & the Prison Crisis." undated

Box 97, Folder 9

VHS tape -- State of the Arts. undated

Box 97, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections, A Program of the California Dept of Corrections. undated

Scope and Contents note

William James Association Video Library Call No. Vi-Ca P32.
Box 97, Folder 11

VHS tape -- The Arts in Corrections Program, produced by the CA Dept of Corrections, directed and edited by Nigel Sanders-Self. undated

Box 97, Folder 12

VHS tape -- The Write Connection, NBC Nightly News. undated

Box 97, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections, Pleasant Valley, Bob Kissian, Artist facilitator. undated

Box 97, Folder 14

VHS tape -- AIC @ WSP. 1994

Box 98, Folder 1

VHS tape -- SNAP. undated

Box 98, Folder 2

U-matic videocassette tape -- KVIE Channel 6, "Arts Alive" at California Medical Facility, copy 1. undated

Scope and Contents note

Number 10.
Box 98, Folder 3

U-matic videocassette tape -- KVIE Channel 6, "Arts Alive" at California Medical Facility, copy 2. undated

Scope and Contents note

Number 11.
Box 98, Folder 4

U-matic videocassette tape -- Art and the Prison Crisis. undated

Box 98, Folder 5

Videocassette tape -- "Prisoners," copy 1. undated

Box 98, Folder 6

Videocassette tape -- "Prisoners," copy 2. undated

Box 99, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Pro & Con. undated

Box 99, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Visions of Community. undated

Box 99, Folder 3

VHS tape -- A View from the Underside: The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer by Al Staggs. undated

Box 99, Folder 4

VHS tape -- unlabeled 1. undated

Box 99, Folder 5

VHS tape -- unlabeled 2. undated

Box 99, Folder 6

VHS tape -- unlabeled 3. undated

Box 99, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Shortcut of Nigel's tape. undated

Box 99, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Mentor Wall. undated

Box 99, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Warning No Warning by Rob Dicman. undated

Box 99, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Camel Pack Paper Folding - or Chains instructional video. undated

Box 99, Folder 11

VHS tape -- California Department of Corrections - 12 Step Programs, "It Works" In and Out of Prison. undated

Box 99, Folder 12

VHS tape -- California Department of Corrections - OASP. 12 Step Programs, Staff Sponsor. undated

Box 99, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Village Music Circles with Arthur Hill. undated

Box 100, Folder 1

Color slides. 1986-1995; undated

Scope and Contents note

Color slides of original inmate artwork. Some slides are labeled with name of artist, California Department of Corrections number, artists' materials, and/or dimensions of work.
Box 100, Folder 2

Documentation of art work. 1981-1995

Scope and Contents note

Photographs and color slides of inmate artwork.
Box 100, Folder 3

Documentation of art work and poetry.

Scope and Contents note

Poetry, literary publications, and hand-drawn flyers for Arts in Corrections classes.
Box 101, Folders 1-2

Art sale and ownership. 1987-1997

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Surveys, correspondence, California Department of Corrections policy and excerpt of operation manual, legal research, and releases associated with the sale and ownership of prisoner art.
Box 101, Folders 3-5

Photographic documentation. undated

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Envelope containing photographs, photo negatives, Polaroid photographs, color slides, and transparencies. Photographs depict social gatherings, art shows, workshops, and musical performances, as well as documentation of artwork and mural projects. Some items are labeled with a title, location, names of individuals, and/or date on the reverse side of documentation. Handwritten note, "Pictures for Gail to go through," is written on the front of the envelope.
Box 101, Folder 6

"Inside Ten Years" production material. undated

Scope and Contents note

"Inside Ten Years" is a publication of the William James Association's Prison Arts Project. This folder contains copies of photographic negatives and prints used in "Inside Ten Years" as well as a copy of the printed pamphlet.
Box 101, Folder 7

Reproduction of photographs. undated

Scope and Contents note

Reproductions of photographs depicting unidentified individuals and artwork. Some photos depict classrooms, inmate artists and facilitators.
Box 102, Folders 1-2

Color slides. 1974-1996

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Collection of color slides of artwork produced by inmate and facilitator participants of Arts in Corrections. Some slides note name of artist, title of piece, artists' materials, and/or dimensions on reverse side. Some sleeves have artist-facilitator's description of artwork attached.
Box 102, Folder 3

Publications of literary work. 1976-1982

Scope and Contents note

Folder containing works by participants of the Prison Arts Program and Arts in Corrections during 1976-1982. "Ain't No Country in My Face" is a collection of poems written by Van Purcell as part of the Creative Writers' Workshop at Folsom Prison, published posthumously in 1976 as Aldebaran Review number twenty-six. "Bright Fires" is a collection of drawings, poetry, and prose composed by women from the California Rehabilitation Center in Norco, California, who participated in the Bright Fires Creative Writing Workshop between 1979 and 1982. In 1981, the Bright Fires Writing Workshop also produced "The Bright Fires Book: We're All Doing Time." One copy of each of these three publications are contained in this folder.
Box 102, Folder 4

About Time: An Anthology of California Prison Writing. 1980-1987

Scope and Contents note

"About Time: An Anthology of California Prison Writing" is a collection of poems and short prose written by writers from prisons and youth facilities in the California penal system. Many of the pieces come directly out of workshops conducted at correctional institutions through prison arts programs. This folder contains Volume I published in 1980, Volume II published in 1981, and Volume III--"Inside Ten Years"--published in 1987. The anthologies were produced by the William James Association's Prison Arts Project.
Box 102, Folder 5

Publications of literary work. 1981-1982

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains work created by Arts In Corrections participants from 1981-1982, including Summer, Fall and Winter 1981 editions of "KITE" with contributions from California inmates; October/November/December 1981 and June/July/August 1982 editions of "Poppy;" Summer 1982 issue of "Metamorphosis"; and the Spring/Fall/Winter 1982-1984 series of "Café Solo." "KITE: A Magazine for Writers in Prison" is an anthology for and by incarcerated writers in the United State. "Poppy: Color Me Red" is a newsletter of prose, poetry, interviews, interest polls and artwork from the women participating in the Bright Fires Creative Writing Workshop at California Rehabilitation Center in Norco, California; "Metamorphosis" is the men's publication of the same program. "Café Solo" is a literary anthology that combines writings from folks at Atascadero State Hospital, California Men's Colony, California Rehabilitation Center, and the California Institute for Women, as well as work from the non- institutionalized community.
Box 103, Folder 1

Publications of literary work. 1983-1986

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains work created by Arts in Corrections participants during 1983-1986, including "One Down," a compilation of writing by Blaine Crosby; "Hard Words, Short Time," edited by Max Benavidez and Bill Mohr, and published by L.A. theatre Works in 1983; "Voices from Prison: The Art of Survival," compiled in 1983; Summer/Fall 1985 issue of "Café Solo"; and a copy of the February 1985-May 1986 issue of "Poppy." "Hard Words, Short Time" compiles work produced during creative writing workshops at the California Institution for Men in Chino, California. "Voices from Prison" combines prose and poetry created by women in the Bright Fires Creative Writing Program at the California Rehabilitation Center with a piece by a woman at the California Institution for Women; these works were presented by Sharon Stricker at Target L.A.: The Art of Survival, an Anti-Nuclear Music & Arts Festival that took place September 20-25, 1983, in Pasadena, CA. "Café Solo" compiles poetry and short prose from writers within and outside of California's correctional institutions. "Poppy" is an anthology of writings by women in the Bright Fires creative writing program at California Rehabilitation center in Norco, CA.
Box 103, Folder 2

Publications of literary and visual art work. 1986-1989

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains publications and artwork created by inmates in California's correctional institutions as part of the Arts in Corrections program from 1986-1989. "Long Blue Notes of Cigarette Smoke that Jazz the Brain," "Prose and Cons and Poetry!" and "A Crack in the Wall," were published in 1986. "Long Blue Notes" is a compilation of poems and prints facilitated at an unidentified institution by artist Jan Dove and poet Dawn Kolokithas; "Prose and Cons" is a literary publication by the inmates of the California Correctional Center; and "A Crack in the Wall" is a collection of writings by women in the Bright Fires Creative Writing Program, compiled for a Spring 1986 exhibit-- Family Album--on child abuse that was displayed at the Women's Center in Los Angeles' Chinatown. This collection of materials also contain inmate artist literary publications and reproductions of artwork from 1987 and 1988, writing from the Bars & Pens poetry workshop at California Training Facility - Soledad from 1988, and "Breaking the Silence Singing the Heart" publication from 1989. Individual artist publications include: "Leo's Fifth Expression," poetry by Christopher Brown I from San Quentin State Prison; "Walk Along the Seashore," artist's books by William K. Murphy from Atascadero; "Nightland," a publication by Café Solo that includes poetry by William K. Murphy and linocuts by Daniel Segalman; and "The Beginning Era, 'Of'," poems by Richard R. Kingsberry, Jr. written at the California Training Facility - Soledad. "Breaking the Silence Singing the Heart" is a compilation of poems by writers at the California Institute for Women.
Box 103, Folder 3

Publications of literary and visual art work. 1991-1994

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains artist books and literary publications created by Arts in Corrections participants during 1991-1994. Includes two copies of "Working Late," a collection of writing by inmates in a creative writing program at the California Medical Facility-South produced in 1991; each copy has a hand-made cover that was created by an Arts in Corrections artist. Folder also contains winning poems of the 1991 "Mes de la Cultura Latina" poetry contest written by inmates; and "Voices from the Well," an anthology of the creative writing program at the California Correctional Institution at Tehachapi, compiled in 1993.
Box 103, Folder 4

Publications of literary work. 1996-1997

Scope and Contents note

This folder contains literary works created by Arts in Corrections participants from 1996-1997 including "inside works" and "Tap Dancing on Razor Wire" from 1996, as well as "Spirit Chain" and the "Book of Nails in Winter," both produced in 1997. "inside works" is a compilation of poems by inmates from Arts in Corrections that were read during an evening of poetry readings as part of Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum's exhibition INSIDE/OUTSIDE Small Works from Arts in Corrections on August 15, 1996. Includes layout, printing and copying instructions for publication of inmate poetry as well as a copy of the final product. "Tap Dancing on Razor Wire" is a compilation of writing submitted by women from the Bright Fires Creative Writing class at the California Rehabilitation Center. "Spirit Chain" is also produced by women of the California Rehabilitation Center; the book includes writings and artwork. The "Book of Nails in Winter" is an anthology of poetry and prose from the creative writing program at the California Correctional Institution - Tehachapi.
Box 103, Folder 5

Publications of literary work. undated

Scope and Contents note

"The real rap: A message to the youth" by ten men serving time at San Quentin State Prison, and script for "Trappers" by Jim Pinkerton.
Box 104, Folder 1

Printed ephemera. 1983-2001 (bulk 1991-1994); undated

Scope and Contents note

Announcements, programs, posters, postcards, and order forms for prison art, publications and productions produced by participants of Arts in Corrections.
Box 104, Folder 2

State-wide art show. 1988-1989

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, schedules, press release, insurance information and notes related to state-wide prison arts exhibitions.
 

2.4 Newsletters, clippings, research. 1959-2002 (bulk 1978-2002)

Scope and Contents note

Contains newspaper clippings and articles about Prison Arts Project and Arts in Corrections, and national and international research on issues related to prisons, criminal justice, and the arts.
Box 104, Folder 3

Prison Arts Project News. 1986-1987

Scope and Contents note

Copies of the William James Association's Prison Arts Project News. Publications from November- December 1986; May, June, September, and December 1987; February, May, and July 1988.
Box 104, Folder 4

The California Prisoner. 1989-1990

Scope and Contents note

Copies of The California Prisoner: A Prisoner's Rights Union Publication from December 1989, and February and April 1990.
Box 104, Folder 5

Community Murals publications. 1982-1985

Scope and Contents note

Community Murals newsletters from Spring 1982, Spring 1983, Spring 1984, Summer 1984, Fall 1984, Winter 1984, and Summer/Fall 1985. Summer/Fall 1985 issue includes an article about Arts in Corrections, "Painting the Stones of Law," that talks about murals produced by inmates participating in Arts in Corrections at the following institutions: California Correctional Center - Susanville, California Correctional Institution - Tehachapi, California Institution for Men - Chino, California Institution for Women, California Men's Colony - San Luis Obispo, California Medical Facility - Vacaville, California Rehabilitation Center - Norco, Correctional Training Facility - Soledad, Deuel Vocational Institute - Tracy, San Quentin State Prison, and the Sierra conservation Center - Jamestown.
Box 105, Folders 1-5

Press clippings and newsletters. 1985-2002

Etxent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

News clippings, articles, and newsletters about the Arts in Corrections program.
Box 106, Folders 1-3

Scrapbook Album 1. 1959-1982

Etxent: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Contents of scrapbook album removed from original cover and binding. Contains newspaper clippings about prison arts related issues and Arts in Corrections as well as color and black and white photographic prints of Arts in Corrections activities. Album 1 covers the years 1959-1982 with the bulk of materials spanning 1978- 1982. See Box 159 for albums 2 and 3.
Box 107, Folder 1

Articles. 1989-1992

Scope and Contents note

Articles on Arts in Corrections programs.
Box 107, Folders 2-5

Research. 1978-2000; undated

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

The Office of Community Resources Development collected national and international publications related to prison arts; conducted research on national and international community-based arts organizations and artists; and collected information on crime statistics, recidivism, and criminal justice policy to assist with the administration of Arts in Corrections. These 12 folders contain research material such as articles, newsletters, reports, invitations to art exhibits, description of art programs, artist catalogs and information on grants.
Box 108, Folders 1-5

Research. 1978-2000; undated

Etxent: 5 folders

Scope and Contents note

The Office of Community Resources Development collected national and international publications related to prison arts; conducted research on national and international community-based arts organizations and artists; and collected information on crime statistics, recidivism, and criminal justice policy to assist with the administration of Arts in Corrections. These 12 folders contain research material such as articles, newsletters, reports, invitations to art exhibits, description of art programs, artist catalogs and information on grants.
Box 109, Folders 1-4

Research. 1978-2000; undated

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

The Office of Community Resources Development collected national and international publications related to prison arts; conducted research on national and international community-based arts organizations and artists; and collected information on crime statistics, recidivism, and criminal justice policy to assist with the administration of Arts in Corrections. These 12 folders contain research material such as articles, newsletters, reports, invitations to art exhibits, description of art programs, artist catalogs and information on grants.
Box 159, Folders 1-4

Scrapbook Albums 2 and 3. 1982-1985

Etxent: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Contents of scrapbook album removed from original cover and binding. Contains newspaper clippings about prison arts related issues and Arts in Corrections as well as color and black and white photographic prints of Arts in Corrections activities. Album 2 spans the years 1982-1984 and Album 3 spans the years 1984-1985. See Box 106 for Album 1.
 

2.5 William Cleveland records. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

William Cleveland was the acting Director of the Arts in Corrections program from 1981 to 1989 and an Assistant Director at the Department of Corrections during the last 18 months of his tenure with the department. Cleveland was also a member of the UCLA Artsreach Advisory Committee in the 1980s. This sub-series contains Cleveland's materials in original order with the original folder titles preserved.
Box 32, Folder 1

England prison. undated

Scope and Contents note

Notes for a speech on prisons.
Box 32, Folder 2

Information booklets. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Background text on Arts in Corrections and exhibition announcements.
Box 32, Folder 3

Art in American Prisons. 1992

Scope and Contents note

Art in American Prisons, a report by Colin Riches presented to the Winston Churchill Trust.
Box 32, Folder 4

Arts in Prisons. 1996 June

Scope and Contents note

"Arts in Prisons: 'A Good Doss' or Purposeful Activity?" published by the Unit for the Arts and Offenders through the Centre for Research in Social Policy, Loughborough University.
Box 32, Folder 5

Poetry Flash. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Two issues of Poetry Flash: A Poetry Review & Literary Calendar for the West, including articles on art in prisons by Judith Tannenbaum
Box 32, Folder 6

Memo: Arts. 1989, 1992

Scope and Contents note

Two issues of Memo: Arts, a publication of Arts in Corrections.
Box 32, Folder 7

Judith Tannenbaum poetry book. undated

Scope and Contents note

[Photocopied original. Original copy was discarded due to water damage.]
Box 32, Folder 8

Correctional arts program model. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Pamphlet and letters
Box 32, Folder 9

Nourishing the Heart. 1993

Scope and Contents note

"Nourishing the Heart: A guide to intergenerational arts projects in the schools," by Shari Davis and Benny Ferdman.
Box 32, Folder 10

Prison testimony, California. 1984

Scope and Contents note

Drafts, notes, transcript and report of testimony for the hearing on issues related to Arts in Social Institutions to the members of the Joint Committee on the Arts by William Cleveland and Daniel J. McCarthy, Director of Corrections.
Box 32, Folder 11

Pamela Brown. ca. 1994

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, résumé, and articles by artist Pamela Brown.
Box 32, Folder 12

Flyer and pamphlet. 1991-1992

Scope and Contents note

Flyer for CorrectArt, an exhibition of art by Arts in Corrections participants, and one copy of Realities: Yard Art/Schooled Art, pamphlet from a 1992 exhibition and competition.
Box 32, Folder 13

Linda Harvey ca. 1988

Scope and Contents note

Letters and poetry by Linda Harvey.
Box 32, Folder 14

Cleveland article. 1989-1990

Scope and Contents note

Includes an article on Arts in Corrections by William Cleveland and an article on the role of arts in corrections by Marvin M. Braun.
Box 32, Folder 15

LA Theatre Works. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence and flyers related to projects by Theatre Works.
Box 32, Folder 16

A Celebration. 1989 March 31

Scope and Contents note

Program for the unveiling of a mural, "When it rains, look for the rainbow," at the Protestant chapel in the Correctional Medical Facility.
Box 32, Folder 17

News articles. ca. 1988

Scope and Contents note

Articles and notes regarding the California prison population.
Box 32, Folder 18

Artist questionnaire. 1986

Scope and Contents note

Art in Other Places Artist Questionnaire completed artist facilitators.
Box 33, Folder 1

Arts in Corrections program reports. 1981-1984

Scope and Contents note

Annual program reports produced by Arts in Corrections.
Box 33, Folder 2

Bottomfish, Cleveland and articles. 1987

Scope and Contents note

Drafts of Bottomfish, a literary publication, and William Cleveland's article, "A History of California Arts in Corrections," and list of art activities.
Box 33, Folder 3

William James Association. 1981

Scope and Contents note

Packet of materials regarding Arts in Corrections prepared for Senator Henry Mello and other members of the United States Congress.
Box 33, Folder 4

Verne Stanford. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Background information on Project CULTURE, and correspondence between Cleveland and Vern Stanford regarding Arts in Corrections.
Box 33, Folder 5

Arts in Corrections history. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Background information on Arts in Corrections.
Box 33, Folder 6

Arts in Corrections advisory. 1991

Scope and Contents note

Agenda and related documents for 1991 Arts in Corrections Advisory Council meeting.
Box 33, Folder 7

Administrative records. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Original folder is labeled: Eloise Smith correspondence. This folder includes letters from Smith as well as Department of Corrections report on inmate population and a glossary of prison terms.
Box 33, Folder 8

Artsreach (UCLA). undated

Scope and Contents note

Program history and background on Artsreach.
Box 33, Folder 9

Manuscript draft. undated

Scope and Contents note

Outline draft of Part 4: Arts from California Prisons.
Box 33, Folder 10

William James and Vern Stanford notes. undated

Scope and Contents note

Notes of interviews with Vern Stanford and Eloise Smith, and presenter questionnaire completed by the William James Association's Prison Arts Project.
Box 33, Folder 11

Vernon C. McKee. 1986 December

Scope and Contents note

"A Personal Perspective," by Vernon C. McKee, on the history and development of the Prison Arts Project and the Arts in Corrections program.
 

3. Artsreach. 1977-2010

Scope and Contents note

Artsreach was founded in 1979 as a community outreach program of the University of California, Los Angeles, Adult Continuing Education (UCLA Extension). After five years, Artsreach became an independent nonprofit organization operating on grants and contract funds to provide fine arts workshops and performances to special constituencies across Southern California. Artsreach co-sponsored "Art in Other Places," a nation-wide conference that took place at UCLA in the summer of 1986 bringing together artists and administrators involved in arts programs in non- traditional settings. This series contains the administrative records of Artsreach with the bulk of materials relating to their collaboration with Arts in Corrections as well as programs for incarcerated youth. Also includes research materials related to community-based nonprofit and arts organizations in Los Angeles and a library of audiovisual materials and published books.
 

3.1 Administrative records. 1979-2003

Scope and Contents note

Contains administrative records of Artsreach including records of nonprofit status, grant funds, and artist profiles, as well as records of collaboration with organizations such as the Exceptional Children's Foundation.
Box 110, Folder 1

Artsreach description and programs. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Description of Artsreach organization, community partnership programs, and workshop guidelines for all Artsreach.
Box 110, Folder 2

Non-profit status - 1982. 1982

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, notes, and budget related to Artsreach non-profit status.
Box 110, Folder 3

Non-profit status - 1983 - current. 1983

Scope and Contents note

Bylaws, correspondence, Internal Revenue Service records related to Artsreach non-profit status.
Box 110, Folder 4

Board of Directors by-laws. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Undated Amended Bylaws of Artsreach.
Box 110, Folders 5-6

Artsreach Programs 1980-1984. 1979-1984

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Collection of color slides of Senior Arts Festival, Museum Tours & Workshops for Seniors, Intergenerational Program, Misc. and Very Special Arts Festival (as noted by the creator).
Box 110, Folder 7

History of Artsreach. ca. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Includes an undated summary of agencies served by Artsreach as well as a collection of newspaper articles from the 1980s describing Artsreach programs.
Box 110, Folder 8

Notes. 1990s; undated

Scope and Contents note

Original title of binder: Prison Arts. Included are workshop planning notes and articles.
Box 111, Folder 1

Certificate of Appreciation. 1983 September 29

Scope and Contents note

Certificate of Appreciation awarded to Susan Hill, community development, for participation in the painting of the Great Wall of Los Angeles mural.
Box 111, Folder 2

Urban greening initiative. 1992

Scope and Contents note

Includes grant applications, newspaper articles, and correspondence related to an urban greening initiative proposed by Artsreach.
Box 111, Folder 3

Gramercy Housing Site. 1996-1998

Scope and Contents note

California Arts Council residency applications, artist résumés, and program information for Artsreach collaboration with the Gramercy Housing Group, which provides affordable housing and support services for young families.
Box 111, Folder 4

Teaching lessons. ca. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Collection of teaching lessons for art workshops and classes.
Box 111, Folder 7

Art in Other Places. 1986 August

Scope and Contents note

Brochures for the Art in Other Places national conference at UCLA, August 21-23, 1986.
Box 112, Folder 1

RAND impact study. 1998 March 10

Scope and Contents note

Phase II report of The Arts and Public Safety Impact Study by the RAND, prepared for the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, for which Artsreach participated as a research subject.
Box 112, Folder 2

Agreements. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Artsreach performance agreements, service agreements, and instructions for payment to artists.
Box 112, Folder 3

Artsreach projects. 1996-2001

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, notes, and materials related to proposed and actual Artsreach projects.
Box 112, Folders 4-5

Funding directory. 1995-1999

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Binder of materials pertaining to state-wide and national funding options for non-profit organizations. Includes applications and responses to funding requests produced by Artsreach.
Box 112, Folder 6

Grants. 1999-2000

Scope and Contents note

Includes information on grants for non-profit organizations, grant applications, and notes.
Box 112, Folder 7

Artsreach Staff binder. 1991-1992

Scope and Contents note

Binder containing work lists, staff directory, policies, project list, and amended bylaws of Artsreach.
Box 112, Folder 8

Artist résumés. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Headshots and résumés for Diane Farr, Darline Ann Harris, Brian Brophy, and Hector Aristizabal.
Box 113, Folder 1

Administrative notes. ca. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Binder of administrative materials including correspondence, handwritten notes, and research materials on arts and community-based organizations, contacts, and training materials collected by Susan Hill.
Box 113, Folder 2

Funding. 1999-2002

Scope and Contents note

Includes a directory and other funding information produced by the National Endowment for the Arts and the California Community Foundation.
Box 113, Folder 3

"At the Center" project. 1984-1986

Scope and Contents note

Banners, stories, and poems created by participants from Felicia Mahood Center and members of the San Fernando Valley Quilting Guild, guided by artists Susan Hill and Doris Baizley, writer.
Box 113, Folder 4

Texture of Fabric - Texture of Life. 1982-1983

Scope and Contents note

Texture of Fabric - Texture of Life is a cooperatively made quilted wall hanging that was created in an arts workshop at California Institution for Women as part of a program of arts in social institutions sponsored by L.A. Theatre Works, funded primarily by the California Arts Council and the California Department of Corrections, and directed by Susan Hill and Terry Blecher. Includes originals and edited descriptions of the quilt project.
Box 113, Folder 5

Prison Arts binder. 1990s-2000s

Scope and Contents note

Includes writing, articles, and brochures related to community arts programs and arts programs in prisons.
Box 113, Folder 6

Art in Other Places conference. 1986 August

Scope and Contents note

Press release and newspaper clippings about the "Art in Other Places" conference at UCLA, August 21-23 1986.
Box 122, Folder 7

ECF publicity. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Publications, pamphlets and flyers produced by the Exceptional Children's Foundation in collaboration with Artsreach.
Box 123, Folder 1

See Me. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Artist book created by students at the Art Center of the Exceptional Children's Foundation in collaboration with Artsreach.
Box 123, Folder 2

Friends: You Can't Be in the World All Alone. 1993

Scope and Contents note

Collaborative book by a group of developmentally disabled adult artists from the Exceptional Children's Foundation and professional artists contracted by Artsreach.
Box 139, Folder 1

VHS TAPE -- ARTSREACH workshop and performance at ECF Venice. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Video documentation by Wendy Clarke and Workshops instructed by Nancy Baptist & Johnny Ray McGhee.
Box 139, Folder 2

VHS tape -- "See Me As You See Yourself," A play presented by Artsreach for Exceptional Children's Foundation. 1992 September 1

Box 139, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Artsreach/ UCLA Extension and the Art Center of Exceptional Children's Foundation. FRIENDS: You Can't Be in the World All Alone. 1993

Scope and Contents note

A media art collaboration produced by Gary Glassman.
Box 139, Folder 4

VHS tape -- The Blue & Green Planet working tape. undated

Box 139, Folder 5

VHS tape -- "The Blue and Green Planet," Artsreach artist collaboration. 1990-1991

Box 139, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Artsreach/ UCLA Extension and the Art Center of Exceptional Children's Foundation. FRIENDS: You Can't Be in the World All Alone, copy 2.

Scope and Contents note

A media art collaboration produced by Gary Glassman.
Box 139, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Artsreach/ UCLA Extension and the Art Center of Exceptional Children's Foundation. FRIENDS: You Can't Be in the World All Alone, copy 3. 1993

Scope and Contents note

A media art collaboration produced by Gary Glassman.
Box 139, Folder 8

VHS tape -- "The Blue and Green Planet," Artsreach artist collaboration. 1990-1991

Box 139, Folder 9

VHS tape -- "The Blue and Green Planet," Artsreach artist collaboration, The Exceptional Children's Foundation 1990-1991 Program, "The Blue and Green Planet," Artsreach Artist Collaboration.

Box 139, Folder 10

VHS tape -- "The Blue and Green Planet," Artsreach artist collaboration, The Exceptional Children's Foundation Program, the Blue and Green Planet, artist collaboration. 1991 May

Box 140, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Artsreach is – Artsreach at the Exceptional Children's Foundation Art Center, video by Gary Glassman. 1991

Box 140, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Artsreach is – Artsreach at the Exceptional Children's Foundation Art Center, video by Gary Glassman, copy 2. 1991

Box 140, Folder 3

VHS tape -- ICE (Hielo). 1991

Box 140, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Director's Arts Advisory Committee topic: Creative Visions. undated

Box 140, Folder 5

Betacam tape -- ECF (The Play) Tape 1. 1992 May 06

Box 140, Folder 6

Betacam tape -- ECF (The Play) Tape 2. 1992 May 6

Box 140, Folder 7

Betacam tape -- ECF (The Play and interview) Tape 3. 1992 May 6

Box 140, Folder 8

Artsreach "Four Corners" Demo. undated

Box 140, Folder 9

"See Me as You See Yourself," a play presented by Artsreach for Exceptional Children's Foundation. undated

Scope and Contents note

Video produced by Pantheon Group
Box 160, Folder 2

Financial records. 1996-2003

Scope and Contents note

Includes payroll, deposits, and category detail report of Artsreach expenditures.
Box 161, Folder 5

"See Me" poster. ca. 1992

Scope and Contents note

Poster produced by students at the Exceptional Children's Foundation Day Activities Center in collaboration with artists Joe Grant and Deborah F. Lawrence.
 

3.2 Arts in Corrections. 1982-2009

Scope and Contents note

In 1982, Artsreach received an Arts in Corrections contract to provide arts programming at correctional facilities in Southern California. This sub-series contains the records of administration of Arts in Corrections by Artsreach, research and resources for prisoners, and photographic, slide, and audiovisual documentation of works of art and performances. A bulk of the photographs and videocassettes were donated to Artsreach by Violette Peters, an Arts in Corrections artist facilitator at the California Rehabilitation Center at Norco. Titles reflect the titles on the videocassette labels, but content has not been verified.
Box 114, Folder 1

History. Undated; 1992

Scope and Contents note

Arts in Corrections program history.
Box 114, Folder 2

Arts in Corrections exhibitions: Publicity lists. 1993-1994

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence, memos and articles associated with outreach for Arts in Corrections exhibits and events.
Box 114, Folder 3

Random Notes resources for women prisoners. 1991

Scope and Contents note

Directory of resources for women prisoners.
Box 114, Folder 4

Slides of artworks. 1990-1995

Scope and Contents note

Color slides of artworks created in Arts in Corrections programs. Slides indicate name of artist, institution, and artists' materials.
Box 114, Folder 5

The Monologue Book. 1993

Scope and Contents note

Collection of monologues that were developed and written by Art in Corrections participants at the Chuckawalla Valley State Prison.
Box 114, Folder 6

Artsreach Arts in Corrections documentation. 1983

Scope and Contents note

Includes portions of Lawrence G. Brewster's report, "An Evaluation of the Arts-in-Corrections Program of the California Department of Corrections," prepared for the William James Association.
Box 114, Folder 7

Program documentation. 1983-1992

Scope and Contents note

Color slides of artworks created in Arts in Corrections programs, including some names of artists and their institutions. Also includes slides of the 1988 Arts in Corrections conference.
Box 114, Folder 8

Arts in Corrections ephemera. 1984-1996

Scope and Contents note

Includes pamphlets, brochures, and publications of the following: Inside Works: Poems by Inmates from Arts in Corrections; bookmarks made by the California Institution for Women Arts in Corrections Mural Arts Crew; Light from Another Country: Art from California Prisons; Art from California Prisons exhibit; Art and the Prison Crisis, film; Realities: Yard Art/ Schooled Art; Prison Art Project: Inside Ten Years; Unity.
Box 114, Folder 9

Letter. 1994 January 27

Scope and Contents note

Envelope from Everett Jensen, Arts in Corrections at Mule Creek State Prison, to Susan Hill, Artsreach enclosing a frog made out of a dollar bill.
Box 115, Folder 1

Application Packet. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Application packet containing forms and information for artists interested in working as a fine arts workshop instructor for Arts in Corrections in Southern California. Includes guidelines, laws, evaluation forms, application forms.
Box 115, Folder 2

Inmate Packet. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Newspaper articles and brochures documenting exhibits and works of art and creative writing produced at the California Institution for Women, Arts in Corrections program.
Box 115, Folder 3

Roster. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Roster of artists and contact list for the California Department of Corrections Office of Community Resources.
Box 115, Folder 4

Arts in Corrections Publicity 92-93. 1992-1993

Scope and Contents note

Newspaper articles and brochures documenting Arts in Corrections programs.
Box 115, Folder 5

Inner Space. 1998

Scope and Contents note

An anthology from the creative writing program of Arts in Corrections at the California Mens Colony.
Box 115, Folder 6

Works of art. 1994

Scope and Contents note

Limited edition portfolio of intaglio prints and colligraphs created by Arts in Corrections participants at the California Institution for Women.
Box 115, Folder 7

Publications. 1986, 1994

Scope and Contents note

"In His Own Shoes," a collection of poems written by members of the Literary and Poetry Workshops at San Quentin State Prison, and "Unity," a collection of illustrations and writing by Arts in Corrections participants at the California Institution for Women.
Box 115, Folder 8

Sojourn - intaglio prints. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Limited edition book of intaglio prints by Arts in Corrections participants at the California Institution for Women.
Box 115, Folder 9

Printed ephemera. ca. 1980s and 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Flyers, postcards, and brochures about Arts in Corrections and Artsreach.
Box 116, Folder 1

Slides. 1980s-1990s

Scope and Contents note

Collection of slides depicting works of art and workshops at the California Rehabilitation Center. Also includes undated, unlabeled slides of works of art.
Box 116, Folder 2

California Rehabilitation Center. 1997 July

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence from Peter N. Simon, Jr. to the Department of Corrections enclosing photographs of artwork at Norco, California Rehabilitation Center.
Box 117, Folder 1

Photographs of Arts in Corrections. 1987-1991; undated

Scope and Contents note

This box contains color photographs and negatives of Arts in Corrections programs and conference. Also includes unidentified photographs. There is an index of file descriptions, 16 folders with titles, 7 folders that are untitled, and one set of unfoldered photographs. The folder titles include: Tracers Men's Unit; The AIC Clerk and the Queen; Horace Tapscott, Men's Unit; Alienz - Women's Unit; Urban Images; Longing for community; Shades of Jade; Thomas Jefferson aka Clay Jenkinson; Passover; Good Morning America; AIC Banquet; AIC Conference; AIC Outreach Exhibits; AIC Conference/ Asilomar; Ceramics; and Central Office Staff.
Box 124, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Art and the Prison Crisis. 1982

Box 124, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Various titles. 1990

Scope and Contents note

Titles include 1) Back to Life, Back to Reality; 2) NYC Urban Image CRC Men's Dance Company; 3) Henry Smith WKSA/ performance.
Box 124, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Art show/ holiday madness. 1992 December 23

Box 124, Folder 4

VHS tape -- CRC talent show. 1993 January

Box 124, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections music class. 1993

Box 124, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Men's Holiday concert, CRC. 1996

Box 124, Folder 7

VHS tape -- The Detente Music Festival, CRC. 2000 February 8-12

Box 124, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Women's Ensemble "Photo Album." 2001 March 26

Box 124, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Adult education. 2000 May 24

Box 124, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Colors of the Soul, California Rehabilitation Center Arts in Corrections, directed by Darlene Harris and Violette Peters. 2001 April 16

Box 124, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Colors of the Soul, camera 1. 2001 April 16

Box 124, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Colors of the Soul, copy 1. 2001 April 16

Box 124, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Colors of the Soul, copy 2. 2001 April 16

Box 124, Folder 14

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections Men's Theatre, "Colors of the Soul." 2001 April 16

Box 124, Folder 15

Photographs. undated

Scope and Contents note

One black and white photograph found inside the case for VHS tape recording, "Adult Education" (Box 124:9). Two sleeves of photographic negatives donated with "The Détente Music Festival" VHS tape recording. (Box 124:7)
Box 125, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Women's Ensemble "Photo Album." 2001 March 26

Box 125, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Twelve Angry Women, performed by the CRC Women's Acting Ensemble. 2001 August 6

Scope and Contents note

California Rehabilitation Center, Norco, CA presents the play Twelve Angry Women sponsored by California Arts Council, Artists in Residency Program and Arts in Corrections. Directed by Darline Harris and Violette Peters.
Box 125, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Twelve Angry Women, copy 1. 2001 August 6

Box 125, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Twelve Angry Women, copy 2. 2001 August 6

Box 125, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Dramatic Steps of August, copy 1. 2002 August 12

Box 125, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Dramatic Steps of August, copy 2. 2002 August 12

Box 125, Folder 7

VHS tape -- 12 Angry Men. undated

Box 125, Folder 8

VHS tape -- 12 Angry Men; Captured Prawns. 2001 August 20, 2002 March 25

Box 125, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Captured Prawns "Pieces." 2002 March 25

Box 125, Folder 10

VHS tape -- CRC, copy 1. 2002

Box 125, Folder 11

VHS tape -- CRC, copy 2. 2002

Box 125, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Walden House Camera A. 2005 September 30

Box 125, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Mrs Knox Outa Boundz. 2006 September

Box 125, Folder 14

VHS tape -- Women's Open Mic; Men's. 2007 January 25

Box 126, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Open Mike Tape 1. 2006 December 28

Box 126, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Open Mic. 2007 September 29

Box 126, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Men's Open Mic Night. 2007 February 22

Box 126, Folder 4

VHS tape -- TLH Prison Show. 2007 July 21

Box 126, Folder 5

VHS tape -- TLH Prison Show, Drew's handheld camera. 2007 July 21

Box 126, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Rakugo, Bill Crowley, AIC. 2007 August 11

Box 126, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Yard Show. 2007 December 1

Box 126, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Music theory. 2008 January 30

Box 126, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Open mic. 2008 February 23

Box 126, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Open Mic. 2009 February

Box 126, Folder 11

VHS tape -- CRC Men's Theater & Video Classes presents The 12 Days of Christmas, a public service announcement for "Stay in School, copy 1. undated

Scope and Contents note

California Rehabilitation Center Men's theater & Video Classes, Arts in Corrections.
Box 126, Folder 12

VHS tape -- CRC Men's Theater & Video Classes presents The 12 Days of Christmas, a public service announcement for "Stay in School, copy 2. undated

Scope and Contents note

California Rehabilitation Center Men's theater & Video Classes, Arts in Corrections.
Box 126, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Lake Norconian Club, Norco Historical Society. undated

Scope and Contents note

California Rehabilitation Center, Arts in Corrections.
Box 126, Folder 14

VHS tape -- California Rehabilitation Center, "Lake of Dreams," "Bright Fires," - KCET Ch 28; "Women in Cont. Art." undated

Box 127, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Geese Theatre at CRC, Prison. 1986 April 7

Box 127, Folder 2

VHS tape -- From the Family, a production of Arts in Corrections & California Arts Council Artist in Residency Program, California Rehabilitation Center, copy 1. undated

Box 127, Folder 3

VHS tape -- From the Family, a production of Arts in Corrections & California Arts Council Artist in Residency Program, California Rehabilitation Center, copy 2. undated

Box 127, Folder 4

VHS tape -- From the Family, a production of Arts in Corrections & California Arts Council Artist in Residency Program, California Rehabilitation Center, copy 3. undated

Box 127, Folder 5

VHS tape -- From the Family, a production of Arts in Corrections & California Arts Council Artist in Residency Program, California Rehabilitation Center, copy 4.

Box 127, Folder 6

VHS tape -- All Prison Network, California Rehabilitation Center, Arts in Corrections. 1998 December 3

Box 127, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections dance video. undated

Box 127, Folder 8

VHS tape -- music video. undated

Box 127, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Norconian history. undated

Box 127, Folder 10

VHS tape -- "La Vida Loca," AIC, CRC. undated

Scope and Contents note

Written by Joey Rubio; produced, directed, edited by Ernest D. Dillihay, artist facilitator, AIC/CRC.
Box 127, Folder 11

VHS tape -- N/A concert. undated

Box 127, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Coupla chicks sitting around talking, comedy soup, copy 1. undated

Box 127, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Coupla chicks sitting around talking, comedy soup, copy 2. undated

Box 127, Folder 14

VHS tape -- Coupla. undated

Box 127, Folder 15

Photographs. 1993, undated

Scope and Contents note

Color photographs of awards ceremony and works of art from 1993 William James Association Competition.
Box 128, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Vox Once Fed and Focus. undated

Box 128, Folder 2

VHS tape -- 1. Finishing Pants and Coats, 2. Hazard Communications. undated

Box 128, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Chihuly in the Light of Jerusalem 2000. 1999

Box 128, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Theory and harmony. undated

Box 128, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Ticket to Hell. undated

Box 128, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Dovey 8/16, Tape I. undated

Box 128, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Dovey 8/16, Tape II. undated

Box 128, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Basic Blues (Bernie Pearl). undated

Box 128, Folder 9

VHS tape -- unlabeled. undated

Box 128, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Soulvision: Poetry on the Move. undated

Box 128, Folder 11

VHS tape -- unlabeled. undated

Box 129, Folder 1

VHS tape -- (AIC) State of the Arts. undated

Box 129, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections. undated

Box 129, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Arts reach Theatre Class CIM. 1989 June 7

Box 129, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Kites. undated

Box 129, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Walking Smooth, selections from the Prison Video Workshop (1985-1989), directed by Gary Glassman. 1989

Box 129, Folder 6

VHS tape -- NBC Todays Show interview, Arts in Corrections. 1995 July 7

Box 129, Folder 7

VHS tape -- KITES. undated

Box 129, Folder 8

VHS tape -- "Think Again Jackson," Artsreach Theater Ensemble performance, Soledad Video Class. 1988 April 8

Box 129, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Good Morning America ABC-TV, California Rehabilitation center Arts in Corrections program; "Scandal in Slicksville"--Artsreach Theatre Ensemble.

Box 129, Folder 10

Videocassette tape -- Art & the Prison Crisis, master. undated

Box 129, Folder 11

Videocassette tape -- Art & the Prison Crisis. undated

Box 131, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Juett Bostick's "Nut Button" CRC Music education class. 1989 August 22

Box 131, Folder 2

VHS tape -- CSLL/ Bernie Pearl. 1990

Box 131, Folder 3

VHS tape -- GMA: Arts in Corrections. 1990 April 11

Box 131, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Gel performance in hotel. 1993

Box 131, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Soldiers of Peace: A Children's Crusade. 1999 August 26

Box 131, Folder 6

VHS tape -- The Watts Prophets. 2000

Box 131, Folder 7

VHS tape -- 12 Angry Men. 2001 August 20

Box 131, Folder 8

VHS tape -- 12 Angry Men, Cam I Aft. Show. 2001 August 20

Box 131, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Colors of the Soul, Camera 1. 2001 April 16

Box 131, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Colors of the Soul, Camera 2. 2001 April 16

Box 131, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Colors of the Soul, Camera 2, copy 2. 2001 April 16

Box 131, Folder 12

VHS tape -- CRC Band Concert; Vet's Day. ca. 2002

Scope and Contents note

Band Concert 2002 July 27; Vet's Day 2002 May 30
Box 131, Folder 13

VHS tape -- 4th of July 2002 Celebration. undated

Box 131, Folder 14

VHS tape -- CRC 2002. 2002

Box 132, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Ricky Martin "She Bangs." 2000 October 3

Box 132, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Destiny's Child "Bootylicious." undated

Box 132, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Donald Little - Over and Over; redemption: You're my only hero; Herb Massy: "Take me Home," Sierra Conservation Center. undated

Box 132, Folder 4

VHS tape -- ABCW Youth on the move. undated

Box 132, Folder 5

VHS tape -- La Vida Loca by Joey Rubio produced, directed & edited by E. D. Dillihay. undated

Box 132, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Watts Prophets live in concert. undated

Box 132, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Making Peach Youth Struggling for Survival. undated

Box 132, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Man's theater, "Colors of the Soul." 2001 April 16

Box 132, Folder 9

VHS tape -- ABCW - Youth on the Move. undated

Box 132, Folder 10

VHS tape -- 2nd Show. undated

Box 132, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Camera B. undated

Box 132, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Black History Celebration. undated

Box 132, Folder 13

VHS tape -- CRC Band night concert. undated

Box 132, Folder 14

VHS tape -- Open Mic. 2008 April 19

Box 133, Folder 1

VHS tape -- AIC coverage, Men's Unit Norten Buffalo Concert. 1991 May 6

Box 133, Folder 2

VHS tape -- X-mas Toy. 1994

Box 133, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Cultural festival, Rev. Johnny Harris. 1995

Box 133, Folder 4

VHS tape -- CRC Anthony Fesmire. 1998 May 1

Box 133, Folder 5

VHS tape -- APN. 1999 October 17

Box 133, Folder 6

VHS tape -- 12 Angry Men Camera II, evening. 2001 August 20

Box 133, Folder 7

VHS tape -- 12 Angry Men, after show, camera II. 2001 August 20

Box 133, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Twelve Angry Women, California Rehabilitation Center, Norco. 2001 August 6

Box 133, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Women's Ensemble, "Photo Album". 2001 March 26

Box 133, Folder 10

VHS tape -- 4th July Celebration, raw footage. 2002

Box 133, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Blk Hls.. 2003

Box 134, Folder 1

VHS tape -- AIC Open Mic. 2006 November 31

Box 134, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Men's Open Mic Night. 2007 February 22

Box 134, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Open Mic. 2007 December 15

Box 134, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Open Mic. 2007 October 27

Box 134, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Women's Open Mic Night. 2007 March 2

Box 134, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Walden House. 2006 July 31

Box 134, Folder 7

VHS tape -- United item open mic. 2007 September 29

Box 134, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Open mic. 2007 August 18

Box 134, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Open Mic. 2008 November

Box 134, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Open Mic. 2008 October 25

Box 134, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Lesson 2 music theory. 2008 January 23

Box 134, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Open Mic Master. 2008 December

Box 134, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Open Mic. 2008 June 28

Box 134, Folder 14

VHS tape -- Open Mic. 2009 Jan 24

Box 135, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Open Mic. undated

Box 135, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Extravaganza at CRC. undated

Box 135, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Cartoon bullshit. undated

Box 135, Folder 4

VHS tape -- More rock than you can shake a stick at. undated

Box 135, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Byron Band. undated

Box 135, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Vision Play. undated

Box 135, Folder 7

VHS tape -- The slippery slide. undated

Box 135, Folder 8

VHS tape -- GED practice tape. undated

Box 135, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Tape 1 gallery. undated

Box 135, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Women's play rehearsal. undated

Box 135, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Lake Norconian Club, Norco Historical Society, CRC. undated

Box 135, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Women's play. undated

Box 135, Folder 13

VHS tape -- A Tale of Old Faithful. undated

Box 135, Folder 14

VHS tape -- Music video. undated

Box 136, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Arts in Corrections home move. undated

Box 136, Folder 2

VHS tape -- 4th Annual Christmas Toy Display (Original). undated

Box 136, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Joe Pass/ solo jazz guitar. undated

Box 136, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Band. undated

Box 136, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Women's bash. undated

Box 136, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Fonseca Background. undated

Box 136, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Unlabeled. undated

Box 136, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Espejo. undated

Box 136, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Camera "A", copy 1. undated

Box 136, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Camera "A", copy 2. undated

Box 136, Folder 11

VHS tape -- VET. undated

Box 136, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Traffic TV. undated

Box 136, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Tape 2 Gallery. undated

Box 137, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Cultural festival. undated

Box 137, Folder 2

VHS tape -- CRC Open Mic Night. undated

Scope and Contents note

Men's and women's special edition edited copy.
Box 137, Folder 3

VHS tape -- AIC APN Play. undated

Box 137, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Paint. undated

Box 137, Folder 5

VHS tape -- 3 side. undated

Box 137, Folder 6

VHS tape -- The 12 Days of Christmas: A Public Service Announcement for "Stay in School." undated

Scope and Contents note

California Rehabilitation Center, Men's theater & video classes presented by Arts in Corrections.
Box 137, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Women's play. undated

Box 137, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Rock hard at C.R.C.! undated

Box 137, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Ballz, part one. undated

Box 137, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Small Talk at CRC. undated

Box 137, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Rock Solid at C.R.C. undated

Box 137, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Commedia del Arte. undated

Box 138, Folder 1

VHS tape -- "Jesus Gets Frisky." undated

Box 138, Folder 2

VHS tape -- "All Boy." undated

Box 138, Folder 3

VHS tape -- "Meatholes 7." undated

Box 138, Folder 4

VHS tape -- "Jiggle Ballz." undated

Box 138, Folder 5

VHS tape -- "Submerge yourself deeply!" undated

Box 138, Folder 6

VHS tape -- "Anal Blasters #2." undated

Box 138, Folder 7

VHS tape -- "The Shitty Years." undated

Box 138, Folder 8

VHS tape -- "T-Bag at CRC." undated

Box 138, Folder 9

VHS tape -- "N.A.M.B.L.A." undated

Box 138, Folder 10

VHS tape -- More Juice than u can pump iron too." undated

Box 138, Folder 11

VHS tape -- "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid." undated

Box 138, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Villains, Douglas Avery.

 

3.3 Programs for youth. 1980s-2002

Scope and Contents note

Artsreach facilitated interdisciplinary arts workshops for youth in the California Youth Authority, Los Angeles Unified Continuation High School, and 4-H Youth Development Programs. Of note, Artsreach began a collaboration with the California Arts Council and the California Youth Authority in 1985, establishing an improvisational theater program for wards of the Youth Authority's Fred C. Nellis School in Whittier, California. This sub-series contains materials related to the administration and funding of these various youth programs, conference and research materials on juvenile programs, and publications and works of art created by youth program participants.
Box 118, Folder 1

California Arts Council Multi-Residency Program. 1999-2001

Scope and Contents note

Binder of materials related to Artsreach activity for interdisciplinary arts workshops with high risk youth provided by the California Arts Council Artist in Residence Program. Includes grant-related records, evaluation and descriptions of programs at the following institutions for youth: Los Angeles Unified Continuation High School/Technology Center, California Youth Authority, Fred C. Nelles Correctional Institution; Housing and Urban Development/ 4-H.
Box 118, Folders 2-3

National Endowment for the Arts grant. 1999-2000

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Grant applications, reports, financial records, evaluations, and other related documents associated with the National Endowment for the Arts grant provided to Artsreach, California Arts Council, and the California Youth Authority consortium to increase multi-disciplinary artist in residence programming within California Youth Authority facilities in California.
Box 118, Folders 4-5

National Endowment for the Arts grant. 2000-2001

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Grant applications, reports, financial records, evaluations, and other related documents associated with the National Endowment for the Arts grant provided to Artsreach, California Arts Council, and the California Youth Authority consortium to increase multi-disciplinary artist in residence programming within California Youth Authority facilities in California.
Box 119, Folders 1-2

California Arts Council grant. 2000-2001

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Collection of records related to the California Arts Council multi-residency grant for partners Artsreach and the California Youth Authority, Ventura; 4-H; and California Youth Authority, Nelles.
Box 119, Folder 3

4-H California Arts Council grant. 2000-2001

Scope and Contents note

Includes grant-related materials associated with the California Arts Council amendment to an agreement providing additional funding for the UC Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development Programs.
Box 119, Folder 4

Watts Prophets Community Education Association. 2000-2002

Scope and Contents note

Materials related to the agreement between Artsreach and the Watts Prophets Community Education Association for the provision of matching funds to support the Watts Prophet's development of its Hip Hop Choir.
Box 119, Folders 5-6

When the Bough Breaks. 1997

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Collection of writing produced by the Charter Oaks Project, an arts program designed for incarcerated teenage mothers at the California Youth Authority, Ventura School.
Box 120, Folder 1

Nelles - Ensemble Theatre Games. ca. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Guidelines and notes for workshops conducted at California Youth Authority, Nelles.
Box 120, Folder 2

Ventura. 2001

Scope and Contents note

Binder of materials related to Artsreach program at the California Youth Authority, Ventura School.
Box 120, Folder 3

"Stories From Peach Road." 1998

Scope and Contents note

2 cassette tapes of "Stories From Peach Road," Tyler Cottage, produced by Artsreach and the California Youth Authority, funded in part by the California Arts Council.
Box 120, Folder 4

California Youth Authority. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Folder contains administrative records of Artsreach that pertains to the California Youth Authority, including pamphlets, notes, and description of programs and exhibits.
Box 120, Folder 5

Make the Road By Walking. 2002

Scope and Contents note

Materials related to the "Make the Road (Path) By Walking" workshop conducted by Susan Hill at Fred C. Nelles Correctional Institution.
Box 120, Folder 6

Photographs. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Unlabeled photographic prints and negatives of young women. [These may be photographs of participants from the "When the Bough Breaks" Charter Oaks Project, an arts program designed for incarcerated teenage mothers at the California Youth Authority, Ventura School.]
Box 120, Folder 7

Charter Oaks Project. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Documentation of goals, transcripts of videos, and statements produced by participants of the Charter oaks Project at the California Youth Authority, Ventura School.
Box 120, Folder 8

Without Alarm exhibition. 1996

Scope and Contents note

In April and May of 1996, the Arroyo Arts Collective presented a community art exhibit on the second floor of the former Lincoln Heights jail in Los Angeles. The exhibit was called "Without Arms: Public and Private Security," which was a community collaborations with artists from Los Angeles communities including the California Youth Authority Ventura School/ Charter Oaks Project. This folder includes newspaper articles, reviews, and thank you letters to wards.
Box 121, Folders 1-2

Nelles Network Theatre at CRC. 1984-1987

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Photographic prints and color slides depicting Network Theatre workshops. Original label indicates the photographs as "Nelles Network Theatre at CRC [California Rehabilitation Center] 1984 July." Some of the slides are dated 1987.
Box 121, Folder 3

This is Not a Small Voice. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Unbound book of writing created by young men from Fred C. Nelles School who were participants in a collaborative project between Artsreach and the California Youth Authority. Also includes a form letter written by Susan Hill to recipient of a copy of this publication.
Box 121, Folder 4

Testimony to CYA Committee. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Typed and handwritten notes titled "Testimony to CYA Committee."
Box 121, Folder 5

Exhibitions and performances. Undated; 1992

Scope and Contents note

Includes the following scripts, brochures, and literary compilation: "Voices We Hear Voices We Don't," written and performed by members of Hayes Cottage and Artsreach; "The Journey Home," written and performed by Jackson Cottage and Artsreach; "Ceremony of Thunder," performed by the East Los Angeles Skill Center, the California Youth Authority, and Artsreach; "Thoughts and Words: The Writings of Madison Cottage," by writers at the Fred C. Nelles School; "Racism on Trial," written and performed by Madison Cottage.
Box 121, Folder 6

Photographic prints and negatives. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Unlabeled black and white photographic prints and negatives of theater performances. [These may be documentation of performances at the Nelles School.]
Box 121, Folder 7

Art Matters conference. 2003

Scope and Contents note

Materials distributed to participants of the Art Matters in Juvenile Justice, Education, and Our Community Conference, which was sponsored by the City of Los Angeles.
Box 122, Folder 1

Proposal for arts programming for juvenile offenders. 1999

Scope and Contents note

RAND corporation proposal for Arts Programming for Juvenile Offenders: A Field Experiment, prepared for the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation and a copy of the final report of the California Youth Authority Director's Panel on Violent Offenders.
Box 122, Folder 2

Training Course - Judith Tannenbaum. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Binder including CYA workshop guidelines, class plans, and course content for training Artsreach artists.
Box 122, Folders 3-4

4-H. 1999-2002

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Contracts, agreements, financial records and correspondence regarding Artsreach artist in residence program with the 4-H Youth Development Program.
Box 122, Folder 5

Other projects. 1993-2001; undated

Scope and Contents note

Background research and outline of potential and actual collaboration with the Ventura School, 4-H Summer Program, Global Children's Organization.
Box 122, Folder 6

Peace Road. ca. 1990s

Scope and Contents note

Workshop outline and handouts for the Peace Road program at Monroe Cottage, Fred C. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility.
Box 123, Folder 3

Poetry and photographs. 1999

Scope and Contents note

Box containing individual pamphlets of poetry and photographs. "California Youth Authority Fred C. Nelles 1999" indicated on sticker on the top and inside of the box.
Box 130, Folder 1

2 Mini discs -- Monroe Cottage; Tyler Cottage. 1998 August

Scope and Contents note

Two mini disc titled "Monroe Cottage Nellis Master" and "Tyler Cottage Nellis Master"
Box 130, Folder 2

Cassette tape -- Stories From Peace Road. 1998

Scope and Contents note

Monroe Cottage, produced by Artsreach and the California Youth Authority funded in part by the California Arts Council.
Box 130, Folder 3

Cassette tape -- Stories From Peace Road, copy 2. 1998

Scope and Contents note

Monroe Cottage, produced by Artsreach and the California Youth Authority funded in part by the California Arts Council.
Box 130, Folder 4

Cassette tape -- Stories From Peace Road, copy 3. 1998

Scope and Contents note

Monroe Cottage, produced by Artsreach and the California Youth Authority funded in part by the California Arts Council.
Box 130, Folder 5

VHS tape --Creative Visions Art in the CYA. undated

Box 130, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Nelles Theater Project sponsored by CAC, CYA, Artsreach - UCLA Ext. video by Gary Glassman. 1986 May

Box 130, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Nelles Theater Project sponsored by CAC, CYA, Artsreach - UCLA Ext. video by Gary Glassman, copy 2. 1986 May

Box 130, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Nelles Theater Project sponsored by CAC, CYA, Artsreach - UCLA Ext. video by Gary Glassman, copy 3. 1986 May

Box 130, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Nellis Performance. 1986 May 5

Box 130, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Nellis Performance, copy 2. 1986 May 5

Box 130, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Nellis Performance Hayes & Jackson. 1990 May 17

Box 130, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Artsreach Nelles Theatre Group "Four Corners," Fred C. Nelles School. 1994 June

Box 130, Folder 13

VHS tape -- Peace Road. undated

Box 130, Folder 14

VHS tape -- Goddess 2000, California Youth Authority, Ventura Correctional Facility. undated

 

3.4 Research and resources. 1977-2010

Scope and Contents note

Contains textual and audiovisual resources for the arts; newspaper clippings, newsletters, and articles on the arts and social issues; nonprofit organizational resources; printed ephemera such as flyers, pamphlets and brochures; directories of nonprofit and arts organizations; selection of published books from the Artsreach library; works of art.
Box 111, Folders 5-6

Arts resources. 1995-2003

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Directories of resources for Los Angeles County focused arts organizations.
Box 141, Folder 1

Betacam tape -- Artsreach program Ceremony of Thunder, edited master. 1997 February 2

Box 141, Folders 2-4

Betacam tape -- East L.A. Skills Center, Cross Roads High School performance. 1996 December 17

Etxent: 3 folders
Box 141, Folder 5

Betacam tape -- East L.A. Skills Center, Cross Roads High School performance, copy 2. 1996 December 17

Box 141, Folder 6

Cassette tapes. undated

Scope and Contents note

6 cassette tapes in a box.
Box 141, Folder 7

Cassette tapes -- Arts in Other Places. undated

Scope and Contents note

12 cassette tapes in a box.
Box 142, Folder 1

Cassette tape -- Anna Deavere Smith. undated

Box 142, Folder 2

Cassette tape -- The Dark Madonna. undated

Scope and Contents note

Sponsored by the Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, and the Center for the Study of Women, UCLA
Box 142, Folder 3

Cassette tapes -- John Spelman. undated

Scope and Contents note

two copies.
Box 142, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Ensemble with Linda Garnets, Tape I. 1987 October 15

Box 142, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Linda Garnets & Theatre Ensemble, Part II. 1987 October 15

Box 142, Folder 6

VHS tape -- UCLA Artsreach. 1990 May

Box 142, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Session with Linda Garnets & Theatre Ensemble. 1987 October 8

Box 142, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Ensemble with Linda Garnets Tape II. 1987 October 15

Box 142, Folder 9

VHS tape -- CBS + 48 hours = prisons. 1995 June 22

Box 142, Folder 10

VHS tape -- Camel pack paper folding -or- chains instructional video, directed by Jerome Butler. 1992 June

Box 142, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Artsreach collaboration "The Blue Green Planet." 1991 November

Box 142, Folder 12

VHS tape -- Par Venice Performance "The Wild Thing." 1990 May

Box 143, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Training with Rebecca Rice. undated

Scope and Contents note

Friday afternoon, January 30, no year.
Box 143, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Training with Rebecca Rice. undated

Scope and Contents note

Thursday afternoon, no date or year.
Box 143, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Training with Rebecca Rice, last half of Saturday. 1987 May 11-16

Box 143, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Training with Rebecca Rice. undated

Scope and Contents note

Wednesday May 13, no year
Box 143, Folder 5

VHS tape -- Training with Rebecca Rice. undated

Scope and Contents note

Thursday morning, January 29
Box 143, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Copy A: Rebecca Rice Training. 1987 May

Box 143, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Copy B Rebecca Rice Training. 1987 May

Box 143, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Training with Rebecca Rice. 1987 May 11-16

Scope and Contents note

Saturday morning silliness, mission statement
Box 143, Folder 9

VHS tape -- Rebecca Rice at the Skylight Theater. undated

Box 143, Folder 10

Training with Rebecca Rice. undated

Scope and Contents note

Saturday morning, January 31, no date
Box 143, Folder 11

Training with Rebecca Rice. undated

Scope and Contents note

Friday session January 30, no year, 2nd half of Wednesday opening day discussion, January 28
Box 143, Folder 12

Training with Rebecca Rice. undated

Scope and Contents note

Thursday afternoon, January 29, no year
Box 144, Folder 1

VHS tape -- Training with John Bergman and The Geese Theater, Saturday afternoon. undated

Box 144, Folder 2

VHS tape -- Training with John Bergman and The Geese Theater. undated

Scope and Contents note

Monday April 6, no year; and Sunday afternoon.
Box 144, Folder 3

VHS tape -- Training with John Bergman and The Geese Theater. undated

Scope and Contents note

Saturday evening.
Box 144, Folder 4

VHS tape -- Bergman training. undated

Box 144, Folder 5

VHS tape -- California stories, "Voices from the Pen." undated

Box 144, Folder 6

VHS tape -- Artsreach/ Peace Road, The Agave Plant. undated

Box 144, Folder 7

VHS tape -- Artsreach/ Peace Road, "The Agave Plant," copy 1. undated

Box 144, Folder 8

VHS tape -- Artsreach/ Peace Road, "The Agave Plant," copy 2. 1998

Box 144, Folder 9

Betacam tape -- Artsreach/ Peace Road, The Agave Plant. undated

Box 144, Folder 10

VHS tape -- "Closed Monday." undated

Box 144, Folder 11

VHS tape -- Ferrero Films, "HOPI: Songs of the Fourth World." undated

Box 144, Folder 12

VHS tape -- "What we can do about violence?," a Bill Moyers Special. 1995

Box 144, Folder 13

VHS tape -- "Gangs: Turning the Corner," hosted by James Earl Jones. 1994

Box 145, Folder 1

Susan's Book. Undated

Scope and Contents note

Binder of materials collected by Susan Hill. Includes articles under the following categories: Philanthropy, Issues of Law & Crime, Prison Issues, and Families in Crisis.
Box 145, Folder 2-3

Articles (1 of 2) Undated

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Collection of articles and a list of membership & volunteer organizations. Includes articles under the following categories: Race Relations, LA Times: Rodney King Case, Race Relations - Solutions
Box 145, Folder 4

Geese Theatre Company. ca.1980s

Scope and Contents note

Geese Theater Company, founded by John Bergman, is a group of actors who present drama performances and conduct workshops with the criminal justice system. This folder includes descriptions of projects from the 1980s, a list of Stonewall Arts Project, Inc. participants, and newspaper clippings. Record of the following participants' confidential identifying information was removed from the collection and destroyed: Clark Michael Baim, Michael David Bael, John David Bergman, Dan Brown, Jacqueline Jill Reinier, Scott Richard Stevens, Thomas Wainwright Swift, Sarah Elizabeth Jean Breakey, Ian MacKinnen.
Box 145, Folder 5

Animating Democracy. 1999, 2000

Scope and Contents note

Includes a condensed report on "Animating Democracy," the artistic imagination as a force in civic dialogue; a database of organizations doing arts-based civic dialogue work; and pamphlet and writings about Judy Baca (Judith Francisca Baca) and public art.
Box 146, Folders 1-2

Susan's Book. Undated

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

Binder of materials collected by Susan Hill. Includes articles under the following categories: State of the Nation, Models for Social Action, Race Relations: Solutions, LA Times: Rodney King, Race Relations, Environment, Urban Arts Programs, Urban Gardens, Organizations: Volunteer & Membership, Misc. Resource Info.
Box 146, Folders 3-4

Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation. 1990

Etxent: 2 folders

Scope and Contents note

The Wight Art Gallery at UCLA exhibited "Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, 1965-1985, An interpretive exhibition of the Chicano Art Movement 1965-1985" in 1990. These folders include education packets and a catalog that was produced to accompany the exhibit.
Box 147, Folders 1-2

Crossroads Mysteries Program. Undated

Etxent: 2 folders