ART FOR JUSTICE
PRISONER ART FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE
P.O. Box 526 | Harleysville, PA 19438
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Charles Z. Lawson - "Life Interupted"
Charles Z. Lawson - "Life in PA - Are You Comfortable Yet?"
Charles Z. Lawson - "Life in Suspension"
Charles Z. Lawson's three self-portraits will be displayed during the Art for Justice exhibit,
Hope in Hard Times: Prison Art for Social Justice, at the Banana Factory Arts Center
25 W. 3rd Street, Bethlehem, PA.
March 1 – April 7, 2019.
The exhibit is sponsored by the Moravian Church in North America, Eastern District. The Moravian Church poses an inquiry for the exhibit, “Where is hope….in our shared humanity, in art, in our engagement for justice and love in this hurting world?”
Is to support and exhibit prisoner art to:
• Promote public dialog on ways to prevent crime
• Reduce levels of incarceration
• Find effective, humane ways to improve the criminal justice system
Art for Justice - Shows the humanity behind bars. Brings awareness to systemic flaws in the criminal justice system. Seeks solutions to eliminate injustice.
* Artworks are either privately owned or have been donated to Art for Justice.
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