Crossroads Prison Art Project

Everyone has a story worth telling. The Crossroads Prison Art Project shares the stories of men and women in prison by sharing their art. Every week, the Crossroads office receives submissions from Crossroads students with amazing artistic gifts. These art pieces often capture the thoughts, emotions and life experiences of each artist. 

The Prison Art Project’s collection of more than one hundred framed pieces of art has been displayed in churches, libraries and businesses across the country. Visitors of the gallery are often moved as the beauty of the art reminds them of the humanity of those in prison. The Prison Art Project also produces a quarterly arts journal, Threads, which features visual art and poetry from Crossroads students.

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