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Reception & Panel Discussion for COMING HOME: Re-Entry After Incarceration

Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 5:30pm until 7:30pm

This is a collaborative photo-essay documentary exhibit, featuring the photographs of Errol Daniels and writings of Katherine Russell. This unique exhibition seeks to humanize the criminal justice statistics and to portray the challenges of post-incarceration life through the written word and photographs, ultimately recalibrating what the public sees in those who are returning from prison.  Errol Daniels will be in attendance, as will Tanisha Murden, one of the subjects of the exhibit. During the free reception, Kirk Irwin, Executive Director of the Friday Arts Project (and Arts Council of York County board member), will conduct a panel discussion with Errol Daniels and JoAnn Blackwell, Alston-Wilkes Society Community Service Coordinator, Rock Hill.  Throughout the exhibit, the Arts Council of York County  will be collecting items to donate to the Alston Wilkes Society. Please consider dropping off an item from their wish list: toothpaste, toothbrushes, shaving cream, razors, deodorant, men’s underwear (all sizes) and socks. The exhibit runs June 15, 2018-July 15, 2018. 

Location Details:

121 E. Main St.
Rock Hill, SC 29730
(803) 328-2787

Located in the Downtown Rock Hill Cultural District, this facility is housed in two restored 100-year old buildings. It also houses the offices of the Arts Council of York County, the Dalton Gallery, and the Perimeter and Edmund Lewandowski Classroom Galleries, and private artist studios. The Dalton Gallery features 7-8 exhibitions each year from local, regional, national and international artists, which are free & open to the public. Also offers space for workshops, receptions, special occasions, meetings and small performances.