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Prison Arts and Crafts Show

*** Prison made jewelry, clothing, leathercrafts and more at our special prison craft shows *** Join us at First Trinity Lutheran Church for our holiday Prison Arts and Crafts Show on Saturday, December 16, from 10 AM to 5 PM. You'll find the perfect holiday gift at prices you can afford, from jewelry, craft items, and art -- all created by prison inmates across America. Also enjoy live music by MudPie jazz trio and other musicians. Don't miss this free events sponsored by the Prison Art Gallery. Mastercard, Visa, Amex and Discover welcome. First Trinity Lutheran Church, 309 E Street NW, Washington DC (half block from the Judiciary Square metro). Call 202-393-1511 Our new Prison Art Gallery is packed with original art and prints for your holiday shopping needs. For the holidays, we're open every day. Monday to Friday, 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM, Saturday and Sunday 12:30 to 5:30 PM. Prison Art Gallery, 1600 K Street NW, Suite 501, Washington DC (one block from two metro stations, McPherson on Orange line and Farragut North on Red line) Volunteer opportunities - Want a preview of the arts and crafts to be featured in at the First Trinity Lutheran Church and Prison Art Gallery? Come to our volunteer sessions this week on Wednesday and Thursday, 1 to 8 PM. We'll be preparing new arts and crafts for the sales. Have fun helping out, labeling artists, affixing biographical information and more. Even if you can only drop by for a little while, we guarantee a fun and interesting time. This is happening at First Trinity Lutheran Church, 309 E Street NW, Washington, DC (half block from Judiciary Square Metro). Please call 202-393 -1511 for further information. Saturday and Sunday, 12:30 to 5:30 PM, the Prison Art Gallery, 1600 K Street NW, Suite 501, will have a special sale with many items at reduced prices, including our popular prison art t- shirts, CDs, holiday cards, and framed art prints. Whether you're looking for oil landscapes, pen and ink drawings of prison life, or acrlyic portraits, you'll find them at the Prison Art Gallery. The mission of the Prisons Foundation is to promote the arts and education in prison and alternatives to incarceration. Our Prison Art Gallery showcases the talent of men and women in prison while raising funds for these artists and for justice advocacy groups, includling victim assistance and prison reform organizations. Located three blocks from the White House, the Prisons Gallery of Art is served by two Metro stations (Farragut North on the Red Line, and Farragut West on the Orange and Blue Lines). Note that the entrance is on 16th Street, at the corner of K Street. Open Mon to Fri, 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM, and Saturday and Sunday, 12:30 to 5:30 PM (also open evenings and Sunday by appointment - groups welcome - admission is always free).
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Sat, 12/16/2006 - 10:00am - 5:00pm
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