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Art Walk supports education for incarcerated students

This drawing made by an incarcerated student at Mule Creek State Prison will be on display Friday, Feb. 7, at the Main Street Artists Gallery in downtown Quincy. Photo submitted

Come out to the Main Street Artists Gallery Art Walk on Friday, Feb. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m., in downtown Quincy to support Feather River College’s program for incarcerated students from Mule Creek State Prison.

The event will be held at the gallery, 432 Main St., and art galleries will open their shops to the community.

The show will feature beautiful pieces including paintings, drawings, dream catchers and jewelry made by prisoners available for purchase through the month of February.

All proceeds benefit the FRC Incarcerated Student Scholarship Fund that helps incarcerated English students earn their B.A. and successfully reenter society.

For more information, call 616-0770 or 775-636-1947.

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