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4 Responses to Contact Us

  1. Vida Bikales says:

    I just entered our 2015 schedule and by mistake did not enter the recurring dates correctly. Can’t figure out how to edit them once uploaded. All of our shows are Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays only for three weekends.

  2. Elly says:

    I just saw this site. I’m an artist and would love to donate some images to this cause. My best friend is a vet, a Marine Staff Sargent. he served in Vietnam.
    His is a kick ass artist, musician and photographer…We live in St Petersburg Florida.
    Tell me if you know of anything locally I can do. My nearest VA is called Bay Pines. It’s southern Pinellas county Florida.
    I’m from England ( used to free health care)…I’ve been here for 17 years and I can NOT get my head around the way our vets are treated.
    I don’t have a job right now but I do want to volunteer my time and talent to such a worthy cause. Please contact me…..:)

  3. Leigh Lynch says:

    East Hill Singers Present Semiannual Concert Local Prison Choir will perform at two locations in November 2014

    The East Hill Singers men’s chorus, comprised of inmates from the minimum security unit of Lansing Correctional Facility in Lansing, KS and volunteer singers from the community, will perform their fall concerts, “Sing Your Way Home!” on Sunday, November 16th, at Plymouth Congregational Church (925 Vermont St, Lawrence, KS 66044) and Sunday, November 23th, at St. Joseph Catholic Church (11311 Johnson Drive, Shawnee, KS 66203). An art exhibit and sale (all proceeds go to Arts In Prison to continue programming) begins at 3:00 p.m. the Concert begins at 4:00 p.m. These events are free and open to the public; a free-will offering will be taken.

    The East Hill Singers was created by Elvera Voth in 1995 with a vision of helping inmates express themselves through the arts and transition back into the community. “At my first concert, I was terrified, imagine getting a standing ovation, after being told for years that you were nothing and no good. It fills you heart with pride and allowed me to think that maybe I really have worth”, one inmate said. The program works. The average recidivism rate of inmates in the state of Kansas remains about 38 percent; the East Hill Singers boast a low 18 percent. “98 percent of all inmates will be released back into the community and programs such as the East Hills Singers shows inmates that they have value and helps them express themselves through the arts”, says Leigh Lynch, Executive Director.

    The chorus is led by music director Kirk Carson and sponsored by local nonprofit, Arts in Prison. The choir is one of the only prison ensembles in the nation to sing outside prison walls and is the subject of the new documentary, Conducting Hope, which was released nationally on PBS in November 2013.

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    If you would like more information, or to schedule an interview with music director Kirk Carson or executive director Leigh Lynch, please contact Arts in Prison at (913) 403-0229 or leighl@artsinprison.org.

  4. I’m trying to submit info on new exhibits and a holiday shopping event. I’m not able to locate the “submit event” section. Can you please direct me to the correct page.

    Thank you,
    Consuelo 816-474-3250