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Stop the Proposed SF Jail


Image from Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB)’s website

Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB) is leading resistance to the proposed “replacement jail” in SF County. See the resources below and sign up for the email newsletter to get involved:


SF County Sheriff Mirkarimi wants to spend anywhere from $290-$465 million to build a new “replacement jail” in San Francisco County. Please join us in signing this Open Letter to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors: We Can’t Afford a New County Jail!
If you would like to sign-on click here!


“Incarceration’s Front Door”


Doors at Wapato Correctional Facility

A new study about the state of the nation’s jails was just released by the Vera Institute of Justice. From their website:

Local jails, which exist in nearly every town and city in America, are built to hold people deemed too dangerous to release pending trial or at high risk of flight. This, however, is no longer primarily what jails do or whom they hold, as people too poor to post bail languish there and racial disparities disproportionately impact communities of color. This report reviews existing research and data to take a deeper look at our nation’s misuse of local jails and to determine how we arrived at this point. It also highlights jurisdictions that have taken steps to mitigate negative consequences, all with the aim of informing local policymakers and their constituents who are interested in in reducing recidivism, improving public safety, and promoting stronger, healthier communities.



Wapato Jail Coyotes


Handsome all!!  Wapato Jail Coyote line-up:

Bette Longden, Sylvester Miranda, Kaiah Boerman, Wyatt Dingman, Jen Vaughn, Dawn Rostad, Bill Washburn, Amy Frey, Michelle Wood, Shir Grisanti, Erin Mallea, Anna Weston, Erika Kuchenmeister, Joshua Leslie, Devan Anthony, Scott Osgood, Karin Obaid, Gwen Courtney, Welly Fletcher, Hannah Ireland, George Pfau, Amanda Curreri, Christine Toth, Gary Wiseman, Shalene Murphy, Adrian Eberstein, Brenton Bird, and Kelly Boerman


New Collaborator: Pete Brook


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Over a recent dinner meeting in SF’s Outer Richmond we confirmed: ERNEST will collaborate with Pete Brook on the Wapato: Demos publication. Pete’s work is rigorous, heart felt, and we’re excited to see what he comes up with in terms of an essay within the Wapato publication. His website, Prison Photography, is the best introduction to him and his work with prisons.

He writes for WIRED’s  Raw File as well as contributes to Salon‘s BagNewsNotes, which is the only website dedicated solely to visual politics and the analysis of news images.

Here’s a recording of a recent talk, part of a series on FAILURE, that Pete gave: Mass Incarceration, a Systemwide Failure.

NYT interview and slide show with Pete: Focusing on Prison Photography.

PNCA’s Watershed Press & ERNEST

Abra Ancliffe, PNCA Printmaking Faculty, at work in the PNCA printshop.

As the 2015 school year starts in, we’re prepping images for a print edition that we’ll be making in collaboration with Pacific Northwest College of Art’s Watershed Press. c3 initiave partnered ERNEST with Watershed and we’re looking forward to working with PNCA’s Printmaking faculty and students on a multi-layered print utilizing lithography, screenprinting, and polymer plate letterpress. There will soon be some Skype meetings with the Collaborative Projects grad class and a visit to work on-site with the crew sometime around March or April. Watershed’s most recent collaboration was with assume vivid astro focus’ Eli Subrack and they turned out some incredible screenprints with digital underlayers.



ERNEST contributes to ‘Hour After’

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January 15, 5-8pm
“Join us after work for a chat in the warmth of amber lights, a happy hour special, and the release of “The Hour After Reader” – a 28 page, limited edition booklet created by Carrie Hott, printed by Colpa Press and supported by Interface Gallery.

The reader includes some images of the research that helped to inform the work created in the exhibition, as well as selections and contributions from other local and beyond after-hours workers including Luca Antonucci, BONANZA, Sofía Córdova, Aurora Crispin, ERNEST, Ian Dolton-Thornton,Brett Goodroad, Pablo Guardiola, Emily Hunt, Cybele Lyle, Martin Machado, Ortega y Gasset Projects, Emma Spertus, Stairwell’s, Laura Steenberge, and Cassie Thornton.”

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Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Wapato Jail Video Shoot

Thank you to our team of volunteers throughout the weekend and the crew of coyotes from Portland-at-large on Saturday. Thanks to PNCA’s Watershed faculty. Thank you to Dan Gilsdorf, newest ERNEST, and thank you to the owl. Thank you to Cruz and Sketch and their handler, Paula. Thank you c3 for a packed but successful video shoot weekend at Wapato. Now here’s to editing all the footage!

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We Need You!

Be a Coyote at an Empty Jail

Saturday , December 13 , 1-4pm

Artist group ERNEST needs your help for a video shoot we are doing at Northwest Portland’s completely empty jail. ERNEST is designing a shot in which a group of approximately 40 people/coyotes are moving through the jail. Masks will be provided and yours to keep after the shoot.

Arrive at 1pm . Late arrivals cannot be accommodated. A jail tour will happen between 1:30 and 2pm.  Shooting will be from 2-3:30pm.

Please RSVP, with your name, contact info, and number of participants to: erin@c3initiative.org

For more information about ERNEST and their partnership with c3:Initiative in St. John’s, please visit c3:Initiative.

The Marshall Project

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The Marshall Project has just launched their site.  Led by former NYT executive editor, Bill Keller, the organization is aimed at reporting on the under represented in the American criminal justice system. Signed up for the newsletter to get a sense of what they’ll be covering. So far, so good.

Here is their Mission Statement from the website:



The Marshall Project is a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization founded on two simple ideas:

1) There is a pressing national need for high-quality journalism about the American criminal justice system. The U.S. incarcerates more people than any country in the world. Spiraling costs, inhumane prison conditions, controversial drug laws, and concerns about systemic racial bias have contributed to a growing bipartisan consensus that our criminal justice system is in desperate need of reform.

The recent disruption in traditional media means that fewer institutions have the resources to take on complex issues such as criminal justice. The Marshall Project stands out against this landscape by investing in journalism on all aspects of our justice system. Our work will be shaped by accuracy, fairness, independence, and impartiality, with an emphasis on stories that have been underreported or misunderstood. We will partner with a broad array of media organizations to magnify our message, and our innovative website will serve as a dynamic hub for the most significant news and comment from the world of criminal justice.

2) With the growing awareness of the system’s failings, now is an opportune moment to amplify the national conversation about criminal justice.

We believe that storytelling can be a powerful agent of social change. Our mission is to raise public awareness around issues of criminal justice and the possibility for reform. But while we are nonpartisan, we are not neutral. Our hope is that by bringing transparency to the systemic problems that plague our courts and prisons, we can help stimulate a national conversation about how best to reform our system of crime and punishment.

Wapato Inquiry at St. John’s Farmers Market


Saturday, October 4, St. Johns Farmers Market
ERNEST set up shop at the community table and spent the morning having conversations with market-goers to get a pulse about Wapato. Responses ranged from frustration, creative solutions, history lessons on the etymology of the site’s name, and even primary experiences at the site. We learned that beyond being home for local residents and businesses, St. John’s serves as an important community hub for residents “off-the-grid” further out along Route 30 and beyond. We met a number of people that travel 45 minutes (one-way) to come to the Saturday market and for other St. John’s amenities. We’re currently compiling the data from our surveys and incorporating it in the forthcoming publication.

Here’s a diagram from Richard, now retired, who was a contractor who laid the foundation at the jail:

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And the T-shirts? Here’s a close-up. We made plenty and they’ll be available at the big event (Spring 2015). If you want one before then, email us. XS, S, M, L, XL $12 each + shipping


 Fun video about foraging for river clams and… wapatos

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