Studio Potter Author Chat: Last Prisoner Project

Apr 28, 2021

 

In the April 2021 issue of Studio Potter, Russell Wrankle wrote Taking Action Against Hypocrisy, a story of how and why he created ShapeTheoryCollective along with a handful of other established artists who are concerned with cannabis legal reform.

Evelyn LaChapelle, program associate with Last Prisoner Project joined Wrankle, ShapeTheoryCollective artist Candice Methe, and Studio Potter editor, Jill Foote-Hutton. In conversation with LaChapelle we gain a better understanding of the current landscape of cannabis legalization, the work LPP has already been doing, and the actions individuals can take now.

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