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Art Gives Voice to Incarcerated Artists - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 1/2
Gina Sobania
15:16
Congratulations!
Kimberly Johnson (she/her)
15:28
Congrats on the Bush Foundation Fellowship!
Ann Deiman-Thornton MSCS
15:35
Congratulations!!! So excited for you!!!
Lesia Coats
15:53
Congratulations!! Wonderful
Yingfah (she/her)
17:16
Please enter any comments, reactions, thoughts, questions in the chat box and we’ll try to respond to those as we move through this session.
Ann Deiman-Thornton MSCS
18:12
Hope Dealer & the brightest light at the DOC
Yingfah (she/her)
19:35
Hi Ann!
Ann Deiman-Thornton MSCS
22:26
Hello Yingfah! Great to see you
L. Coats
26:27
very nice art
Brent
29:53
per a former computer student/offender "since the left brain is not used to the greatest extent in prison, the right brain takes over"
Kimberly Johnson (she/her)
39:19
volume working!
Jessica Espinosa - Minnesota State
45:26
If you want to share your reactions to the art pieces, please do so in the chat as you view.
Jessica Espinosa - Minnesota State
45:59
What words come to mind for you?
L. Coats
59:39
Some people I have found, find themselves in places they didn't know they came from. One who did art and all was a cab driver, found whatever he did- it came out great
tllafore
01:00:50
Antonio, have you been an officer throughout your entire corrections career? and how long have you been in the department?
Barbara Wiener
01:02:42
Have you talked about the theme of the next project exhibition…transformation
Jessica Espinosa - Minnesota State
01:02:57
not yet. that is next
Ann Deiman-Thornton MSCS
01:05:28
Very well said, Barbara!!
Brent
01:10:52
How long is the average sentence of the Offender that was allowed out to sell their art?
Kimberly Johnson (she/her)
01:11:12
Wonderful presentation and fabulous project. Kudos and thank you to all!
Gina Sobania
01:12:38
Thank you so much! Wonderful presentation!
L. Coats
01:12:38
Thank you for the presentation. Very nice art that has been done
cmfrese
01:13:00
Thank you!