Picture Projects

The Brooklyn Eagle, Bob Abruzzese, Federal Court Gallery in Brooklyn Tells the Stories of Incarcerated girls in New York,October 16, 2018. Read Article

OZY, Michael McLaughlin, The Artist Shedding Light on the History of Girls in Juvie, October 22, 2017. Read Article

New York History, Editorial Staff, Virtual Center for Prison Memories,
August 30, 2012. Read Article

The Columbia Paper, Diane Valden: Project preserves prison’s ‘tapestry’,
October 5, 2012. Read Article

The Gossips of Rivertown, Carole Osterink: The History of Our Prison,
August 29, 2012. Read Article

The Wall Street Journal, Julia M. Klein: The Rabbi and Frank Lloyd Wright,
December 22, 2009. Read Article

Vietnam Veterans of America, Bob Hopkins: A New Exhibit at the Brooklyn
Historical Society, Sons of Brooklyn in Vietnam,
May/June 2008. Read Article

The New York Sun, Kate Taylor: Vietnam’s Legacy Heard in Brooklyn Museums,
Dec. 13, 2007. Read Article

The Independent Film & Video Monthly, Maya Churi: Picture Projects
The Big Picture on a Small Screen, November 2003. Read Article

Sandbox, Ashley Hunt: 360 Degrees: Perspectives on the U.S. Criminal Justice System –
Documentary, Method and Law, Feb. 2002. Read Article

Art in America, Stephanie Cash: Everything Old Is New Again,
December 2013. Read Article

The Village Voice, Francine Russo: 360 Degrees of Incarceration,
January 17 – 23, 2001. Read Article

The New York Times, Allison Fass: It’s a Documentary Posing as a Web Site,
March 4, 2001. Read Article

The Wall Street Journal, Evelyn Lee: The Web at Work – Picture Projects,
May 21, 2001. Read Article

Christian Science Monitor.com, Jim Regan: 360 Degrees: Perspectives on the
U.S. Criminal Justice System, August 10, 2001. Read Article

PUBLICATIONS

Beginners Guide To Community Based Arts, Keith Knoght and Matt Schwarzman:
Town Hall in Cyberspace, New Village Press 2005.

New Wight Biennial, twothousandone catalogue, Gloria Sutton: www.360degrees.org,
October 2011. Read Essay

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