Brooklyn Museum Art Scholl Prison Program
01. Exhibitions of works from their prison art program from 1974 to 1977.
02. The Programs series covers programs to provide art instruction outside of the traditional coursework and student body, like the Prison Program, operated off-site and separately from the rest of the school.
Programs that were held off-site were designed to take art instruction to those who were unable to physically attend classes at the school. These were the St. Mary’s Methadone Maintenance Program and the Prison program, which taught prisoners at the Brooklyn House of Detention and Riker’s Island from 1970 to 1977. These programs were grant-funded and offered courses via small satellite schools for non-traditional students
~ por Amanda en diciembre 11, 2009.
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