Marking Time: Prison Arts and Activism Conference
Groundbreaking Prison Arts Conference and Exhibition at Rutgers, October 8-10 2014
Institute for Research on Women to host Groundbreaking Prison Arts Conference and Multi-Site Art Exhibition, October 8-10, 2014
Abe Ahn,“White (Box) Supremacy.” Hyperallergenic: Sensitive to Art and Its Discontents, November 26, 2014
Emma Jacobs, “Marking Time: Exhibit Shows Prison-Made Art.” WNYC News, Thursday November 20, 2014
Blake Stowers, “Man that served 20 years shares experience of incarceration after wrongful conviction.” Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Thursday, November 6, 2014
Erin Petenko, Lin Lan and Weini Zhang, “Rutgers hosts ‘Marking Time: Prison Arts and Activism Conference’.” The Daily Targum, Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Patti Verbenas, “Insider Art: How Prison Populations Express Themselves to the Outside World.” Rutgers Today, Monday, October 6, 2014
Visual Arts News Desk, “The Zimmerli Art Museum Presents JESSE KRIMES: APOKALUPTEIN: 16389067.” BWW Hub, October 1, 2014
Katie Park,"Zimmerli exhibits former inmate’s mural." The Daily Targum, September 4, 2014
Dan Bischoff, "Jesse Krimes' prison art at Zimmerli Museum in New Brunswick." The Star-Ledger, August 28,2014
“Visualizing Bodies/Space: A Performative Picture of Justice System-Involved Girls & Women in Miami, FL”
This panel discussion took place on October 9, 2014, as part of the conference Marking Time: Prison Arts & Activism Conference, organized and hosted by the Institute for Research on Women at Rutgers University.
Panelists: Nereida Garcia Ferraz (Artist/Women on the Rise!), Jillian Hernandez (University of California-San Diego/Women on the Rise!), and Anya Wallace (Penn State University/Women on the Rise!).
Moderator: Ferris Olin (Rutgers-New Brunswick).
Video credit: Patricia Munoz
Vimeo link: https://vimeo.com/113415181