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Art in Other Places|
Artists at Work in America's Community and Social Institutions
Art in Other Places profiles 29 institutional and community arts programs across the United States that have pioneered the field of arts-based community building.
Beginner's Guide to Community-Based Arts|
Ten Graphic Stories about Artists, Educators & Activists Across the U.S.
Ten transformative local arts projects come alive in this illustrated training manual for youth leaders and teachers. This energetic guidebook demonstrates the enormous power of art in grass-roots social change.
Poetry, Prison, and Two Lives
A two-person memoir that explores education, prison, possibility, and which children our world nurtures and which it shuns. At the book's core are two stories that speak up for human imagination, spirit, and the power of art.
Crossroads Comics #1|
This educational comic of graphic true stories is derived from the Beginner's Guide to Community-Based Arts by award-winning cartoonist Keith Knight and progressive youth educator Mat Schwarzman. Depicts two inspiring artists who heal social problems.
Doing Time in the Garden|
Life Lessons through Prison Horticulture
Inspiring firsthand account of how in-prison vocational training programs at Riker's Island Jail lead to meaningful post-release employment and reduce recidivism — the GreenHouse and GreenTeam run by James Jiler for the Horticultural Society of New York.
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