Who won the war at Attica Correctional Facility in 1971? Has prison culture been affected by this outcry over the past fifty-five years? With more than six-dozen lives lost to this protest, what have we done about it? How does this affect me? These and many more questions are raised in Fogartyville’s Art Exhibit, Beyond Criminal.
Opening night is free and open to the public. Please join in this discussion with your questions regarding prison reform, and meet the panelists on opening night, Monday, January 11. Exhibit viewing begins at 6:30pm.
Photograph by Bruce Jackson, Attica Gun Turret 2015
Also showing in Beyond Criminal
Serenati - Multi Media
Installation, Violent History: A Self Analysis http://www.nqserenati.com
Dr. Serenati holds a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies (Union Institute & University), and an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts (Goddard College). Dr. Serenati serves as Art Director of the Cinematic Arts program at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, and Professor of Film and Media Studies at Flagler College. Dr. Serenati's recent project, Illness is a Window: Refraining Leukemia through Dharma Art, will be presented at the 6th Global Conference on Trauma: Theory and Practice in Budapest,Hungary (2016).
Loveberry-George - Mixed Medium Mug Shot Portraits
Lori holds a BA in Visual Arts with Distinction from Eckerd College, St Petersburg, Florida; a Certification with Honors from Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida; and attended Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Brandon Scott - Gouache on Coldpress Paintings
Brandon Scott was born in Long Island, New York of Lithuanian descent. Growing up in a large city inspired him in his use of colors. This defines his vivid dream like style. Brandon fell in love with the community driven art scene of NYC. He later relocated to the amazing art community of Bradenton, Fl. in 1987
In January and July 2014 he was asked to display in the Leonardo Da Vinci museum, which is on loan from Florence Italy.