Love Tapes by Wendy Clarke -- Theatre: Just Sharing Dub - California Institution for Men in Chino
Part 1: "Love Tapes" conceived and produced by Wendy Clark. "In September of 1988 video artist Wendy Clark invited the public to share their thoughts and feelings about love. Each person chose their own visual background and music. Then they sat alone, facing their own image, and talked about love for three minutes. What follows is the result of this intimate experience as nine individuals share with us their feelings about love." LOVE TAPES: USC Atelier Gallery, Santa Monica Place Mall, September 1988. Part 2: (Begins 00:29:11) Interviews with Arts-in-Corrections artists about their work, includes images of paintings. The William James Association Prison Arts Project (PAP) began as a pilot project in 1977 at the California Medical Facility at Vacaville, with funding provided by the San Francisco Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the California Arts Council, and the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration. The success of this initial program led to the formation of Arts-in-Corrections, an administrative office within the California Department of Corrections, which oversaw the staffing of artist-facilitators at all prisons in California. In 2009, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation laid off staff in education, vocational, substance abuse, and other inmates programs, including the one Artist Facilitator at each prison.
Additional Descriptive Notes: Part 1: Love Tapes by Wendy Clarke; Part 2: Theatre: Just Sharing Dub -- California Institution for Men in Chino Archive series: California Arts-In-Corrections Program, 1983-2009
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