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It’s not just black and white, Gregory Sale, 2011, Social Studies 6, ASU Art Museum.
Over the course of two days, inmates enrolled in the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office reentry/rehabilitation ALPHA program worked with artist Gregory Sale to create an installation that serves as an instructional platform for public forums, panel discussions, performances, and social actions. It’s not just black and white is a three-month-long residency exhibition designed to initiate and host dialogue, aspiring to give voice to the multiple constituencies of the corrections, incarceration and criminal justice systems.

Criminal Justice System Explored Through Art

It’s not just black and white is an art project that explores Arizona’s criminal justice system through the eyes of those who experience it. Artist Gregory Sale and ASU Art Museum Curator John Spiak talk about the project. On PBS ei8ht.

Thinking About Re-Thinking, a panel moderated by Darren Petrucci, Director of the School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture at Arizona State University. Is the museum defunct? Can it shed the elitist and colonial past? Can it be remade? Gordon Knox, Director of the ASU Art Museum, will argue for a new, socially engaged museum; Adriene Jenik, Director of ASU’s School of Art, will discuss the appeals and perils of museum involvement from the artist’s point of view; and Richard Toon, ASU’s Director of Museum Studies, will argue that the inherent contradictions of the museum are why it continually changes, why it must be continually rethought and why there is no such thing as the museum.

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