HARD TIME TO REFLECT--An exhibit of 23 black-and-white photographs by RIT photographer Loret Gnivecki Steinberg offers a rare, intimate look at the juvenile corrections system in New York state. The collection, called ". . . these are not Ozzie and Harriet's children . . .," depicts boys confined to a corrections facility.
"Most people have little or no idea about what goes on in juvenile facilities, or what the kids are like," Steinberg says. "It may be true that these are not Ozzie and Harriet's children; but each boy I knew was someone's child. In a real way, these children belong to all of us, because they are part of our community."
Jeff Reidmiller '99, above, visits the exhibit in the Art Library Gallery on the lower level of Rush Rhees Library. The show, up until October 18, coincides with the exhibitions "Factories Schools Prisons" and "Angry White Men" at the Visual Studies Workshop, 31 Prince St.
October 12, 1998
Volume 26 Number 18
- Electrical engineering changes name
New designation reflects trend toward computers
- Locate latest contact info online
- Former Bush speechwriter will talk
- Sun shines on Mueller's 'A Foggy Day,' now playing at Shaw Fesival in Ontario
- Anthropologist: Shopping is about love
- Two nights of fiction, poetry await Plutzik fans
- Conference to look at impact of work
- Arcadia comes to life on Todd stage
- In Brief
- Calendar of Events
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