CIM DAY 6: Excerpts from Transcript

Guests enter through the gym doors to music being played by both Johns. After talking to some of the participants the guests take their seats while we welcome the guests.

 

[Annie thanks the class and everyone for coming, and introduces Phung who is acting as moderator for the panel.]

After the panel, guests from the audience interacted with the participants and asked them about their art and the process to create this project. The photographers were taking a lot of pictures and I could tell that the participants were very excited about sharing their work. The final performance was 100% successful and the participants were confident and followed the outline they planned perfectly.

This project is generously funded by a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Art Works Grant in the category of Multidisciplinary and Presenting — Additional support comes from Arts in Corrections, an initiative of the California Arts Council and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. This project would not be possible without the support of the Department of Art, the College of Arts and Letters, and Research and Sponsored Programs at CSUSB. Accounts and administrative services were provided by the University Enterprises Corporation in association with CSUSB

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