As the quarter winds down, we want to hear about what your contribution is going to be for the final publication and exhibition. We have reserved Gallery 479 in the art building for an exhibition and reception on Tuesday, March 13. The exhibition and publication will both showcase a collection of the best work from all of the classes involved, with an emphasis on the collaborations.
So... what are you submitting? Why should it be in the publication/exhibition? How will it be presented? How will it be intriguing and bring a fresh perspective to the issue that you are exploring-- be it photographic, journalistic, or research-based.
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This Wednesday is our last guest lecture and it's not one you want to miss.
Wednesday Feb 29 at 5pm in the Pollock Theater Karen Grau will be screening her film "Young Kids, Hard Time," which originally premiered on MSNBC.

Materials about Grau below -- be sure to come with LOTS OF QUESTIONS:
You can see the trailer here: http://vimeo.com/30919779

young kids, hard time review
http://www.nuvo.net/indianapolis/review-young-
kids-hard-time-on-msnbc/Content?oid=2376199

clip from previous TV show; inside juvenile court
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diXmUvZb_eg
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Los Prietos Boys Camp is looking for students who want to tutor kids at the camp.
Here is a link to an independent article about Los Prietos : http://www.independent.com/news/2012/feb/16/straight-and-narrow/
If you are interested in tutoring, contact Dean Farrah, Manager.
3900 Paradise Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93105
    Phone: (805) 692-1750
    Email: dfarrah@co.santa-barbara.ca.us
 
 
As the quarter winds down, we want to hear about what your contribution is going to be for the final publication and exhibition. We have reserved Gallery 479 in the art building for an exhibition and reception on Tuesday, March 13. The exhibition and publication will both showcase a collection of the best work from all of the classes involved, with an emphasis on the collaborations.
So... what are you submitting? Why should it be in the publication/exhibition? How will it be presented? How will it be intriguing and bring a fresh perspective to the issue that you are exploring-- be it photographic, journalistic, or research-based.
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Also -- this Wednesday is our last guest lecture and it's not one you want to miss.
Wednesday Feb 29 at 5pm in the Pollock Theater Karen Grau will be screening her film "Young Kids, Hard Time," which originally premiered on MSNBC.

Materials about Grau below -- be sure to come with LOTS OF QUESTIONS:
You can see the trailer here: http://vimeo.com/30919779

young kids, hard time review
http://www.nuvo.net/indianapolis/review-young-
kids-hard-time-on-msnbc/Content?oid=2376199

clip from previous TV show; inside juvenile court
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diXmUvZb_eg
-----------------------------------------
Los Prietos Boys Camp is looking for students who want to tutor kids at the camp.
Here is a link to an independent article about Los Prietos : http://www.independent.com/news/2012/feb/16/straight-and-narrow/
If you are interested in tutoring, contact Dean Farrah, Manager.
3900 Paradise Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93105
    Phone: (805) 692-1750
    Email: dfarrah@co.santa-barbara.ca.us
 
 
As the quarter winds down, we want to hear about what your contribution is going to be for the final publication and exhibition. We have reserved Gallery 479 in the art building for an exhibition and reception on Tuesday, March 13. The exhibition and publication will both showcase a collection of the best work from all of the classes involved, with an emphasis on the collaborations.
So... what are you submitting? Why should it be in the publication/exhibition? How will it be presented? How will it be intriguing and bring a fresh perspective to the issue that you are exploring-- be it photographic, journalistic, or research-based.

Also -- this Wednesday is our last guest lecture and it's not one you want to miss.
Wednesday Feb 29 at 5pm in the Pollock Theater Karen Grau will be screening her film "Young Kids, Hard Time," which originally premiered on MSNBC.

Materials about Grau below -- be sure to come with LOTS OF QUESTIONS:
You can see the trailer here: http://vimeo.com/30919779

young kids, hard time review
http://www.nuvo.net/indianapolis/review-young-
kids-hard-time-on-msnbc/Content?oid=2376199

clip from previous TV show; inside juvenile court
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diXmUvZb_eg
-----------------------------------------
Los Prietos Boys Camp is looking for students who want to tutor kids at the camp.
Here is a link to an independent article about Los Prietos : http://www.independent.com/news/2012/feb/16/straight-and-narrow/
If you are interested in tutoring, contact Dean Farrah, Manager.
3900 Paradise Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93105
    Phone: (805) 692-1750
    Email: dfarrah@co.santa-barbara.ca.us
 
 
As the quarter winds down, we want to hear about what your contribution is going to be for the final publication and exhibition. We have reserved Gallery 479 in the art building for an exhibition and reception on Tuesday, March 13. The exhibition and publication will both showcase a collection of the best work from all of the classes involved, with an emphasis on the collaborations.
So... what are you submitting? Why should it be in the publication/exhibition? How will it be presented? How will it be intriguing and bring a fresh perspective to the issue that you are exploring-- be it photographic, journalistic, or research-based.
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Remember we have class tomorrow and we will be shooting with Leela so bring stuff from your purses, backpacks, etc to photograph on the infinite table (www.leelacyd.com)
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This Wednesday is our last guest lecture and it's not one you want to miss.
Wednesday Feb 29 at 5pm in the Pollock Theater Karen Grau will be screening her film "Young Kids, Hard Time," which originally premiered on MSNBC.

Materials about Grau below -- be sure to come with LOTS OF QUESTIONS:
You can see the trailer here: http://vimeo.com/30919779

young kids, hard time review
http://www.nuvo.net/indianapolis/review-young-
kids-hard-time-on-msnbc/Content?oid=2376199

clip from previous TV show; inside juvenile court
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diXmUvZb_eg
-------------------------
Los Prietos Boys Camp is looking for students who want to tutor kids at the camp.
Here is a link to an independent article about Los Prietos : http://www.independent.com/news/2012/feb/16/straight-and-narrow/
If you are interested in tutoring, contact Dean Farrah, Manager.
3900 Paradise Road, Santa Barbara, CA 93105
    Phone: (805) 692-1750
    Email: dfarrah@co.santa-barbara.ca.us
 
 
"Dignity is the core of justice."
- Victor Rios
Respond to this quote.. How does it work with you? How does it relate to your project? What does it mean?

ALSO:
Think of questions for Bart Lubow, speaking THIS week, Feb. 15 and Dustin Olson, speaking next week, Feb. 22.
Below is some background information for both to help you start formulating questions.

- Bart Lubow, Director of Annie E. Casey Foundation Juvenile Justice Strategy Group
    No Place for Kids, Annie E. Casey Foundation Report
- Dustin Olson, Chief of the UC Santa Barbara Police Department (with Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy, Isla Vista Foot Patrol)
   Article about student arrest and video of iv foot patrol firebombing
   video of the uc davis pepper spraying is already on Justice resource page:
    Questions students might ask for a respectful discussion:
        for uc police: how does the fallout of uc davis pepper spraying affect policies and practices of ucsb police?
        for sheriff's rep: are tensions between students and law enforcement escalating with Occupy and other movement? (The              student arrested reportedly attended SB Occupy events.)

 
 
"Dignity is the core of justice."
- Victor Rios
Respond to this quote.. How does it work with you? How does it relate to your project? What does it mean?

ALSO:
Think of questions for Bart Lubow, speaking THIS week, Feb. 15 and Dustin Olson, speaking next week, Feb. 22.
Below is some background information for both to help you start formulating questions.

- Bart Lubow, Director of Annie E. Casey Foundation Juvenile Justice Strategy Group
    No Place for Kids, Annie E. Casey Foundation Report
- Dustin Olson, Chief of the UC Santa Barbara Police Department (with Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy, Isla Vista Foot Patrol)
   Article about student arrest and video of iv foot patrol firebombing
   video of the uc davis pepper spraying is already on Justice resource page:
    Questions students might ask for a respectful discussion:
        for uc police: how does the fallout of uc davis pepper spraying affect policies and practices of ucsb police?
        for sheriff's rep: are tensions between students and law enforcement escalating with Occupy and other movement? (The              student arrested reportedly attended SB Occupy events.)
 
 
"Dignity is the core of justice."
- Victor Rios
Respond to this quote.. How does it work with you? How does it relate to your project? What does it mean?

ALSO:
Think of questions for Bart Lubow, speaking THIS week, Feb. 15 and Dustin Olson, speaking next week, Feb. 22.
Below is some background information for both to help you start formulating questions.

- Bart Lubow, Director of Annie E. Casey Foundation Juvenile Justice Strategy Group
    No Place for Kids, Annie E. Casey Foundation Report
- Dustin Olson, Chief of the UC Santa Barbara Police Department (with Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy, Isla Vista Foot Patrol)
   Article about student arrest and video of iv foot patrol firebombing
   video of the uc davis pepper spraying is already on Justice resource page:
    Questions students might ask for a respectful discussion:
        for uc police: how does the fallout of uc davis pepper spraying affect policies and practices of ucsb police?
        for sheriff's rep: are tensions between students and law enforcement escalating with Occupy and other movement? (The              student arrested reportedly attended SB Occupy events.)
 
 
"Dignity is the core of justice."
- Victor Rios
Respond to this quote.. How does it work with you? How does it relate to your project? What does it mean?

ALSO:
Think of questions for Bart Lubow, speaking THIS week, Feb. 15 and Dustin Olson, speaking next week, Feb. 22.
Below is some background information for both to help you start formulating questions.

- Bart Lubow, Director of Annie E. Casey Foundation Juvenile Justice Strategy Group
    No Place for Kids, Annie E. Casey Foundation Report
- Dustin Olson, Chief of the UC Santa Barbara Police Department (with Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy, Isla Vista Foot Patrol)
   Article about student arrest and video of iv foot patrol firebombing
   video of the uc davis pepper spraying is already on Justice resource page:
    Questions students might ask for a respectful discussion:
        for uc police: how does the fallout of uc davis pepper spraying affect policies and practices of ucsb police?
        for sheriff's rep: are tensions between students and law enforcement escalating with Occupy and other movement? (The              student arrested reportedly attended SB Occupy events.)
 
 
This week we want to see progress! How have you moved from the idea phase to the doing phase, writing phase, research phase, shooting phase... What steps have you taken and what progress have you made? What are your next steps?

Photo kids: this is a great time to get images produced thus far up on your blog and post the link here for feedback, etc.

Tell us + give a quick sentence refresher of your idea/project.
Don't forget your name and email!
 
 
This week we want to see progress! How have you moved from the idea phase to the doing phase, writing phase, research phase, shooting phase... What steps have you taken and what progress have you made? What are your next steps?

Photo kids: this is a great time to get images produced thus far up on your blog and post the link here for feedback, etc.

Tell us + give a quick sentence refresher of your idea/project.
Don't forget your name and email!
 
    This section is to help you find students in the other classes to collaborate with.

    INSTRUCTIONS:
    - Find the blog post titled with your class.
    - As a comment, write a two-sentence description of your project + your name + contact info
    - Read comments from other classes to find students/projects you are interested in working with/on.

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