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CM Campbell

CM Campbell received his BA in Fine Art with a studio emphasis at San Francisco State University, and his MFA in Comics at California College of the Arts. He grew up in Evanston, Illinois and lives in...

4 replies on “The “Artists in Residence” of Fishkill Correctional Facility”

  1. Great stuff, would love to see more. My dad worked as a jail guard for many years & used to bring home soap carvings the inmates gave him.

    1. I would say, support groups that proved art spaces and services to prisons. There are amazing theatre programs as well as arts and craft groups. Inmates are very limited in the items they are allowed to have and different facilities in different states have different policies. You can always check with a specific facility to see what is possible.

      Thank you for your question and support.

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