Link: Current And Former Guantanamo Bay Detainees Create ‘Ode To The Sea’ Art Exhibit November 20, 20174:27 PM ET Artwork by current and former detainees of Guantanamo Bay is on display at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in Manhattan. But what does the art represent and why did the college choose to display

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Link: The art made by Guantánamo Bay detainees PRI’s The World PRI’s The World December 20, 2017 · 5:00 PM EST By Arun Rath I first saw the ship a year ago, in an abandoned prison cell. “Giant” is an intricately detailed model galleon, something that, at a casual glance, you might expect to see

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Link: Ode to the Sea – a prisoner’s view from Guantanamo Bay ‘Ode to the Sea’ is a collection of artworks made by inmates from the controversial military prison, Guantanamo Bay. The exhibition caught the attention of the US Pentagon, which is now changing its rules in how art work from the prison will be

Link: What We Can Learn From Art Painted Inside Guantánamo A New York exhibition gives a rare glimpse into America’s most controversial prison. By Erin Thompson DECEMBER 4, 2017 A Guantánamo detainee walks past a cell block at the detention facility in Cuba. (AP Photo / Brennan Linsley) EDITOR’S NOTE: This article originally appeared at

Link: Valerie Hopkins in New York Mon 2 Oct 2017 02.15 EDT Ode to the Sea, an exhibition in New York City, features work by prisoners who say the water – which they could hear but not see – symbolizes quiet and freedom Al Anei, 2016. The show includes 36 artworks created by detainees at

Link: by M Neelika Jayawardane 26 Dec 2017 “Untitled (Alan Kurdi)” [Courtesy of Muhammad Ansi/John Jay College] “Ode to the Sea: Art from Guantanamo Bay” opened on October 2 this year, in the President’s Gallery, located on the topmost floor of Hareen Hall, John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York. It is a

The prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, put its stamp of approval for release on the sail of this model ship built by Yemeni captive Moath al Alwi from paper and other found objects at the Camp 6 communal prison for low value detainees. It was on display on Oct. 25, 2017 at the John Jay

Link: A prison cell at Guantanamo may not be the most inspiring place for an artist. But a few detainees held at the notorious prison have still found a way to explore their creativity. A show in New York presents their work. Djamel Ameziane spent 11 years at Guantanamo Bay detention camp from 2002 to

Citizen Journalist Niccole Thurman enlists the help of famed art critic Jerry Saltz to get to the bottom of an exhibit showcasing the works of Guantanamo Bay detainees.

Link to watch: Nov. 20th, 2017, 6:20pm Transcript of the Interview: A new exhibit in New York shares art from an unlikely place: Guantanamo Bay Detention Center. Current and former detainees have created work that represent their experiences as prisoners — even episodes of torture — often using whatever nontraditional materials they can find. Special