Education & Schools

DSAF - Home for the Holidays

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Home for the Holidays, a benefit for the Davis School Arts Foundation.

Producer:  Bill Fairfield
Video coordination, DVD producer, DVD promos:   Alvin Remmers
Audio remixing and on-location recording:  Steve O’Neill, Foxtail Sound
Videographer, location filming, talking segments, studio provider:  Gary Erwin
Video editing, Video graphics: Jeff Shaw, Davis Media Access
Home for the Holidays logo:  Patrick Rooney

TRAC - Fences & Locks to Jobs & Paychecks

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A documentary on the TRAC program at the Washington State Corrections Center for Women. A pre-apprenticeship training program that teaches the basics of the building trades skills and life skills. The program is offered in the last year of incarceration so that the graduate can step out of prison and into their choice of 8 different unions as apprentices. TRAC is a huge success. About 40% of the women who complete their sentences will return within a couple of years having reoffended. The TRAC graduates? 3% Women who return to the community but not the same old life.

In The Studio - DSAF - Art Boxes!

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Lorraine Visher, Board President of the Davis School Arts Foundation.

topics discussed include: the history of DSAF and what they do, how Lorraine got involved and her background, the Art Kits and the goals of the project, the importance of arts education, how you can donate to help the project, ideas for the future and potential expansion of the project, the Sing-a-long component, and after the credits some thoughts about digital arts.

Recorded 11/20/20.