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Prison Intarsia


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A program at the Oregon Correctional Facility in Salem is teaching inmates the art of intarsia. It’s a process for making three-dimensional images from pieces of wood that fit together like the pieces of a puzzle. Art Beat meets some inmates at work.

First Broadcast: 2002
Producer: Tom D’Antoni

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Kirk Lybecker; Ranch Painters; Prison Intarsia; Kent Haley (334)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #334
Original Broadcast: June 6, 2002