Hidden Lives Illuminated Screening at the Museums Challenge Symposium

This event was part of the

2020 Museums Challenge Symposium 

and was presented by

Mellon Intersections Group on Mass Incarceration 

Sunday, February 16, 5-8:00PM at The Wooly (20 N. Main Street)

Screening of Hidden Lives Illuminated, a project commissioned by Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site of animated short films created by artists incarcerated at the Pennsylvania State Corrections Institution at Chester and Philadelphia’s Riverside Correctional Facility for Women.

Keynote speaker, Sean Kelley, Senior Vice President + Director of Interpretation shared remarks about the project.

The Museums Challenge Symposium celebrated the work of museums, Museum Studies, and our communities over the past twenty years. In doing so, this program looked to the future as we work together for a more just and equitable world. For more information and the symposium schedule, click here.

For more information on Sean Kelley and the UF Mellon Intersections Program, click here or contact Prof. Jodi Schorb (jschorb@ufl.edu).