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Published: 5/5/2014 - Updated: 7 months ago


Lucas County juvenile inmates's art

Five days a week, 52 weeks a year, every child — and the occasional “adult” — who is held in the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center, goes to an hourlong art class under the direction of Jan Revill. These images were taken during the class April 28 and May 1, 2014. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

A door and surrounding walls on H Block in the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center is covered in student inmates' art. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A door and surrounding walls on H Block in the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center is covered in student inmates' art.
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A paper-mache sculpture made by an inmate during art teacher Jan Revill's class. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A paper-mache sculpture made by an inmate during art teacher Jan Revill's class.
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A list of items that may not be depicted in the artwork of student inmates in art teacher Jan Revill's class at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A list of items that may not be depicted in the artwork of student inmates in art teacher Jan Revill's ...
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Art teacher Jan Revill helps a student inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center with an art project. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Art teacher Jan Revill helps a student inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center with an art project.
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Art teacher Jan Revill helps student inmates at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Art teacher Jan Revill helps student inmates at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center.
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Joe Szafarowicz, left, speaks with a an inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center while he works on an art project. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Joe Szafarowicz, left, speaks with a an inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center while he works on an ...
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An art student inmate works on an art project during class in the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center. Enlarge | Buy This Photo An art student inmate works on an art project during class in the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center.
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A collage of Martin Luther King, Jr., made by student  inmates on H Block. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A collage of Martin Luther King, Jr., made by student inmates on H Block.
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Juvenile Detention Officer Joseph Davis is surrounded by artwork on H Block while he supervises student inmates. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Juvenile Detention Officer Joseph Davis is surrounded by artwork on H Block while he supervises student inmates.
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Art teacher Jan Revill helps a student inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center with an art project. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Art teacher Jan Revill helps a student inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center with an art project.
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Art teacher Jan Revill talks with an inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center about his art project. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Art teacher Jan Revill talks with an inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center about his art project.
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Art teacher Jan Revill helps a student inmate make paper mache. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Art teacher Jan Revill helps a student inmate make paper mache.
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A paper mache art project made by an inmate during class in the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A paper mache art project made by an inmate during class in the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center.
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Art teacher Jan Revill helps student inmates with their art projects. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Art teacher Jan Revill helps student inmates with their art projects.
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An art student inmate paints a piece of paper mache during class in the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center. Enlarge | Buy This Photo An art student inmate paints a piece of paper mache during class in the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center.
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Art teacher Jan Revill helps an inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center with an art project. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Art teacher Jan Revill helps an inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center with an art project.
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An art student inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center explains his project to Jan Revill. Enlarge | Buy This Photo An art student inmate at the Lucas County Juvenile Detention Center explains his project to Jan Revill.
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Art teacher Jan Revill looks at the progress made on an art project by an inmate. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Art teacher Jan Revill looks at the progress made on an art project by an inmate.
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A juvenile takes a Enlarge | Buy This Photo A juvenile takes a "time-out" for using a curse word and faces a wall of art on H Block.
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