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A Look at Westchester County’s Prison System – and the People Inside It

RTA teaching artist Kate Stone Lombardi wrote an article for Westchester Magazine on the carceral system in Westchester County featuring RTA's alums, Charles Moore, Jermaine Archer & Dunasha Payne

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An Evening at Camp Runamuk Showcasing RTA

Thank you for joining RTA for this special evening!

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We're back!

RTA resumes in-person programming at the 6 prisons we serve

Brief but Spectacular

A Brief But Spectacular take on rehabilitation through art - PBS News Hour

John Zoccoli is a visual artist who spent 25 years in prison until his release in June, 2020. During his incarceration, he became involved in a program called Rehabilitation Through The Arts (RTA) — which he says transformed his life.


June News: RTA Begins Return to In Person Programming

RTA was one of the first programs the Department of Corrections allowed to return to facilities

City Limits

NY Prison Arts and Reentry Programs Persist Throughout Pandemic - City Limits

“Art is not frivolous,” said Joe Giardina, program director at Rehabilitation Through the Arts (RTA)


RTA celebrates 25 years of changing lives

RTA was founded at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in 1996. 25 years later, RTA has grown into a robust prison arts program in New York with hundreds of successful alumni.


Unlocked: The Power of Arts in Prison

Unlocked captures the unsparingly honest stories of formerly incarcerated men and women who participated in RTA’s prison arts program.

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A Virtual Concert - The power of the arts & community inside and outside prison

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Lulu, I Hear You...Messages from the Inside During Covid-19

Virtual performance piece and live talkback with RTA alumni

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