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Bill Crane featured in Star Tribune

Image copyright: Jerry Holt / Star Tribune. 


Bill Crane's work was highlighted in the Star Tribune as a part of I Am, an exhibition organized by Fresh Eye Gallery that coincides with An Unfinished Journey: Civil Rights for People with Developmental Disabilities and the Role of the Federal Courts.

"The exhibition traces the history of progress for people with developmental disabilities to become more independent and self advocating," writes Katy Read. I Am is on view at the Diana E. Murphy Federal Courthouse through July 12, 2024. Learn more about the exhibition here.


Read the full article here:

"Twin Cities exhibit traces 'Unfinished Journey' for people with developmental disabilities," Star Tribune, March 29, 2024



Image description: A photo of the I Am exhibition at shows Bill Crane and his advocate, Christy Merchand, at the courthouse. They are facing each other in conversation. Paintings by various artists, including Bill Crane, are displayed on wooden easels. "EQUAL JUSTICE UNDER LAW" appears on the marble wall above the artwork.