Artist Journal, Carbon Obscura, Lloyd Godman gosto desse jeito da luz vazar por algo, e se for uma luz azul ;) light through holes in a solid black sheet. love the light rays it makes -Ashley

Interesting idea, that we think all books involving a host of black people must be about race. True, and I'd never realized it. ("Hustle" by Jericho Brown ... or was his birth name Nelson Demery?)

Light - Interesting idea, that we think all books involving a host of black people must be about race. True, and I'd never realized it. ("Hustle" by Jericho Brown . or was his birth name Nelson Demery?

The Crucible @ Henderson State University Stage & Lighting Design by Douglas Gilpin

I like the wood and the symbolic blue lighting. The Crucible @ Henderson State University Stage & Lighting Design by Douglas Gilpin

A timeline showing the progression of convict colonisation in Australia.

Australian Convicts Timeline - though missing from this descriptor is the endemic class conflict that came with the severe oppression of convicts.

the convicts are covered in bruises from the constant beating.

Can use for periodic bruising. Good coloring for developed bruise and avoids healing colors (yellow, brown, green)

Pair of shoes, England, Britain (made) ca. 1700, Materials: Leather with vellum rand; modern ribbon added for latchet fastening. These elegant women's shoes are made of plain leather. This is rather unusual, as shoemakers more commonly used plain leather for working women's shoes. The red leather heel contrasts with the dark upper. From 1675-1700 shoemakers used pointed toes for women's shoes only. This was the first major difference between fashionable footwear for men and women.

Pair of shoes

1700 (made). Black leather with red leather heel F, English; Black leather with red leather heel.

Convicts being transported To Australia. Australia became the politically expedient safety valve for Britain's overpopulated jails. These were fit to burst after American colonies slammed the door on British deportees after the American War of Independence in 1776. In 1787, the first 11 ships carrying convicts to Australia – known as the First Fleet – set sail for New South Wales, arriving eight months later.

Website reveals secrets of convicts sent to Australia

Caged convicts on a ship bound for Australia. The average journey time to the penal colony was 102 days

There were eleven ships in the First Fleet. They were all small ships that included two naval ships, six convict ships and three storeships for supplies. This is a picture of the flagship Sirius, which carried Captain Aurthur Philip first govermor of NSW. It was wrecked off Norfolk Island in 1790 and its wreck was given National Heritage status in 2011.

The wreck of a First Fleet ship which once carried Governor Phillip has been given National Heritage status.

Australia or jail - which was worse? British criminals convicted at the Old Bailey in the 18th and 19th Centuries were either jailed, transported to Australia or hanged.

Australia or jail - which was worse?

A research project aims to find out whether transportation to Australia or jail was more effective at rehabilitating British convicts in the and Centuries.

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