Using Art to Solve Crime

One of the most interesting and unusual uses of art occurs in the forensic field. Americans are fascinated with the real-life drama and mysteries around them. The forensic artist is trained to draw composites from the memory of witnesses, sketch crime scenes for the courtroom, and reconstruct skulls of unknown homicide victims. How do they do it? Find out from the woman who trains the artists. Hands-on session for would-be artists and those who don’t think they could draw blood with a knife.

Location: CC213

Carrie Stuart Parks

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