Tim Mitchell is the Director of Fine Arts at Flint Hill School in Oakton, Virginia. A widely respected educator, artist and activist, he received his Ph.D from Cornell University, where he researched and examined “Theater of the Oppressed” methods in U.S. prisons. Mitchell has directed theater, facilitated workshops, taught seminars, lectured, and participated in interactive theater exercises around the world, including in prisons.
Living in a Precarious World: Art, Labor, and the New Economic Precarity | April 1, 2014
Working Life After Prison: An Interactive Performance