Artistic Witness: Court-Martial of Private Manning, Debra Van Poolen
by Russell Fuller | March 4, 2014
Coverage by warpplace.com of Deb’s work documenting Manning’s trial
ArtPrize 2014 Jurors’ Shortlist
By John Serba | September 30, 2014
Van Poolen’s drawings from Chelsea Manning’s trial were chosen for the Juror’s Shortlist of five two-dimensional entries from the field of 900 total 2-D entries.
As Bradley Manning’s Verdict Comes In, An Artist Sells Work to Help
by Benjamin Sutton, ARTINFO | July 30, 2013
Artist Debra Van Poolen has been sitting in the courtroom for the entire eight-week trial sketching Manning and his trial, making the torturous bike-train-carpool commute every day.
Bradley Manning verdict: guilty of most charges but not ‘aiding enemy’
by The Guardian | July 30, 2013
Debra Van Poolen, 44, a Manning supporter, has spent every day of the eight-week trial on the public benches of the courtroom in Fort Meade, Maryland, writes Ed Pilkington from Fort Meade.