The Work of the Arts and Culture in Prisons and Probation Research Think-Tank

This event is on 18 March 2020 10:00am

The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance, in partnership with the University of Cambridge and Central St Martins, is delighted to announce its first research think-tank on the work of the arts and culture in prisons and probation.

The day will focus on moving towards a rounded evidence base, and towards a community of knowledge. We are looking for new perspectives via a cross-disciplinary and cross-sector approach. By the end of the day we hope to have taken our understanding of the work of the arts in prisons and probation to a new level.

Click here for more information on the event, which will be attended by the ICC’s Head of Research Kerry Wilson, as she continues her AHRC-funded research on professional ethics and cultural work in the criminal justice system. Kerry will be responding to two academic papers in the afternoon session on theatre and writing in prison, along with Andrew Mowlah of Arts Council England.

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