ARCHIVE: This event has now finished The Role of the Arts in the Cycle of Crime, Prison and Re-offending
18January 2018 8.00PM
The Role of the Arts in the Cycle of Crime, Prison and Re-offendingThu 18 Jan at 8.00PM
The Role of the Arts in the Cycle of Crime, Prison and Re-offending
Box office: 01983 822490
Isle of Wight
Years of working as an artist within the Criminal Justice System in England and Germany have given our lecturer, Angela Findlay, unique insights into the destructive and costly cycle of crime, prisons and re-offending.
In this thought-provoking talk she offers a deeper understanding of the minds, lives and challenges of offenders. With extraordinary slides of art projects and prisoner’s art she demonstrates how the process of creating art gives offenders vital opportunities to confront their crimes and develop the life skills so essential in leading a positive and productive life.
A frequent response to this talk has been “I had no idea!” and indeed it casts light onto areas of our society where the Arts are not only visual, decorative, or commercial, but absolutely vital, hugely relevant and potentially life-changing. This talk is moving, informative and very original, interspersed with personal accounts of humorous, or slightly horrifying situations.
Angela’s talks have kept audiences across the country engrossed.
She is a professional artist, writer and freelance lecturer with a long standing interest in the role the arts can play in bringing about changes, on a personal level or within societies.
Her long career of teaching art in prisons and Young Offender Institutions in Germany and England, followed by her role as the former Arts Coordinator of the Koestler Trust in London, gave her many insights into the huge impact the arts can have in terms of rehabilitation.
For more details see our website: www.tasiwatquayarts.org.uk
Doors open at 6.30 pm.
Light suppers and bar available. Lecture starts at 8pm until 9.15 pm. Visitors welcome £8.00
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