The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance will be holding a research think-tank in London on 18 March 2020, which will consider the work of the arts and culture in prison and the probation service. The event is a collaborative effort between the NCJAA and the University of Cambridge and the University of the Arts London (Central St Martins). It is hoped that the event will encourage a new perspective and lead to the creation of a community of knowledge.
Date: Wednesday 18 March 2020
Ticket price: £15 - £75
Speakers and respondents include:
Professor Rosie Meek – author of Ministry of Justice review of sport in prisons
Dr Rose Perkins – Royal College of Music / Imperial College London, HEartS project team
Dr Claire Westall – editor of Prison Writing and the Literary World
Andrew Mowlah – Director of Research, Arts Council England
Two free tickets will be offered to individuals with personal first-hand experience of the criminal justice system and/or of minority ethnic communities. Please email email@example.com to apply.
Ticket prices vary, with students and unwaged individuals being offered tickets at £15, Clinks members at £50 and non-members at £75.