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Creative innovations in corrections: using the performing arts in service delivery program

 

Overview

This conference, will, for the first time in Australia, bring together experienced practitioners and researchers in prison arts, criminology and correctional service delivery to meet and share ideas about innovative correctional practice using the performing arts. The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for an exchange of ideas across these sectors that will be stimulating, engaging and useful.

The conference has a mix of international and national keynotes, workshop sessions, performances and panel discussions that will focus on using performing arts practice with women prisoners, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners, and male offenders.

Featuring a keynote presentation, a workshop and a performance from Geese Theatre Company UK, this gathering offers delegates a unique opportunity to experience the work of this internationally renowned company which has been working extensively throughout the UK prison system for over 25 years.

National contributors include:

Contacts

Email: linda.davey@griffith.edu.au

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Last updated: 21 February 2014
 
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