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Geese Theatre Company is recruiting

Geese Theatre Company is recruiting



Geese Theatre Company is seeking one male Actor / Groupworker to join its Birmingham-based team. Geese Theatre Company is a team of actors and groupworkers that present interactive drama and conduct workshops, staff training and consultation within the criminal justice system and wider social welfare settings. The company has earned an international reputation for innovative […]

Introduction to playwriting course

Introduction to playwriting course



Everyone has a story to tell. What’s yours? Synergy Theatre Project is recruiting for its latest Introduction to playwriting course. The course is for people with lived experience of the criminal justice system and is free to attend. Meetings will be held on Wednesday evenings (from 9th October to 11th December 2019) at the Royal […]

New recording studio to support people upon release

New recording studio to support people upon release



Prison-based record label InHouse Records has been awarded a £90,000 loan from Nesta‘s Cultural Impact Development Fund. The loan will extend its services from behind bars to ongoing support for people upon release. The loan will enable a new hub, in the form of a pop-up and recording studio, to serve as a safe space for graduates of […]

Join our team

Join our team



Please note this position is now closed Project Manager 4 days a week, £30,689 (FTE £37,849) London Closing date: 2nd September 2019, 5pm We are looking for an experienced Project Manager to deliver and measure the impact of a number of National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) projects. The post holder will be responsible for […]

Art at HMP Grendon – Ikon’s new artist in residence

Art at HMP Grendon – Ikon’s new artist in residence



Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery has announced Dean Kelland as its artist in residence for the next three years at HMP Grendon, Buckinghamshire. Kelland is Ikon’s third artist’s residency at HMP Grendon, following Edmund Clark‘s residency from 2014 to 2019. Kelland will continue to support artistic practice for the prison community alongside developing his own work. In […]

Call out for artists delivering work with young people in West Mercia

Call out for artists delivering work with young people in West Mercia



Do you provide arts programmes or activities for young people at risk of offending? Would you be interested in delivering work in Herefordshire, Shropshire or Worcestershire from 2020? Arts in probation settings West Mercia Police and Crime Commissioner is entering its fourth year of funding arts programmes in probation settings in Worcestershire. Previous grants have […]

Join Inspiring Futures as a Research Associate

Join Inspiring Futures as a Research Associate



Please note this position is now closed The University of Cambridge’s Institute of Criminology seeks to appoint a Research Assistant/Associate [£26,243 – £39,609, full time, Cambridge] for a three-year programme titled Inspiring Futures Footprint. Inspiring Futures Inspiring Futures Footprint is the research component of Inspiring Futures, a National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) initiative to […]

Music and mentoring at HMP Drake Hall

Music and mentoring at HMP Drake Hall



For the last two years Changing Tunes Midlands (CTM) has been bringing musicians-in-residence into prisons across their region. Based on a model using a therapeutic approach to teaching music and mentoring developed over 30 years of experience from Changing Tunes in Bristol, CTM has migrated this service to the Midlands. The charity now has musicians-in-residence […]