What does the arts in criminal justice sector need to survive and thrive through Covid-19 and beyond?
Date: Tuesday 23 June 2020
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On the three month anniversary of the day the UK went into lockdown, we will be asking What does the arts in criminal justice sector need to survive and thrive through Covid-19 and beyond? We will be reflecting on the impact of the crisis and ongoing challenges, as well as celebrating the resilience and innovation that has characterised the sector’s response so far. The annual meeting is also a chance for us to look back at the year to March 2020, reflect on our work, achievements and the health of our sector prior to the Covid-19 crisis.
We are excited to be joined by Andrea Hadley-Johnson, Artistic Programme Manager, and Dr Martin Glynn, Writer in Residence at the National Justice Museum, who will speak about the museum’s Constraint Restraint exhibition, which explores ideas of constraint through historic objects and contemporary art, and their ‘Letters of Constraint’ project, developed in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
We will also be thanking the members of our Steering Group who step down this year, and welcoming six newly elected members to the Steering Group.
We hope you can join us.