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François Matarasso publishes book on participatory and community art

François Matarasso publishes book on participatory and community art



Community art worker, researcher and writer François Matarasso has published A Restless Art: How participation won, and why it matters. The book draws on four decades of Matarasso’s work making, observing, accompanying and researching participatory art in more than 40 countries. It covers the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance and Geese Theatre Company in a chapter titled “The […]

New book covers a decade of theatre in criminal justice settings

New book covers a decade of theatre in criminal justice settings



Newly published Playing for Time Theatre Company – Perspectives from the Prison offers readers a resource for using theatre in criminal justice contexts, exploring ideas of identity, community, social justice and the power of the arts. Edited by Annie McKean and Kate Massey-Chase, the book analyses and reflects upon Playing for Time Theatre Company’s evolution and […]

New book: Life Beyond Crime

New book: Life Beyond Crime



The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance and Clinks are among 60 contributors to ‘Life Beyond Crime’, a new book put together by The Monument Fellowship, convened by The Monument Trust. The book, published by Lemos&Crane, draws together through prose, poems and pictures the assembled first-hand experience and wisdom of scores of contributors responding to the […]