NCJAA presents Inspire
NCJAA presents Inspire
Sustainability in the arts and criminal justice sector
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The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) presents Inspire: Sustainability in the arts and criminal justice sector, featuring a showcase of the Inspiring Futures project and a gathering of network members at Rich Mix, London.
On the 21st March the NCJAA network will gather for a day of performances, workshops, panel debate and networking. Attendees will be invited to spend their afternoon in participatory workshops themed around sustainability from an environmental perspective to one considering workforce wellbeing. The event will bring together our network of sector specialists and stakeholders to share and reflect on the impact and future sustainability of delivering arts in criminal justice settings. See full programme here.
Bookings are now open, places for this sought after event are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets are limited to a maximum of 2 tickets per organisation to encourage a diverse representation of the arts and criminal justice sector at the event.
The showcase of work from the Inspiring Futures arts partners will be available to see at Rich Mix throughout the week of 20-26 March. Arts Partners involved are Geese Theatre Company, Clean Break, Good Vibrations, Only Connect, The Irene Taylor Trust, Helix Arts, Open Clasp and Koestler Arts – who collectively boast well over 100 years’ experience of quality work in the field. Partners are committed to shared objectives for ensuring delivery of a holistic programme of work across music, theatre and visual arts, right across the country.
About the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance
The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) aims to ensure all those in the criminal justice system get access to arts and culture as a springboard to positive change. We do this by providing a network for artists, arts organisations and criminal justice practitioners delivering innovative work across the country. We influence policy, improve research, encourage effective practice and raise the profile of the arts in criminal justice sector. The NCJAA was born out of the closure of the Anne Peaker Centre for Arts and honours Anne Peaker’s extraordinary work in this field.
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09:30 - 10:00: Registration
Arrivals and registration in the Rich Mix café/bar with teas, coffees and pastries.
10:00 - 10:30: Welcome
An explanation of how the day will function with a keynote talk from our host.
10:30 - 11:15: ‘Lullaby’ by Irene Taylor Trust
Musical performance of ‘Lullaby’ performed by Irene Taylor Trust with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
11:30 - 12:30: Event: ‘Sugar’ screening + digital sustainability panel
Screening of ‘Sugar’, a monologue by Open Clasp. Followed by a panel on digital sustainability, chaired by Cambridge University and feat. panelists from Open Clasp and Clean Break.
11:30 - 12:30: Event: Drawing on policy with Clinks
Workshop with the Clinks policy team on how to draw on policy within criminal justice work.
12:30 - 13:15: Feast
Buffet lunch with food provided by Indi-Go, Rich Mix’s restaurant partner.
13:15 - 13:45: Workshop: Music with Good Vibrations
Music taster workshop with John Pawson from Good Vibrations, with the gamelan and other instruments.
13:15 - 13:45: Workshop: Theatre with Clean Break
Theatre taster workshop with Yasmin from Clean Break, with a basic introduction to theatre in criminal justice.
13:55 - 14:35: Panel: Financial sustainability
Panel discussion on achieving financial sustainability as an organisation, with panelists from Geese Theatre, Arts Council England and Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
14:40 - 15:20: Panel: Environmental sustainability
Panel discussion on how to achieve environmental sustainability when working in the arts in criminal justice.
14:40 - 15:20: Panel: Workforce sustainability
Discussion on mental health and wellbeing techniques for staff when working in criminal justice and socially engaged settings.
15:40 - 16:40: Arts & criminal justice forum
Final forum discussion chaired by Sarah Hartley, NCJAA co-chair, with panelists from Clinks and HMPPS.
16:40 - 17:00: Performance & closing remarks
Performance by artists from Only Connect, followed by closing remarks from our host.
17:00 - 17:30: Casual networking
Informal networking for attendees in Rich Mix café/bar