Are you working in Wolverhampton with people who have experienced the criminal justice system? Do you work in custodial settings or in the community supporting people on release to resettle? Are you a Wolverhampton-based artist or arts organisation working in, or interested in developing work in criminal justice settings?
Over the next three years, Geese hopes to develop a network of artists and statutory and third sector organisations to connect, share practice and strengthen the role of arts in criminal justice settings in the local area.
Interested in hearing more about this project? Join us for an introductory session! The session will be an opportunity to meet some of the Geese team, hear more about the project, and share something about your own work / practice.
The session will take place on Thursday 23rd November at Good Shepherd, Wolverhampton.
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The session will be repeated so you only need to attend either the morning or afternoon, not both.
Morning session: 9:30am – 12pm
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Afternoon session: 1pm – 3:30pm
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This event is part of Creative Black Country’s #ShareSpaceBC. ShareSpace is a series of events that invite you to share ideas, share skills and connect with creatives, artists and community groups across the Black Country. Produced by Curiosity Productions for Creative Black Country.