Our work is featured in the Inspiring Futures Online Exhibition

Our work is featured alongside our other Inspiring Futures arts partners in the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance’s Inspiring Futures Online Exhibition.

Inspiring Futures has been an ambitious programme of work led by the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) delivered over 3 years. The Inspiring Futures project was a unique collaboration bringing together leading arts in criminal justice organisations and the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Criminology. Through a ground-breaking artistic programme in prisons and the community with embedded participative research, the programme addressed why arts interventions impact on the lives of people in the criminal justice system and how to optimise the effect.

The image shows a person wearing earphones and a all the logos of the Inspiring Futures partners and funders

In March 2023 the NCJAA showcased the work and achievements of the project so far through a week-long exhibition at Rich Mix, London which has now been recreated in this online virtual exhibition for audiences to access remotely.

This exhibition showcases the work of the Inspiring Futures project arts partners; Clean Break, Open Clasp, Helix Arts, Geese Theatre, Only Connect, Good Vibrations, Koestler Arts and us.

Inspiring Futures is funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Economic and Social Research Council.

The online exhibition is now available to view from all devices including laptops, phones and VR headsets! Take a look here.

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