Helping young people achieve their potential through meaningful artistic interventions.
21st September, 10am – 4pm
Denbigh Town Hall
£30 full fee/£25 Engage organisational members/£20 Engage freelance members, Helfa Gelf and AAF members
Fee includes light buffet lunch and refreshments.
This will be an interesting and informative event if you are working or thinking about working with young offenders.
Aimed at: artists, arts development officers, arts organisations, youth workers, education officers, youth service.
Unlocking Potential aims to bring together arts, youth justice, youth services and education professionals together to explore best practice in engaging young offenders, or those at risk of offending or exclusion through meaningful arts interventions.
We will explore a range of arts interventions, including:-
‘ReCreations’ led by the John Hansard Gallery, Southampton who are working in partnership with the Police & Crime Commissioner
Engage Cymru Summer Arts Colleges delivered at Parc Prison Youth Offending Institute and Hillside Secure Unit, Neath
And explore these in the context of the recent Youth Justice Review (Charlie Taylor Review) which promotes access to meaningful activities for young people that motivate and inspire and support them to develop skills and gain qualifications. The event will offer an introduction to Arts Award and include a practical interactive artist-led session on the qualification.
Booking information:- http://www.engage.org/newsitem.aspx?id=3553
For more information contact Angela Rogers, Engage Cymru firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01834 870121
Helfa Gelf in partnership with Engage Cymru and Denbighshire Arts Service