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Artist’s Profile: Stewart Ennis

Each month SPAN will profile members of the network. This month we begin with Stewart Ennis who talks about his work in arts and criminal justice. What is your experience of working in Scottish Prisons – past and present? I’ve been working as a creative writing and (occasional) performance lecturer for five years now.  The […]

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The Scottish Prison Arts Network Annual Creative Symposium

  Where? The Tramway, 25 Albert Drive, Glasgow, G41 2PE When? 24 November 2017, 10 am – 4 pm This event is free to attend. Key Note by Sara Lee, Artistic Director- The Irene Taylor Trust “Music in Prisons” Dialogue sessions But what do you actually do in there? A session dedicated to talking about […]

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Glasgow Museums Insight Cafe

      …and celebration!   The Barlinnie Special Unit – A way out of a dark time   Leaving a legacy:  Learning from the past, living in the present and looking to the future.  Join us as we explore the themes raised by this new display researched and curated by students at HMP Barlinnie. […]

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Distant Voices

  The Vox Liminis  Distant Voices event is on Monday 9th November 2015 (doors 19.30) in the CCA Glasgow. It will be a full-band gig performing songs written by prisoners and others within the criminal justice system, and the launch of a studio-recorded EP of 5 of these songs. It would be lovely to see […]

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