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‘ART IN PRISONS’ A literature review of the philosophies and impacts of visual arts programs for correctional populations

Alexandra, Djurichkovic,

Published Literature

2011

The research was undertaken on behalf of Arts Access Australia through UTS Shopfront Community Program and conducted over the course of a semester as a Professional Placement for my Social Inquiry degree with the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Technology, Sydney. Arts Access Australia is the national arts and disability advocacy body, motivated by the belief that all Australians should enjoy equal opportunity to both be creative and participate in the arts. The organisation is representative of a network of state and territory arts and disability organisations that work to increase access and participation in the arts for individuals with disabilities. Arts Access Australia lobbies at a federal level on behalf of its members and the broader arts and disability community.

Publication information

Journal/Publication : Arts Access Australia

Location : Australasia

Domain/s: Health and wellbeing

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