Prisoner Artwork at Bloomsbury

10 Aug 2018

 

 

“Most of the artists are sad, lonely, frightened, angry, remorseful, bereaved or resentful. But, in addition to being convicted criminals, they are also sons, daughters, brothers, husbands, wives, fathers, mothers and neighbours. Very few of them are wrongly convicted or angels and some are also difficult and dangerous. Many of them have been damaged by many years of violence, neglect or abuse and also suffer long term mental health issues and are at risk of further health impairment while in custody.”

 

Bloomsbury was delighted to be part of the Koestler Trust touring exhibition of artwork produced by serving prisoners. You can download the full report on the project, published by Churches Together in Westminster, here:

 

http://ctiw.london/wp-content/uploads/Newsletter-13.pdf

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