The 180 (Creative and Social Investment) program delivers arts-led training within corrective services. Our innovative, creative model – based on national and international learnings – will expand opportunities for disenfranchised and disengaged community members to increase life skills, creative skills, and reconnect back with education and community.
To support the creation of high quality art within institutional settings;
To address behaviours and provide opportunities that increase the capacity of the individual to create new life opportunities and sustainable futures through creative investment;
Incarcerated people are re-connected with culture, education and community, with their continued engagement supported appropriately — within the Centres and within community;
To engage community with CSI through collaborative arts projects — increasing awareness, understanding and support within community for those who are or have been incarcerated.
This program is a partnership between:
For more information on 180 (Creative and Social Investment) please contact:
Michelle Hall, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0428 101 425