Call for nominations to recognise Arts in Corrections leaders
Do you want to see leaders working in Arts in Corrections recognised for their work in using the arts as a tool to support the rehabilitation of offenders or their reintegration into the community? This year’s Arts Access Awards, presented by Arts Access Aotearoa, have two awards: one recognises Arts in Corrections leaders who exemplify the qualities of Māui and the second recognises the use of the arts within a tikanga-based programme.
Nominations to this year’s Arts Access Awards close at 5pm on Monday 16 April 2018. The two Arts in Corrections awards are:
- Arts Access Corrections Māui Tikitiki a Taranga Award, recognising an individual who demonstrates the qualities of Māui – innovation, creativity and leadership – in providing cultural inclusion and diversity through the arts within a New Zealand prison that provides and encourages a pathway into rehabilitation
- Arts Access Corrections Whai Tikanga Award, recognising the outstanding contribution of a community group, organisation, Māori Focus Unit or individual working with the Department of Corrections in a prison or community setting, and using the arts as an integral part of a tikanga programme to encourage a strong cultural identity and support pro-social living.
Arts Access Aotearoa receives funding from the Department of Corrections to provide an Arts in Corrections Advisory Service.
Each award has a nomination form. You are able to nominate yourself or others.
Nominations close at 5pm on Monday 16 April 2018.
Please download and read the FAQs. Please contact Jacqui Moyes, Arts in Corrections Advisor, Arts Access Aotearoa (T: 04 802 4349 E: email@example.com) for more information or nomination forms.
Download FAQs and nomination forms