Art Behind Bars | Half Term Activities in Shrewsbury

Art Behind Bars | Half Term Activities in Shrewsbury

Unveiling Art Behind Bars: Shrewsbury Prison Art Experience

Step into a world where creativity knows no limits, even within the confines of Shrewsbury Prison. This May Half Term, discover the extraordinary with FREE access to Art Behind Bars when attending Shrewsbury Prison with a valid entry ticket. Unleash your artistic side in four specially curated workshops, like “Prison Pictures” and “Matchstick Mayhem,” where imagination takes centre stage. From turning fingerprints into vibrant canvases to crafting your own furry friend, there’s something for every member of the family to enjoy. Join us for an unforgettable experience that celebrates the power of creativity.

May Half Term Art Behind Bars

A Blend of History and Creativity

Immerse yourself in history while exploring the vibrant world of art. As you wander through the prison’s corridors, the stories of former inmates intertwine with the artworks on display. Each workshop is designed to educate and inspire, using the prison’s rich historical backdrop to enhance your experience.

Family enjoying a Self Guided Tour of Shrewsbury Prison

Supporting Rehabilitation Through Art

Beyond creativity, Art Behind Bars serves a deeper purpose: supporting inmate rehabilitation. By showcasing prisoner-created artworks, we raise awareness about the transformative impact of art in carceral settings. Your participation contributes to healing and growth among incarcerated individuals.

May Half Term - Art Behind Bars Workshops

Join the Artistic Revolution

Art Behind Bars isn’t just an exhibition; it’s a journey of discovery and empowerment. Whether you’re an art enthusiast or a curious mind, this immersive experience invites you to be part of something extraordinary. Unleash your creativity, explore history, and make a positive impact.

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