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Journey
Exhibition at Crumlin Rd Gaol of mixed media artworks by serving prisoners in Maghaberry Prison, Magilligan Prison and Hydebank Wood College.
Monday16th November 2015
Exhibition opens at 7.30pm

Entertainment by Paddy Nash & Friends

PAF’s Libération showcase event Crumlin Road Gáol a huge success

On 14th March 2018 the Prison Arts Foundation held an event in Crumlin Road Gáol in Belfast called ‘Libération’.  It was an exhibition of art, writing and music by serving prisoners in HMP Maghaberry, HMP Magilligan, Hydebank Wood College and Women’s Prison and Woodlands Juvenile Justice Centre.  This year’s showcase also featured art works, live performances and recordings of writing by mentees taking part in our new community arts based mentoring programme.

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PAF mark Tom McGonigle’s retirement with art work painted by a student in Hydebank Wood College

Tom McGonigle has always appreciated the work we at the Prison Arts Foundation undertake with offenders within the Criminal Justice System in Northern Ireland.  With this in mind PAF commissioned a student who engages in our visual art workshops in Hydebank Wood College to create a piece of art to mark Tom’s retirement from his role as Prisoner Ombudsman for Northern Ireland.

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