Cologne Prison: Prisoners with (from left) Angela Findlay, Rolf Krumsiek (Minister of Justice), Hans Thönnessen (Governor Director of Prisons), Renate Canisius (Mayor of Cologne)



BBC Radio Gloucestershire, Feb 2019
Angela Findlay in conversation with Anna King

The Artist Magazine, July 2013
Angela Findlay in conversation…

The Forgiveness Project, 2012
Contributor to the Forgiveness Project Stories

Artists and Illustrators, 2012
A silent dialogue

Re-dressing Absence – 2009
A Stroud International Textile Event

The Times Magazine, 2005
Someone’s got to do it: The prison art teacher


Hidden Talent: locked away
Episode 1, BBC2, June, 2005

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen puts his classical fine-art training to use at Her Majesty’s Prison Stafford. Angela was invited to facilitate the warm-up day, leading both prisoners and Llewelyn-Bowen through a series of her colour exercises resulting in a large scale piece of work.

“It was staggering to watch Angela. Her ability to enthuse and inspire broke barriers and transcended boundaries.”

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen while filming “Hidden Talent: locked away” for BBC2 at HMP Stafford


Click to listen to Angela speaking in:

Fresh Start – The role of art by Lucy Ash – BBC World Service, 2009

Minutes:11.20-12.56 and 20.25-21.55


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