Media

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

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PRESS

Please feel free to read my article Art Behind Bars – how can art make a difference to the life of an offender? in the Autumn edition of The Arts Society magazine:

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Angela Findlay in conversation with Anna King

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A silent dialogue

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Angela Findlay in conversation…

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A Stroud International Textile Event

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Someone’s got to do it: The prison art teacher

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TV

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

RADIO

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