GRAFT’s ethos is to use art as a vehicle to improve confidence, grow self-esteem, and to incrementally transform individuals by engaging them in a pro-active intervention program. Elements and working practices from the Studio will be recreated to allow visitors to observe and take part in the environment, projects, techniques, and journey of HMP Humber’s students.
Work made by visitors will then be displayed as part of the evolving exhibition.
These interactive Drop-In Workshops will be held on April 21, May 19, and June 16. During these sessions, the general public will get to participate in the induction and workshop experience of the prisoners ultimately producing work to be included in the exhibition.
HMP Humber is a Category ‘C’ Resettlement Prison that aims to provide positive resettlement options for those people sentenced within the local Contract Package Area. It provides a regime that is focused on the provision of purposeful activity, which aims to address the needs of the people in our care and help them to reduce their risk of reoffending once returned into the community.