Arts Access International
2005-02 South Africa
Feb 2005, South Africa, following the work of Arts Access Aotearoa (New Zealand). Initially run under the umbrella of PSE Consultancy.
Promote arts programmes in prisons and marginalized populations; study and advance the role of art in the social sector; foster culture for and with development and the value of culture to society, particularly the value of social and cultural capital, through networking and the importance of history, ideologies and values, with rituals in giving identity and social connectedness.
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