Home Ground is a creativity and wellbeing programme for women who are in the justice system. Each programme uses creative arts practice, such as photography, creative writing, clay work and music, as a non-threatening, strengths-based approach to self-empowerment, community connectedness and wellbeing.
Project Tahi is an opportunity to try out different art forms with different artists, in a beautiful community space, with other women. Participants will learn more about themselves and the creative process.
Project Tahi starts on Tuesday 23 March, 9:30am. There are spaces available for 10 women. We finish on Friday 9th April, and then run maintenance workshops.
Our Vision: Women in the justice system discover their value and purpose through the power of creativity
Our Purpose: Women are empowered to activate social change and create better lives for themselves, their children and future generations
Our Mission: Provide the space and opportunities women need to explore their artistic talent, engage in creative processes and access high-quality arts and artists, and support them to create healthy, happy homes
Our Promise: To enable women to safely learn about themselves and their life stories through creativity
If you are interested in participating, please get in touch (home firstname.lastname@example.org) or talk to your Probation Officer.
You can read more about Tahi 2020 on our projects page.