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Human Rights Center will organize exhibition-fair of art-works of the convicted women

16.04.2018

On April 20, at 13:00 pm, exhibition-fair of the pottery-works of the convicted women will be organized in the conference hall of the Human Rights House Tbilisi (address: Tbilisi, Ak. Gakhokidze Street 11a, zero floor). The money received from the sold pottery-works will be transferred to the bank accounts of the convicts.

Human Rights Center finished four-month art-therapy program in the penitentiary establishment # 5 for female convicts.

The project offered the program of the pottery work, which was led by the HRC art-trainer and psychologist. Health conditions, social status, conduct and interests were the key criteria for the selection of the program participants. 

In the frame of the project, the art-trainer taught the pottery work to the convicted women – production of clay subjects and burn them in the special kiln. A social worker of the facility also participated in the program, who also learned the pottery work and after completion of the project she will lead the new art-therapy course. 

Within framework of the project, HRC handed the kiln and pottery-wheel to the penitentiary establishment as presents, as well as raw materials – clay, colors and different working items, in order to continue the program in future. 

Press-release was prepared in the frame of the project “Complementary Rehabilitation and Re-socialisation Support in the Georgian Penitentiary System” which is implemented by Human Rights Center with financial assistance of the Bulgarian Development Aid.

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