Presentations

26 April 2017
From “design against crime” in public space to “Makeright design thinking for prison industries” – empathic crime prevention through socially responsive design practice.
Gamman, L. – Presentation at Arts and Criminal Justice research meeting, Bath Spa University.

5 April 2017
From “design against crime” in public space to “Makeright design thinking for prison industries” – empathic crime prevention through socially responsive design practice.’ 
Gamman, L. – Presentation to Creative Innovation Across Disciplines, Nottingham Trent University.

december_20165 December 2016
Makeright – Design Thinking for Prison Industries.
Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. – Presentation at Magistrates Association Retired Members‘ event, The Marlborough Arms.

oct-20165 October 2016.
Socially Responsive Design Education for Prison Industries.
Gamman, L. and Gunasekera, P. – Presentation and workshop at National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) conference, HMP Askham Grange. 

septmeber_1622 September 2016.
Socially Responsive Design projects led by the Design Against Crime Research Centre.
Gamman, L. – Presentation to Bergen Academy of Art and Design students, at Central Saint Martins, London.

july_16 1 July 2016
Delivering ‘design thinking’ through Makeright anti-theft bags in UK and India in order to aid inmate prison industries education and build confidence and resilience.
Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. – Cultures of Resilience seminar: Weaving People and Places, at Central Saint Martins, London.

march_20163-4 March 2016.
Innovate inside: Toward Creative Prison Industries.
Gamman, L. – Presentation at Sabarmati Central Jail seminar, Ahmedabad, India.

 

oct_201522 October 2015
Introducing ‘Makeright’ – working with inmates at Thameside to create bags.
Gamman, L. and Thorpe, A. – Presentation at New Nordic Welfare: Inspiration to See New Potentials, Odense Congress Centre.

june_2015 25 June 2015
Design Thinking for Prison Industries: Exchanging tools, methods and processes with prisons in London and Ahmedabad to build inmate resilience.
Gamman, L. and Nahar, P. – Celebration of 3 years of UnBox fellowships (organised by the British Council/ AHRC), Institute of Contemporary Arts London.

june_1510 June 2015
What do creatives and criminals have in common.
Gamman, L. The Misfit Economy (author: Kyra Phillips) book launch at Central Saint Martins.

Gamman, L. ‘Why teach prisoners resilience?’. Cultures of Resilience forum at Central Saint Martins, London. 19 February 2015.

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