Welcome to RTK
Responding Together to Knife Crime
– Remembering those who have lost their lives through knife crime
– Time to meet and talk with others affected by violent youth crime
– Space to share ideas for positive change and look for hope
You are invited to Southside Shopping Centre, Wandsworth town centre, to see our exhibition – in the unit between Poundland and Accessorize – of our art project created by Francis Barber students, under the direction of artist, Eugene Ankomah.
At our last RTK evening, we met Nathalie Pownall, part of Penificent and a mentor in a young offenders institution. She told us about a short film she had worked on – created by some of those she mentors. It has been released on Amazon Prime today!
On Thursday 6 May we heard about two fantastic creative projects. One was by the Penificent team, who use comics and digital art to address knife crime, and the other a visual artist, Eugene Ankomah, who uses a wide range of artistic media to highlight the issue. As usual we began by remembering knife crimeContinue reading “Penificent and Eugene Ankomah”
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