DESIGN E ARTESANATO COMO INSTRUMENTO DE RESSOCIALIZAÇÃO: O CASO DA DASPRE

Ekaterina Emmanuil Inglesis Barcellos, Galdenoro Botura Jr

Abstract


This article aims to present a study about the training project and social reintegration developed by FUNAP for prisoners and former convicts. The project consists on learning through the Design, Arts and Crafts, conceived as a potential tool for rehabilitation programs in prisons of the State of São Paulo where handcraft workshops develop objects and sustainable products of popular and cultural appeal. Social programs with this profile contribute to the recovery and social inclusion; acquires training and employment opportunity; results in the elevation of the moral and physical level of people gathered in the prison units; generates a future perspective of job placement and improvement of life quality; reframe the symbolic dimension of the popular handmade objects through the visceral and reflective Design that brings forth a solution bias and popular handcraft revival, based on the local art of diversity and identity of national culture.

 

Index Terms - Design; Handcraft; Social Inclusion; Arts & Crafts.


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