Atonement: 2014 Linkage Project Exhibition
This exhibition of work by formerly incarcerated artists in the PCAP Linkage Project runs February 14-March 14. Image: Evolution (detail) by Eve Anklam.
19th Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners
This exhibition of work by over 200 artists incarcerated in Michigan prisons runs March 25-April 9. Several events are planned during the exhibition. Image: Breaking Through by Daniel Mullins.
Welcome to the Prison Creative Arts Project
The Prison Creative Arts Project (PCAP) was founded in 1990 with the mission to collaborate with incarcerated adults, incarcerated youth, urban youth and the formerly incarcerated to strengthen our community through creative expression. Housed in the University of Michigan’s Residential College, faculty and students work with community members both inside and outside prisons to engage in workshops in theatre, dance, visual art, creative writing, slam poetry, and music. Annually, PCAP hosts the largest prisoner art exhibition in the world and publishes a literary journal of writing by incarcerated authors. With arts programming and events year round, the organization serves as a creative hub for those with links to the criminal justice system, community volunteers, faculty, students, and university staff.
- Ashley Lucas and Eve Anklam on WKAR's Current State February 10, 2014
- PCAP Atonement Project Launches Community Workshops January 28, 2014
- PCAP Peformances and Exhibit Spotlight Creative Work by Youth December 11, 2013
- Atonement: PCAP Linkage Project Exhibition
02/14/2014 - 03/14/2014;
- Atonement Project: East Lansing Community Workshop
- Atonement Project: Detroit Community Workshop