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Prison Creative Arts Project

Recent News

A love of language and the process of transforming incarcerated people's words into books

Phil Cristman, Editor of the Michigan Review of Prisoner Creative Writing, shared with us his thoughts on writing, selecting pieces from hundreds of submissions, teaching and his pursuit to understand the Midwest which became a book.

Historian with a passion for social justice leads the charge at PCAP

New interim director emphasizes the importance of PCAP’s daily transformative work.

 

The Prison Creative Arts Project (PCAP) brings those impacted by the justice system and the University of Michigan community into artistic collaboration for mutual learning and growth. We are a program of the LSA Residential College. Founded in 1990 with a single theatre workshop, PCAP has grown to include courses, exhibits, publications, arts programming, and events that reach thousands of people each year.

 

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