Preview: PCAP 23rd Annual Exhibition of Art by Michigan Prisoners

The Prison Creative Arts Project (PCAP) will hold the opening for its 23d Annual Exhibition tonight. The exhibit is the result of a year of collaboration between University of Michigan faculty, staff and students and incarcerated inmates across the state.

Founded in 1990, PCAP is a Residential College Program that has expanded to facilitate collaboration between inmates and artists through courses, publications, arts programming, workshops and more.

Kerry Myers, a free lance-journalist and photographer as well as a former inmate and acclaimed former editor of the prison news magazine at the Louisiana State Penitentiary, will be the event’s Keynote speaker next Thursday.

The full exhibition will be open March 21 through April 4.

Gallery times:
Sunday-Monday, 12pm-6pm
Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-7pm
Closed Sunday, April 1.

PCAP Exhibition Opening:
Date: Wednesday March 21
Time: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Location: Duderstadt Center Gallery

Keynote Speaker:
Date: Thursday March 29
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Duderstadt Center Gallery

Image: Lee Latham, Boxing Floyd Mayweather and Family, Color Pencil, 2017

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