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U-M Prison Creative Arts Project

The Prison Creative Arts Project's mission is to collaborate with incarcerated adults, incarcerated youth, urban youth and the formerly incarcerated to strengthen our community through creative expression.

Core Values: We believe that everyone has the capacity to create art. Art is necessary for individual and societal growth, connection and survival. It should be accessible to everyone. The values that guide our process are respect, collaboration in which vulnerability, risk, and improvisation lead to discovery and resilience, persistence, patience, love and laughter. We are joined with others in the struggle for social justice, and we make possible spaces in and from which the voices and visions of the incarcerated can be expressed.

PCAP is a student/faculty/community organization based in the Department of English Language and Literature and generously supported by English and by the School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan.

The Project:
Anthony has been the PCAP website administrator since 2003. The PCAP branding and promotional materials has recently been completely redesigned and work is currently being done on an updated website.

For more information or to view the PCAP website, click here.

To see samples of the PCAP logo and promotional materials, click here.


Texts Sacred and Canonical: Their Circulation in Public Culture
U-M Department of English V.3—2009-Current
U-M Department of English V.2—2004-2009
U-M MFA in Creative Writing Program
U-M College of Engineering
U-M Hopwood Writing Program
Modernism Unbound Conference
Watching Shakespeare Conference
Responding to the Natural World Conference
U-M Comparative Studies in Society and History
U-M Department of English V.2—2000-2004
New England Literature Program
ACLA Conference
Prison Creative Arts Project
U-M Sweetland Writing Program
Shiga Survival Guide On-Line—1997-2001
A Celebration of Theodore Roethke Conference
Perspectives on English Language Studies Symposium
U-M English Alumni Career Profiles
Williams English V.3 NELP UG Careers Bailey Roethke U-M English V.2 U-M MFA Program U-M COE U-M Hopwood Program U-M Modernism Watching Shakespeare John Knott Shiga Survival Guide U-M CSSH U-M English V.1 ACLA Conference PCAP U-M Sweetland Writing Center
U-M Prison Creative Arts Project, Home
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U-M PCAP Website
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