Prison Creative Arts Project

. April 1, 2015.
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This year’s Prison Creative Arts Project exhibition includes more than 400 works of art by over 200 artists, highlighting the talents and inspiration found behind prison walls, encouraging the public to engage with the ideas and images generated by prisoners. The artists were invited to respond to the optional theme of self-representation.

10am-7pm, Tuesday – Saturday, and 12pm-6pm, Sunday – Monday. Runs through April 8. Duderstadt Center Gallery University of Michigan North Campus 2281 Bonisteel Boulevard Ann Arbor. (734) 615-4325.

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