Art From South Africa’s Prisons

Stephanie McKee, a summer 2012 Alice Rowan Swanson fellow, recently returned from her project in South Africa where she created a collaborative series of artwork with prison inmates from the KwaZulu Natal Prison and interned with the Phoenix Zululand Restorative Justice Organization.

Applications for the next round of the Alice Rowan Swanson Fellowship, which returns SIT Study Abroad alumni to the countries where they studied, are due on October 1st.

Learn more about Stephanie’s project in the video below, take a look at some of the inmate’s paintings at a new site McKee created to showcase their work or click here to download an application.

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