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ATLAS – A Professional Development Program & Art Exhibition

On May 10, 2018, we will feature the work of our ATLAS teachers and their students in an exhibition, titled INTERSECTIONS: Arts and Technology. Please join us there, and read on for more [...]

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Arts Testing? Check check? 123?

“Arts Testing? Check Check? 123?” is Joseph Spilberg’s response to The Hechinger Report’s “Can Testing Save Art Education?” Inside the bubble of the arts education field there is an [...]

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Saying Important Things: CPS Mothers Become Artists and Community Builders

Comadres en el Arte, an exhibition of art and community building by mothers from CPS schools As a part of CAPE’s program Supporting Communities in Arts Learning Environments (SCALE), mothers from [...]

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CAPE Classrooms: Washington High School Parents Get an Art Show of Their Own

CAPE Classrooms is our series highlighting great work from our programs across Chicago. This year, as part of our Supporting Communities through Arts Learning Environments (SCALE) program, a [...]

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5 Reasons Why We’re Still Talking About Arts Integration

CAPE staff members recently attended the American Education Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting here in Chicago, and among the hundreds of break out sessions, we sat in on one where [...]

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PAIR Research Update

Recently, the impressive findings of CAPE’s Partnership for Arts Integration Research (PAIR) Project has gained a wider audience through publication in the Journal for Learning through the [...]

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CAPE Teacher Michelle Livas on the value of arts integration in a high school classroom

Michelle Livas, a teacher in CAPE’s Veteran Partnerships Program, answers the question: What is important about the work you and your students do with your CAPE teaching artist? What is the [...]

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CAPE Classrooms: Students learn what it’s like to have no access to clean drinking water- what happens next is amazing…

CAPE Classrooms is our series highlighting great work from our programs across Chicago. It was a typical day at North-Grand High School. Between periods, the intercom played lively music while [...]

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Like John Legend and Common, Chicago Students Seek Social Justice through Music

Like John Legend and Common, these students use music to call for social justice in Ferguson, Gaza, Chicago, and beyond Last spring, CAPE music teaching artist Ronnie Malley began working with [...]

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Resonance: What does it mean to be courageous?

Featured at CAPE’s 2014 Convergence Exhibition: CAPE students studied the Holocaust to teach us all something about courage

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