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Chicago’s Year of Creative Youth

Mayor Emanuel and the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events have designated 2018 as the Year of Creative Youth – a citywide celebration of Chicago’s young artists and the [...]

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Boeing Grants $50 Million+ to CAPE and other Nonprofits Worldwide

On November 2, 2017, Boeing announced more than $50 million in grants to more than 500 nonprofit organizations across 50 countries globally, including Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education. The [...]

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Updates on our 2017-2018 In-School Partnerships

Lots of our classroom partnerships are up and running, so we wanted to provide and update for each of our in-school programs. Read on to learn what’s happening this school year in our [...]

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CAPE Updates: Welcome our three newest board members!

We at CAPE are pleased to welcome Melonie Boone, Tom Silva, and Igor Vasquez to our Board of Directors! These three newcomers bring an array of talents and expertise to the CAPE Board, and we [...]

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CAPE Events: Special Education High School Professional Development Series

Educators, please join us for a free series of special education high school professional development sessions that will provide innovative and practical strategies for approaching arts [...]

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Students Pin Their Identity to the Wall and Transform a School

How an installation art project created a dynamic space for a diverse group of students, teachers, and artists to learn together and explore culture and identity