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Nuestras Historias (Our Stories) at Telpochcalli Elementary

This post highlights a project from our upcoming Shifting Boundaries exhibition, which will run March 1-9, 2018, at Hairpin Arts Center. Click here to learn more about Shifting Boundaries, [...]

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The Lunchroom Transformation Project at George Washington High School

This post highlights a project from our upcoming Shifting Boundaries exhibition, which will run March 1-9, 2018, at Hairpin Arts Center. Click here to learn more about Shifting Boundaries, [...]

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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’s Program for the Chicago Architecture Biennial!

CAPE is returning to the closed Overton Elementary School as part of the Chicago Architecture Biennial! CAPE will be teaming up for an event with Borderless Studio and DOCOMOMO-US Chicago, [...]

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Reflecting on Convergence

Convergence is our annual exhibition of student arts and learning, and it’s on right now!  Click here for more details about the exhibition. This year’s exhibition is particularly [...]

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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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CAPE Classrooms: Printmaking as Community Building Among Parents

CAPE Classrooms is our series highlighting great work from our programs across Chicago. CAPE’s SCALE (Supporting Communities in Arts Learning Environments) program provides before- and [...]

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CAPE Classrooms: The Colors of Your Love at Waters Elementary

CAPE Classrooms is our series highlighting great work from our programs across Chicago. On a cold afternoon in February, parents, siblings, friends, and school faculty crowded in and took their [...]

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CAPE Classrooms: Stepping Stones… A Pathway to Parents

At New Sullivan Elementary, near 83rd and Lake Shore Drive, the visual art lead teacher Tracy Netter has been partnering for four years with long-time CAPE teaching artist Juan-Carlos Perez. They [...]

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