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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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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 [...]