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Is CAPE Truly Unique?

Simply put: yes.  If you follow us on social media, read our newsletters, check out our annual reports, or come to CAPE events, you already know a lot about our work in schools across Chicago. [...]

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Art Walk

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CAPE and the 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial

Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education is a part of the 2019 Chicago Architectural Biennial, collaborating on projects located at the former Overton Elementary School, located at 221 E 49th St, [...]

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Narrative Structure and Computer Coding

During the 2018-2019 school year we worked with students at Camras Elementary in Belmont Cragin to explore storytelling, animation, and computer coding. Below is a description of their project, [...]

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Convergence 2019 in Review

Convergence is CAPE’s annual exhibition of visual, digital, and performing art created by hundreds of public school students across Chicago. This year’s Convergence exhibition was held in May and [...]

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My Chicago: Students’ Perspectives on Their City

At Hoyne Elementary in Archer Heights, music teacher Andre Porter is working with CAPE Teaching Artist Jessica Mueller to build on work he began with his students last year as part of [...]

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CAPE to Receive $65,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts

National Endowment for the Arts Acting Chairman Mary Anne Carter has approved more than $80 million in grants as part of the Arts Endowment’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year [...]

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Get Moving: STEM and Kinetic Sculptures

This spring at Pirie Elementary in the Chatham neighborhood, teacher Kira Jones and CAPE Teaching Artist Ellen Tritschler have been exploring kinetic energy, engineering, measurement, and [...]