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Voices from School Communities: Adriel

Teacher Maria Nava and artist Marceia Scruggs co-teach in the CAPE after-school program at Telpochcalli Elementary School. They recently contacted CAPE program staff to share with us some writing [...]

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Voices from School Communities: George Washington High School

Voices from School Communities began with a query sent by email on June 8, in reference to the murder of George Floyd and national protests. The email read, in part: “I would like to see if [...]

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Voices from School Communities: Timothy David Rey

In response to the murder of George Floyd and the national protests that have followed seeking an end to the systemic racism that targets Black Americans specifically and people of color in [...]

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CAPE Online Learning Week 6

Due to the sheer volume of videos being created every week by our teachers and teaching artists, we’ve decided to change up how we share this work with you. CAPE videos are currently housed [...]

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On Uncertainty

The following was written by CAPE’s Education Director, Scott Sikkema, for our CAPE Network Forum newsletter. Uncertainty and the unknown seem to define our present time. With regards to [...]

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CAPE’s Dérive

CAPE recently hosted had its second PPD (Pandemic Professional Development) for teachers and teaching artists in our CAPE After School program. We began with an excellent presentation by Shenequa [...]

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Inside/Outside: A Conversation with the Cognate Collective

In Fall 2018, CAPE and one of our after-school classrooms at Telpochcalli Elementary collaborated with the Sullivan Galleries and the Cog•nate Collective to create art guided by students’ [...]

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Inside/Outside: Collaborating with the Cognate Collective

Connecting with the Cognate Collective In Fall 2018, CAPE staff members were in conversation with Hannah Barco, Assistant Director of Exhibitions at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries, about professional [...]

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Odes and Tattoos: Classroom Perspectives

How are voices and stories from overlooked, liminal social spaces elevated? How are marginalized cultural perspectives depicted to convey new ideas of self and community that are often sidelined [...]

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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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