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Convergence Exhibition 2020

Each year, we look forward to our annual Convergence exhibition that features the visual, digital, and performing arts created by students across Chicago. Due to Covid-19, our Convergence 2020 is [...]

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CAPE welcomes Phillip Cotton and Kevin McGowan to the Board!

We are so pleased to welcome Phillip Cotton and Kevin McGowan to our Board of Directors! Take a look below to learn more about Phillip and Kevin: Phillip Cotton: As an artist, educator, visual [...]

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CAPE ANNOUNCES NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH WEST CHICAGO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 33

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Joseph Spilberg joseph@capechicago.org 312-933-8905   CAPE ANNOUNCES NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH WEST CHICAGO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT 33 New CAPE after-school [...]

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Dyett High School’s Bronzefair 2019, Featuring CAPE Student Work

A New Investment in Pushing Aesthetic Boundaries at Dyett In July of 2018, Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE) secured funding for a 21st Community Learning Centers (CCLC) grant for [...]

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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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Boeing awards CAPE $40,000 for STEM+Arts in Chicago Public Schools

Hundreds of CPS Students to benefit from Boeing’s support of CAPE’s arts integration with STEM subjects Boeing has announced that Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education (CAPE) will [...]

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North-Grand High School Students Dedicate Mural to Community

On Monday, September 17, 2018, a crowd of more than two dozen members of the Humboldt Park community gathered near the east wall of the Metra underpass at  1801 N. Kostner to celebrate the [...]

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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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