NEW Artist/Researcher Partnerships Announced for 2023-2024

 In The CAPE Blog

Thanks to the support of our donors, CAPE is pleased to announce the twenty schools participating in the Artist/Researcher Partners (A/RP) for 2023-24. This program provides continued support for seasoned CAPE teacher and teaching artist teams to build on their expertise in arts integration, inquiry, and action research. This year, we will expand our work with more classrooms at Mosaic Elementary School and Pasteur Elementary. 

We are also excited to announce four new schools that have completed the 2021-2023 Collaboration Laboratory Program, CAPE’s introduction to arts integration program, into the A/RP.  Joining the A/RP network of arts integration practitioners are Dawes Elementary, Prieto Math and Science Academy, Infinity Math Science and Technology, and Spry Community Links High School.

Across the city are 45 teacher and teaching artist A/RP teams collaborating with over 1,300 Chicago public school students.   

Dawes Elementary School
Douglas Taylor Elementary
Dr. Jorge Prieto Math and Science Academy
Durkin Park Elementary
Infinity Math Science and Technology High School
John T. Pirie Fine Arts & Academic Center
Lake View High School
Mosaic School of Fine Arts
Murphy Elementary School
New Sullivan Elementary
Newton Bateman Elementary 
Pasteur Elementary 
Patrick Henry Elementary School
Ray Graham Training Center
Spry Community Links High School
STEM Magnet Academy
Vaughn Occupational High School
Waters Elementary
Dever Elementary School


A map of these and all the schools CAPE will partner with this school year can be found here: CAPE MAP

Pictured: At the first professional development session of the school year, A/RP teacher partners met at the Hyde Park Art Center, where William Estrada  presented his exhibition  and led an art-making workshop on connecting arts integration work with Social and Emotional Learning, which opened up CAPE’s research theme and professional development focus for this year.

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