Welcome, Noé and Grace!

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Please welcome CAPE’s new Research Program Coordinator, Noé Cuéllar and new Program Coordinator, Grace Philion!

Research Program Coordinator – Noé Cuéllar

A veteran CAPE Artist/Researcher Partner (A/RP) from 2012-2017, Noé engaged in dynamic collaborations with teachers and students, developing sound-based arts-integrated curriculum. Noé holds a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a joint MA in Media Arts Cultures between universities in Austria, Denmark, and Poland. He has worked for and collaborated with various arts organizations in south Texas and Chicago.

Program Coordinator – Grace Philion

Grace is a recent graduate from Washington University in St. Louis, where she earned her BS/BA with majors in Organization and Strategic Management and Political Science as well as a minor in Dance. While at WashU, Grace honed her research and organizational skills through internships at nonprofits such as the Center of Creative Arts, DanceSTL, and Empower Missouri. She is a life-long dancer passionate about bringing the arts into peoples’ lives.

As Program Coordinators for after-school programs, Grace and Noé will provide administrative and logistical support to CAPE after-school partners, teachers, and artists.

In addition, as Research Program Coordinator, Noé will support research work across all CAPE in-school and after-school programs.

We are excited to have them on board; please join us in welcoming them to Cape (noe@capechicago.org) (grace@ capechicago.org).

Both of their bios are available here: https://capechicago.org/staff-bios/.

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