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Perspective(s) 2024

Tuesday, April 2, 11:00 am - Thursday, April 25, 4:00 pm

An exhibition of student creativity and learning. Featuring elementary and high school student artworks from CAPE’s after-school programs in Chicago and West Chicago public schools!

On view from April 2nd-25th, Tuesday-Friday, 11am-4pm or by appointment contact info@capechicago.org

The exhibition celebrates learning through arts integration and collaborations between students, teaching artists, classroom teachers, and school staff at Ashe Elementary, Dyett High School for the Arts, George Washington High School, New Sullivan Elementary, North-Grand High School, Taylor Elementary, Telpochcalli Elementary, and Waters Elementary in Chicago; and Gary Elementary, Leman Middle School, Turner Elementary, and Pioneer Elementary in West Chicago.

About the Program

Since 2004, CAPE’s after-school program Supporting Communities through Arts Learning Environment (SCALE), re-envisions and activates the school as a site for arts, learning, and for family and community members.

The program partners teaching artists with teachers to develop an original curriculum that supports project-based arts-integrated learning. As a laboratory for in-school learning, after-school students weave academic and social emotional learning with various art disciplines and teachers are able to experiment with academic content and pedagogical strategies.

SCALE is supported by the Illinois State Board of Education’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers program and by the Albert & Anne Mansfield Family Foundation.


Tuesday, April 2, 11:00 am
Thursday, April 25, 4:00 pm
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Chicago Arts Partnerships in Education
(312) 870-6140
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1010 W 35th Street, Suite 697
Chicago, IL 60609-1401 United States
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(312) 870-6140
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