Cathedral Arts Project in the News

2017

Jacksonville.com
Any Given Child – Workshop will help artists conduct themselves as small businesses

Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville
Any Given Child – 10 Questions with Allison Galloway-Gonzalez

Financial News & Daily Record
Nonprofit News: Art awards on Saturday at Florida Theatre

National Guild for Community Arts Education
Defending the NEA

AEP ArtsEd Digest (Vol. 9 No. 1)
AEP Partners Among Recipients of National Endowment for the Arts Grant Awards

Arbus biweekly buzz
Spring for the Arts

2016

First Coast News
Local school choirs bring holiday cheer to JIA travelers

National Guild for Community Arts Education
Guild Members Receive Over a Half-Million in NEA Support

The Resident Community News
Appreciation soiree held for Angels of the Arts

The Resident Community News
Arts advocate honored with painting for new children’s behavioral center

Jacksonville Free Press
First Coast Magazine’s Toast of the Coast

Jacksonville.com
First Coast Happenings: Toast of the Coast

The Resident Community News
Future of workforce is in arts and sciences

Jacksonville.com
Guest Column: Promoting downtown as a community

Cathedral Arts Project
CAP Donates Artwork to Baptist Behavioral Children’s Center

Arbus Magazine
A Battered Violin and How It Changed One Boy’s Life

River City Live
The Cathedral Arts Project: Diner En Noir

Any Given Child
A+ STEM Event

Financial News & Daily Record
Nonprofit News: Mystery Dinner Oct. 15 for Cathedral Arts Project

Cathedral Arts Project
Ceramics Exhibition

Jacksonville.com
Arts in the Schools

The Florida Times-Union
Art in Schools: Thanks to Vitti, School Board

The Resident Community News
Any Given Child awards grants

The Florida Times Union
One of Us: Sally Giles stepping away after 13 years at the Cathedral Arts Project

MyJAXChamber.com
Any Given Child Jacksonville Awards $5,000 to Local Arts Education Partners

Jacksonville.com
First EVE summit zeroes in on how to get more women involved from boardrooms to policing

Financial News & Daily Record
Nonprofit News: JU faculty exhibits at Cathedral Arts Project

Jacksonville.com
SPOTTED: 12th Annual Spring for the Arts at Deerwood Country Club

Folio Weekly
GETTING ON THEIR LEVEL: Theatre Jacksonville educator meets special needs kids in their comfort zone

MyJAXChamber.com
Arts Education: Lift Every Voice to air on WJCT

Jacksonville.com
4 Jacksonville art students win American Vision awards

MyJAXChamber.com
Cathedral Arts Project partners with JASMYN to create safe spaces for LGBTQ youth by starting with the arts

2015

Folio Weekly
Cathedral Arts Project brings art education to incarcerated youths

Financial News & Daily Record
City Notes: Art reception to showcase pretrial detention pieces

The Florida Times-Union
Lead Letter: The arts must be part of American education

EU Jacksonville
Spark Youth with the Arts

Financial News & Daily Record
Workspace: Cathedral Arts Project connects students with culture, improves basic live skills

904 Magazine
Cultural Revolution: The economic impact of Jacksonville’s creative class is a pretty picture, indeed

National Guild for Community Arts Education
Nine Guild Members Named National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards Finalists

Financial News & Daily Record
$100,000 grant for Any Given Child

Jacksonville Business Journal
Best Places to Work in Jacksonville

2014

Jacksonville Magazine
Art Smarts: Bringing creative education to underserved Jax communities (p. 28)

WJXT’s The Morning Show
Any Given Child

Financial News & Daily Record
Full symphony playing two concerts at ‘Musical Masquerade’ Art Walk

First Coast Connect
Any Given Child

Folio Weekly
Symphonic Strut

Cathedral Arts Project
Any Given Child | Moving Forward

The Resident Community News
Hugh and Susan Greene honored as Guardians of the Arts

2013

The Florida Times-Union
Arts education is a reason to celebrate

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Kennedy Center’s Any Given Child

WJCT.com, c/o WJCT
Kennedy Center Partners with Duval Schools for Arts Education

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Spring for the Arts to benefit youth arts programs

VivaFlorida.org, c/o Florida Department of State
Cathedral Arts Project’s Showcase for the Visual Arts

ResidentNews.net, c/o The Resident Community News Group
Cathedral Arts Project students see and hear the arts at The Cummer

2012

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
One of Us: Playing violin helps student build self-confidence, mother says

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Study: Arts organizations had $66 million impact on Jacksonville’s economy in 2011

Jaxdailyrecord.com, c/o Financial News and Daily Record
Kids capture American spirit in MOCA’s patriotic art exhibit

Excelvisualarts.wordpress.com
The duPont Middle-Cathedral Arts Project Springfield Community Mural

Jaxdailyrecord.com, c/o Financial News and Daily Record
Cathedral Arts adds art to courthouse

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Cathedral Arts kids get to showcase their talents at the Ritz

Jaxdailyrecord.com, c/oFinancial News and Daily Record
Cathedral Arts raises $440,000

2011

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Cathedral Arts students attend free First Coast Nutcracker performance

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Student art to be on display at Players by the Sea production of “The Wildest

News4Jax.com, c/o News 4 Jax WJXT
Cathedral Arts Project introduces kids to the arts

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Jacksonville kickball tourney: Enthusiastic adults kick it around for charity

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Lead letter: Arts in school are important to education

Jaxdailyrecord.com, c/o Financial News and Daily Record
Cathedral Arts expands programs

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Cathedral Arts students take to the stage

2010

Arbus Magazine
Unleashing Imagination One Child at a Time

Jacksonville.com, c/o The Florida Times-Union
Cathedral Arts Project showcases students’ talents

Financial News and Daily Record
AT THE TOP, Nonprofit CEO Showcase, The Rev. Kimberly L. Hyatt