CAP held its 17th annual Spring for the Arts, presented by FIS, on Friday, April 15, 2022, at Epping Forest Yacht & Country...
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CAP is pleased to announce Stephanie and Tim Cost as the 2022 Guardians of the Arts for their efforts to safeguard and advance...
CAP student William Bell was awarded 2nd prize at the Crescendo International Music Competition, a youth music nonprofit that aims to inspire individuals to pursue their passion for music. As a prize winner, William was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
CAP will receive the largest gift in the organization’s history. The gift will establish the Carol Johnson Foley President & CEO Endowment Fund for CAP and also provide unrestricted support of annual operations. This investment from the Foley Family Charitable Foundation will allow CAP to fuel innovation, address emerging opportunities or unanticipated needs and sustain the organization’s service to children for generations to come.
The Cathedral Arts Project has been approved for a $100,000 Grants for Arts Projects award from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to continue and extend its Landscape of Education in the Arts in Duval (LEAD) initiative. This work has enabled CAP to gather data on arts education opportunities in all Duval County public schools and map the data on the artlook® map.
On Monday, October 4, the Cathedral Arts Project held the 5th Annual CAP Golf Tournament, presented by Fickling Construction, at Deerwood Country Club. The event, chaired by CAP board member Alan Fickling, exceeded its goal and raised $116,500 in support of arts education for children in Northeast Florida.
CAP has appointed Melanie Hammer as its first Vice President of Strategy and Operations. Ms. Hammer will guide the implementation of CAP’s new strategic plan, which was developed with broad input from stakeholders throughout the community.
CAP appoints Dr. Lucy Chen as Vice President of Advocacy & Community Engagement. Dr. Chen will lead CAP’s advocacy efforts in support of its vision: for Northeast Florida to lead the nation in providing essential and accessible arts education that recognizes, grows and amplifies every child’s unique skills and strengths.