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CAP Announces Transformational Financial Investment from the Foley Family Charitable Foundation

CAP Announces Transformational Financial Investment from the Foley Family Charitable Foundation

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.

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CAP to Receive $100,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

CAP to Receive $100,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

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.

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The Arts Keep Kids Engaged and Build Grit, Perseverance, and Teamwork Skills

The Arts Keep Kids Engaged and Build Grit, Perseverance, and Teamwork Skills

Today, American children have less opportunity than prior generations to develop their creativity due to the vanishing of school-based arts education. Arts programs are sometimes gutted because of budget cuts, but most often it is to emphasize subjects that are measured by standardized tests. This might seem logical, but it isn’t.

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Truth, Beauty and Goodness

Truth, Beauty and Goodness

Last year brought more than one occasion to mourn the passing of an era with the deaths of notable figures, from scientists to...

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The False Dichotomy

The False Dichotomy

Every now and then, we get an idea in our head and no matter the evidence to the contrary, we won’t change our mind. We’re like...

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