CAP has announced Amy and Gary Norcross as the 2023 Guardians of the Arts for their efforts to safeguard and advance the arts along the First Coast. The Norcrosses will be recognized at the 18th annual Spring for the Arts, on Friday, April 21, 2023, at Epping Forest Yacht & Country Club.
CAP Board Chair Kristine Cherek celebrates CAP’s 30th anniversary and highlights the need for continued support of arts education for children.
The 6th Annual CAP Golf Tournament, presented by Fickling Construction, exceeded its goal and raised $132,824 in support of arts education for children in Northeast Florida.
During the busy holiday season, it’s easy to lose sight of things beyond hosting family, making travel plans and finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list. But one of the greatest gifts you can give this season is a small donation to a local nonprofit. A contribution, no matter the size, is integral to those working toward the greater good in our region.
Leading CAP for the past 20 years has provided a perfect perch from which to observe the rise of Jacksonville’s arts sector. As the sector has grown healthier, so has the quality of life for all residents, including our young students and our business sector as well.
The Rev. Kimberly L. Hyatt was hired in October of 2002 as the first executive director of CAP when it was a small organization serving a few hundred students per year. Now, under her continued leadership of CAP, tens of thousands of children living in Jacksonville have learned to sing, play, dance, act and create with confidence.
This two-day collective impact festival, held at Jacksonville University, featured a panel discussion and community concert, bringing together Jacksonville leaders and community stakeholders to strengthen public awareness of arts education and build long-term support for the arts.
Let’s take a moment to honor National Arts and Education Week and explore the transformative impact the arts have on student performance and school grades
CAP has hired Meredith Matthews as its newly established Petway Teaching Artist Fellow in Visual Arts. In her new role, Matthews will provide visual arts instruction at multiple schools and community sites throughout Duval County.
CAP announces a new partnership with IDEA Public Schools that will provide in-school and afterschool visual and performing arts programs to students enrolled at both IDEA’s local campuses.
The Cathedral Arts Project announced today the appointment of four new team members. These new hires come at a time of strategic growth for the organization.
CAP announces its support of the Duval County School District Ad Valorem Referendum to increase funding to enhance art, music and athletic programs, attract and retain highly qualified teachers and staff through additional compensation, and provide proportionate funding for charter schools.