The Cathedral Arts Project primarily partners with schools and community centers where 75% or more of the students qualify for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program. During 2019-2020, CAP served a total of 1,202 students through 52 afterschool, school day and summer programs. Through its program portfolio, CAP provides a variety of offerings to the community in order to instruct, instill and inspire.

This year, CAP is offering free, online visual and performing arts courses for a variety of ages taught by qualified teaching artist fellows. Courses will include both live online classes and pre-recorded content. Capacity is limited to ensure quality instruction and maximize time with the teaching artist and classmates. Students will connect with others their age and benefit from the lasting effects of arts education just as they would in an in-person CAP class. 

View the Course Catalog page to learn more.

In addition, CAP will continue in-person and virtual programs for select partner sites like James Weldon Johnson College Preparatory Middle School, the John E. Goode Pre-Trial Detention Facility, LaVilla School of the Arts and the Youth Crisis Center.

View information on our Arts for Justice-Involved Youth program here.

Become a Partner Site

Interested in bringing our nationally recognized afterschool arts education program to your school, organization or neighborhood? Please contact Senior Director of Programs Kristin Livingston at