CAP offers free, online and in-person visual and performing arts courses for a variety of ages taught by qualified teaching artist fellows.
About CAP Programs
CAP instructs, instills and inspires through a variety of offerings including afterschool, school day and summer programs, cultural experiences, advocacy, community partnerships and professional development.
Through CAP programs, children receive free quality, standards-based instruction in dance, media arts, music, theatre and visual arts.
CAP offers in-person and virtual programs to children across Duval County and beyond, including at public schools, community centers and partner sites. During 2020-2021, CAP had 1,402 enrollments through 76 programs at 8 sites and 51 online courses. CAP employed 9 teaching artists, 3 assistants and an additional 3 guest artists. Students experienced more than 60 performance and exhibition opportunities throughout the year, impacting a total audience of 2,385.