Afterschool Course Catalog

CAP offers in-person visual and performing arts courses for a variety of ages taught by qualified teaching artists & fellows.

Art kids

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 and young adults receive quality, standards-based instruction in dance, media arts, music, theatre and visual arts.

Child dancer

Program Reach

During 2022-2023, CAP offered in-person arts programs to children and young adults across Duval County, including at public schools, community centers and partner sites. Through its programs, CAP reached 1,918 students through 122 programs at 47 sites. CAP employed 20 part-time teaching artists, 4 full-time teaching artist fellows, 21 assistants and an additional 11 guest artists. Students experienced more than 47 performance and exhibition opportunities throughout the year, impacting a total audience of 5,653.

Program Partners

Cornerstone Classical Academy
Duval County Public Schools
Hope Haven
John E. Goode Pre-Trial Detention Facility
LFS Head Start
North Florida School for Special Education
Paper Airplane Behavioral Center

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Ruby Beach Behavioral Pediatrics
Sulzbacher Village
The Discovery School
The Morris Center
The Jericho School
Youth Crisis Center

Become a Partner Site

Interested in bringing CAP’s nationally recognized arts education program to your school, organization or neighborhood? Contact Vice President of Programs Luisa Reis at