Center for Community Arts Partnerships
Engaged... Meaningful... Unique. These are words often used to describe the important work of the Center for Community Arts Partnerships (CCAP) at Columbia College Chicago.
Since its inception in 1998, CCAP has been transforming the lives of Chicago's young people by creating communities of learning in and through the arts. The key to CCAP's success is its commitment to build meaningful, sustainable partnerships by uniting college, public schools, and community. It is through these unique relationships that CCAP and its many partners create innovative arts programming that builds stronger schools and communities, and ultimately better educated students.
Check out these current program highlights:
CCAP Giving Campaign
Please give by year-end 2013!
We want to spend another 15 years transforming lives through the arts! Honor our commitment with a commitment of your own: support CCAP by making a donation here.
CCAP BIGArt J-Term Course
Columbia College Chicago
January 6 - January 25, 2014
CCAP BIGArt J-Term is a three-credit course for first year Columbia College students that supports them working within Chicago Public Schools and community-based arts organizations, while exposing them to the exciting field of teaching artistry. This course is an intensive, designed for students who want to do good things in the world with their creative practice, or those interested in exploring the fields of education, arts activism, or community development through the arts.