The video on the CCS CAP page highlights how Art & Gardening overlaps nicely with our mission and presence in Detroit neighborhoods. Check it out for yourself.
- 5 months ago
The College for Creative Studies (CCS) is committed to investing in the community, and community service is an integral part of our mission. The College is active in economic and community development and in providing special educational opportunities to inner-city students and to all who are interest in art and design.
Outreach programs such as Precollege classes, school and neighborhood art programs (Community Arts Partnerships), gallery exhibitions, and the Woodward and Toyota Lecture Series, contribute to the cultural vitality of Detroit and southeast Michigan by extending the benefits of the College to the entire metropolitan area. The College’s charter school, Henry Ford Academy: School for Creative Studies, provides a pathway for inner-city middle and high school students to higher education and careers in art and design. The Detroit Creative Corridor Center is playing a key role in strengthening the region’s creative economy.
Students in our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) programs across Detroit are challenged to think outside the box and explore new ideas. Students in this class covered everything from the science of mixing colors to creating 3-D characters that were animated and transformed into video shorts.
- 5 months ago
Community Arts Partnerships (CAP) would not exist without the College for Creative Studies (CCS). Check out our corner of their website and explore what else the school has to offer.
CCS offers programs for all ages and CAP strongly recommends stopping by for one of our Info Sessions to see the school for yourself and see how you might fit into everything we do.
Community Arts Partnerships (CAP) collaborates with Detroit community organizations to create art…
In addition to our Blog, we at CAP share pertinent information about our programs on our Facebook page. Check it out and give us a “like” to stay in the loop.
- 1 year ago