CAP archives all of its photos on Flickr, a photo sharing site that will allow us to organize photos every week by program (DNAW-EAST, DNAW-WEST, DNAC and Brightmoor). This will allow you to easily share images with friends and family, through email, Facebook, Twitter, etc. and you can download the images for yourself as well!
- 1 year ago
Here is a look at the installations and other artwork created by students apart of Community Arts Partnerships. The work is currently being shown in the College for Creative Studies Student Exhibition on the 9th floor. CAP exhibited artwork from students (elementary, middle and high school) apart of their programs. The exhibition continues until May 25th and it is open to the public, free admission. Definitely check it out!
A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education (located at 460 W. Baltimore, between Cass and Second Avenue).
Saturday - Wednesday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Thursday - Friday 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
We are hiring!
- Teaching Positions
- Part time
- After School Art & Design classes with custom curriculum
- Across Detroit in: Public/private/charter schools, community centers, churches, etc…
To apply, send a 1pg cover letter and 1pg resume highlighting your relevant work or volunteer experience to email@example.com
College student deadline: May 25th
Public deadline: June 30th
- 1 year ago
Calling all young artists! DNAC, DNAW and the Brightmoor Community Center have art and design summer classes available! There is no cost to participate.
- DNAC (high school program) at the College for Creative Studies Taubman Center: 460 West Baltimore. July 9-26, M-Th, 10am-4pm
- DNAW (middle school program) at the Redford Branch, Detroit Public Library: McNichols & Grand River. July 9-19, M-Th, 10am-4pm
- Brightmoor Community Center (elementary and middle school program). July 9-August 16, M-Th, 1pm-3pm
For more information or to register: Call Larry Lunsford at (313) 664-1550.
The image in the article includes the mural high school students apart of our Detroit Neighborhood Arts Corps (DNAC) program created last year at the Redford Branch Library. Students worked with local Detroit artists to create a whimsical and literacy inspired mural.
Below is an excerpt from the article:
"McDonald’s has come up with a new “happy meal.” It’s helping children fill up on reading.
McDonald’s Books & Backpacks program offers local grade school children incentives for checking out books and runs through the end of 2012. It is designed to encourage reading and build on the reading skills children acquire in school. McDonald’s extended the program to eight libraries in five additional communities throughout metro Detroit.
The new participating libraries include the City of Eastpointe Memorial Library, Harper Woods Public Library, Oak Park Public Library, Pontiac Public Library, the four Ypsilanti District Library branches and its bookmobile. The McDonald’s Books & Backpacks program was first introduced in June 2010 in partnership with Detroit Public Library and all of its branches.”