Students in our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) based programs across Detroit have a great time exploring and learning through hands-on programming. Check out some of these fun projects they’ve been working on!
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…
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This week’s Doodle of the week comes all the way from the Dreamworks Animation in California.
Zoro Rodriguez is a Character Artist at Dreamworks Animation. You can find more of his work on his Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/zrodart
To submit your own doodles - please email a .jpg and any accompanying information to cap <at> collegeforcreativestudies <dot> edu
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The SURA Arts Academy from the Arab American National Museum toured Dearborn City Hall to give the students an opportunity to not only see the facility, but interview members of the staff about what their role is in keeping things running smoothly in the city. Some of the students’ photographs are featured in this news program. Officers are sworn in at the Dearborn Police Department.
SURA Arts Academy is a youth photography program run by the Arab American National Museum utilizing Community Arts Partnerships faculty designed to teach middle school students about culture using photography and video as their tool. For more information about SURA - visit http://arabamericanmuseum.org/2012.sura.exhibition