Think 360 Arts for Learning and Colorado Creative Industries, a division of the Office of Economic Development and International Trade, announce the Colorado Arts Partnership (CAP) Grants recipients for the 2019-2020 cycle. CAP Grants support Colorado schools in executing innovation and creativity surrounding their arts in education programs, and they support Colorado artists and arts education organizations through collaboration with schools.
2019-2020 CAP Grant Winners
Beulah School of Natural Sciences
Colorado High School Charter
Crested Butte Community School
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Early College
Foster Elementary School
Green Mountain High School
Inspiration View Elementary School
New Emerson Elementary
Rocky Mountain Deaf School
Salida Montessori Charter School
South High School
Steamboat Springs High School
About Colorado Arts Partnership Grants
In 2014, Colorado Creative Industries and Think 360 Arts for Learning joined forces to launch a new collaborative grant-making program: Colorado Arts Partnership (CAP) Grants. Funded by Colorado Creative Industries, and the National Endowment for the Arts, CAP Grants are developed with several goals in mind including accessibility, building community connections, leveraging school investment, and visibility.
Colorado schools serving PK-12 students have the exclusive opportunity to receive funding that supplements and supports arts instruction for students during the school day. Schools apply for funding for a wide variety of projects including, but not limited to: arts days, installation projects, performing arts productions, and artist residencies. For the last six CAP Grant cycles more than 100 schools have been served.