A traveling exhibit called “Lobby for the Arts,” opened at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens on January 8, 2013. The exhibit features artwork and video performances by Cathedral Arts Project (CAP) students from participating schools across Duval County. After its Cummer debut, Lobby for the Arts will travel into the lobbies of area businesses, museums, theatres, and hospitals over the course of Cathedral Arts Project’s 20th anniversary year, from January – December 2013.
“This exhibit focuses on the artistic talents and accomplishments of our ‘CAP kids’ and their teachers,” said the Rev. Kimberly Hyatt, executive director of Cathedral Arts Project.
Since its inception, Cathedral Arts Project has served over 15,000 students. CAP offers multi-disciplinary arts education to nearly 1,800 elementary and middle school students throughout Duval County annually, providing on-site, after-school instruction in visual arts, dance, music, and drama.