Center for Art and Community Partnerships

2016 CACP Logo
sparc! The Artmobile
Paint! Jazz!
ABCD Partnership
Laura Palmer Edwards Collage
Kite Festival
CACP Classroom
Community Exhibition

The Center for Art and Community Partnerships (CACP) cultivates innovative, sustainable relationships with the broader community to explore and expand the relevance of art in public life. Discover how we impact our community

CACP Art mobile

sparc! The Artmobile

sparc! the ArtMobile travels as an all-purpose mobile base for innovative and intergenerational art and design programs, projects and events. sparc!'s mobility, flexibility, and visibility inspires community engagement.

Student/Community Connections

Student/Community Connections

MassArt students engage with CACP and the community through community-based student employment, leadership trainings, and student-generated initiatives.

Community Based Learning

Community Based Teaching and Learning

CACP staff facilitate connections beyond the classroom that address the needs and desires identified by community partners and faculty members. Through collaboration, projects are conceptualized through a series of conversations and planning sessions.

Sparring Brothers

Community Exhibitions Initiative

MassArt students work together with local organizations and community artists to make art more visible in Mission Hill and Roxbury neighborhoods. Current venues include Butterfly Coffee, Parker Hill Branch Library, and Sparring Partners. Artists, view submission guidelines





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