Employer Profiles: Community Arts Partnership (CAP)


The Community Arts Partnership (CAP) office offers MICA students the opportunity to engage in The Community Arts Partnership (CAP) program offers expanded professional development opportunities to undergraduate, post-bac, and graduates students with interests in community service through the fine and applied arts. CAP internships are designed to enrich and deepen students’ experiences during their academic careers, link them to the Baltimore community, and introduce them to new professional opportunities.


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Participating MICA students are able to experience the dynamics of communities through, for example, running an after-school art club at a neighborhood recreation center, teaching art to elementary school students in their regular classrooms, making art with adults in rehabilitation for addiction or by painting murals to beautify a public space. Through CAP, students learn alongside experienced professional in a wide range of community situations, work with Baltimore public institutions and non-profit organizations, and develop leadership skills.