COALITION FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS IN THE PERFORMING ARTS

"Bringing Color to the Classics"
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ABOUT THE PROGRAM

 

CAAPA enjoys “Bringing Color to the Classics” to the youth in the community with a seasoned and dedicated staff of professional musicians.

 

Youth participants will have the opportunity to engage in the following creative expressions:

 

  • Music
  • Opera
  • Dance
  • Acting
  • Theater
  • Backstage
  • Creative Writing

Social Benefits:

 

Building Self Esteem

Creative Problem Solving

Literacy Skills

Enrichment Experiences

Encouraging Activities

Inspirational Programming

 

 

CAAPA CAMP will also feature a FINAL SHOWCASE and PERFORMANCE for parents, family, and friends.

At CAAPA CAMP we are cultivating  artists, musicians, and performers in an all inclusive week of performance arts.

  • Musical Theater
  • Multi-Media
  • Outdoor Fun
  • Movement
  • Crafts
  • Sports
  • Sports
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CAAPA C.A.M.P. NORTH:

CAAPA C.A.M.P. North is made possible with a generous grant from The LEARN Foundation (The Landover Educational Athletic Recreational Nonprofit).

 

ABOUT The LEARN Foundation:  LEARN (Landover Educational Recreational Athletic NonProfit) was established in 1996 to support education programs for Prince George's County youth residing in the vicinity of FedEx Field stadium. Since its inception, the LEARN Foundation has awarded close to $1 million in scholarships and grants to Prince George’s County students and community organizations.  Embedded in the foundation’s mission is the belief that the future is now, and that through partnerships and collaboration young people residing in the targeted areas can benefit through post-secondary education opportunities.

 

CAAPA C.A.M.P. North is housed at the CAAPA Cultural Center (CCC), Dodge Park Elementary School, 3401 Hubbard Road, Landover, Maryland. 20785. 301-839-1444.

 

CAAPA C.A.M.P. SOUTH:

CAAPA C.A.M.P. South is made possible with a generous grant from the Prince George’s County Local Development Council (PGCLDC).

 

ABOUT the Prince George’s County Local Development Council (PGCLDC):  The PGCLDC Local Impact Grant Program supports non-profits that serve Prince George’s County in the defined impact area around MGM National Harbor. The PGCLDC was created by state law as a mechanism for ensuring the public is engaged and has input into how the government mitigates any negative impacts a new gaming facility may have on the surrounding area. According to state law, each jurisdiction where a gaming license is in operation must establish a local development council.

 

CAAPA C.A.M.P. South is located at the CAAPA Cultural Center (CCC), which is housed at Henson Valley Christian Church, 1900 Tucker Road, Fort Washington, MD 20744 (left side of the building). Parents or guardians must pick off and drop off daily and in a timely manner.

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About The LEARN Foundation:

 

LEARN was established in 1996 to support education programs for Prince George's County youth residing in the vicinity of FedEx Field stadium. Since its inception, the LEARN Foundation has awarded close to $1 million in scholarships and grants to Prince George’s County students and community organizations.  Embedded in the foundation’s mission is the belief that the future is now, and that through partnerships and collaboration young people residing in the targeted areas can benefit through post-secondary education opportunities.

 

About Prince George’s County Local Development Council (PGCLDC):  The Local Impact Grant Program supports non-profits that serve Prince George’s County in the defined impact area around MGM National Harbor. The PGCLDC was created by state law as a mechanism for ensuring the public is engaged and has input into how the government mitigates any negative impacts a new gaming facility may have on the surrounding area. According to state law, each jurisdiction where a gaming license is in operation must establish a local development council.

 

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