Providing grants, programs, and services to the artists and audiences of Tompkins County for over 25 years
For over 27 years, the Community Arts Partnership's grants, events, programs and services have been a driving force behind the vibrant arts community of Ithaca and the neighboring towns and villages. ...  Read more
Your donations to CAP are crucial for the continuation of our wonderful programs, resources, and grants. ...  Read more
Visit 3 studios on Feb. 6th! See really quite amazing art. Get the flyer at our website. ...  Read more
Amazing free and virtual writing workshops! ...  Read more
CAP welcomes Dr. Christine Kitano as Tompkins County's 10th Poet Laureate. ...  Read more
See our grant page to apply for the next round of our Specific Opportunity Stipend for Tompkins artists. Due March 5th. ...  Read more

Arts Partnership Success Story

Posted January 20, 2020
Mee Ae Caughey has received quite a few grants from CAP over the years in support of her career as a local dancer, choreographer, video artist, and producer of shows! She uses art as an engine to empower and bring visibility to marginalized communities, and serves as a dance documentarian for local dance performances to share with audiences via online streaming.  

And that’s just what she did in collaboration with local dancer, professor, and producer Jim Self with “Visceral,” five outdoor solo dance performances that were video recorded and edited by Mee Ae, and prominent local filmmaker Marilyn Rivchin.

Each solo performer/choreographer (Kathy Lucas, Amanda Moretti, Indira White, Megan Nicole, and Lauren Cranidiotis) performed at an outdoor  location of their choosing with a small audience of 2-4 people, also of...  Read more