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Guardian of the Arts Award Recipient

CAROL JOHNSON FOLEY


CONGRATULATIONS

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Thank you, Carol, for all you do for the Cathedral Arts Project. You have truly made a difference in the lives of so many children, and we are incredibly proud of you. Congratulations on this well-deserved recognition. Sincerely, MARISA & FRANK MARTIRE

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LETTER FROM THE

PRESIDENT & CEO The Reverend Kimberly L. Hyatt

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Welcome and thank you for being with us to honor Carol Johnson Foley as the 2017 Guardian of the Arts and to raise money to provide access to instruction in the visual and performing arts to underserved children and youth! The driving force behind everything we do is the conviction that the arts matter – they provide essential skills, like creative thinking, perseverance, teamwork and selfdiscipline, that benefit all people in all areas of their lives. This year’s Spring for the Arts would not have been possible without the unwavering devotion of our event chair, Beth Jennison, who worked tirelessly to produce tonight’s event. Beth’s steady leadership is apparent in all areas, from décor to menu planning to fundraising. The passion, creativity and intentionality behind her efforts inspires each of us. Beth was supported by a dedicated and equally tireless group of committee chairs and volunteers on the Spring Council who poured their time and talent into helping ensure not only a successful fundraising event, but also a delightful evening for all.

We extend heartfelt thanks to each of you – our generous sponsors, patrons and guests. We are deeply grateful to see so many individuals throughout our community invested in unleashing the creative spirit of young people. With your help, we will push forward until every child in Northeast Florida has access to an arts-rich education, the kind of education that endows young minds and spirits with imagination, self-confidence and a will to succeed!

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS Chair Heather Moore

Chair Elect Beth Jennison

Immediate Past Chair Janet D. Owen

Vice Chair The Very Reverend Kate Moorehead

Secretary Charles V. Hedrick

Treasurer Scott Wooten

Board of Directors Teri D. Amthor Dave Balz Victoria Ferber Alan Fickling T. Martin Fiorentino, Jr. Carol Fisher

Carol J. Foley Susan Greene Kate Jolley Anne Lesser Lufrano Charlie Margiotta Marisa Martire Amy Malone Norcross John Pataky John R. Ragsdale Henry Q. Rinne, Ph.D. Rachel Roberts Michael D. Rowley Lisa Sanzone Cinda Sherman Darnell Smith Lisa Stinson Judith Travis Tresca Nikolai P. Vitti, Ed.D. Louis Weimer Steve Williams David Wingard

ADVISORY COUNCIL The Right Reverend & Mrs. Frank S. Cerveny Jerry Chappell Preston Haskell Linda Stein Delores Barr Weaver Jim Winston 3


LETTER FROM THE

EVENT CHAIR Beth Jennison

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Thank you for joining us at the 13th Annual Spring for the Arts! It is such a pleasure to celebrate with you this evening the joy and opportunity the Cathedral Arts Project is able to provide the children of our community. It is with grateful hearts that we celebrate you, our supporters, who make it possible for CAP to continue its mission to unleash the creative spirit of young people.

It is with grateful hearts that we celebrate you, our supporters. Please take some time this evening to see firsthand the amazing work these children have achieved. As you view their artwork and listen to them play their violins and drums, remember it is only with your support that CAP is able to continue its afterschool programs, art-focused field trips and so many other enlightening activities for the children of our community. This year, the theme for all CAP classes was Stand Up, Stand Out! Every student was encouraged to dig

deep to discover who they are, build confidence in their individuality and be proud to be their best selves. We hope that message shines through not just tonight, but every day, and that you are proud of what you have helped accomplish. So please, enjoy the food and drink, take a spin on the dance floor, soak in the hard work of these talented students – but most importantly, continue to support the important work of the Cathedral Arts Project. The students are counting on YOU!

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GUARDIAN

of the

ARTS

CAROL JOHNSON FOLEY The Cathedral Arts Project is delighted to honor Carol Johnson Foley as the recipient of the 2017 Guardian of the Arts Award.

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Fourteen years ago, Carol left Santa Barbara to make Jacksonville her new home. She wasted no time in finding ways to contribute to the community; within a year, she had spearheaded an initiative among her friends to adopt a charity. There is no shortage of worthy organizations throughout the First Coast, each of them doing wonderful work, and Carol carefully considered the needs of the community and the various charities that served them as she made her selection. Many people would have been drawn to one of the marquee charities of the area. But instead, Carol embraced what was then a fledgling nonprofit operating in a small room tucked away on the third floor of St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral in downtown Jacksonville. It was an organization hidden from view both literally and figuratively – an organization offering her nothing in terms of an immediate broad circle of friends or public recognition and acclaim.

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In selecting the Cathedral Arts Project, Carol did not seek to draw attention to herself, but to draw attention to the cause of arts education for underserved children and youth – a cause that at the time was barely a blip on the community’s radar. That is leadership. Carol saw the promise in the mission of the Cathedral Arts Project when few people were even aware of the organization or the needs it served. She saw that just as her work helped to bring to light a charity that had been very much hidden from view, so the Cathedral Arts Project would help children discover the creativity, beauty and potential that lay hidden within and all around them. Carol immediately went to work, lending a hand backstage at our student showcases, coordinating fundraising events, and joining the Cathedral Arts Project board, on which she remains an active member. As one of her first gifts to the organization, Carol underwrote


CAP’s famous purple t-shirts – in some cases, the first brand-new item of clothing our students had ever worn. What looks like a simple t-shirt to most means far more to many of these children: it is a tangible recognition that they are artists, that they belong and that they have something to Carol contribute to this world.

It is an honor for us this year to present Carol with this very award. Literally thousands of children’s lives have changed for the better because of Carol’s understated leadership. Author Frederick Buechner wrote, “Vocation is the place where our deep gladness meets the saw the world’s deep need.” promise in the Carol has found a true calling in her work with mission of the underserved children Cathedral Arts in our community, and Project when she has enriched us all through her generosity.

It was Carol who had the vision for Spring for the Arts and the Guardian of the Arts Award, knowing how important it is to few people were champion arts education for all children and to even aware of the For her leadership recognize those who in safeguarding and share that vision. She organization or the advancing the arts believed it was vital to along the First Coast by needs it served. bring attention each ensuring children have year to someone who access to an arts-rich has worked to make sure children in education, we are forever grateful. Northeast Florida receive an arts-rich Our heartiest congratulations to Carol education that inspires their spirits Johnson Foley, the 2017 Guardian of with imagination, self-confidence and the Arts! strength of character.

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MENU AND MAP Deerwood Country Club MENU FOR THE EVENING Slow Roasted Beef Tenderloin Roasted Zucchini with Tomato Coulis Wild Mushrooms Madeira

Guinness Braised Pork with Anson Mills Stone Ground Grits Brussels Sprout Slaw

Desserts

Baby Green Beans

19TH HOLE

Coffee Wine

Fried Chicken Cutlet topped with Honey Smoked Ham and Brie Grilled Asparagus with Balsamic Fig Glaze

Crabcake with Remoulade Duet Roasted Salmon with Kalamata Olives, Artichoke Heart, and Roasted Red Pepper Stuffed Jumbo Mushrooms Florentine

Penne Pasta with Alfredo and Sundried Tomato Shrimp and Farfalle Salad Garlic Bread

D E S S E RTS Crack Pies Mini Key Lime Pies Raspberry Lemon Shooters Chocolate Berry Cups Chocolate Raspberry Frangipane 7

Craft Cocktails & Wine


CAP Violin Students

Wine

Carving Station

Cocktails

Dance Floor

BALLROOM

Wine

Stage

SILENT AUCTION Deerwood Room

Palm Room Pool Patio Wine

Champagne

Registration & Checkout

Wine

ENTRY

Registration & Checkout

Live Entertainment

Food Stations

Silent Auction Rooms

Beverages

Wine, Champagne, Cocktails or Coffee 8


SPRING FOR THE ARTS CHAIRS EVENT CHAIR Beth Jennison

LOGISTICS Darnell Smith

DECORATIONS Beth Jennison

SILENT AUCTION Jane Freedman Judi Tresca

LIVE AUCTION Heather Moore Rachel Roberts

SPONSORSHIP Beth Jennison Scott Wooten

COUNCIL Teri Amthor Lesley Berdahl Cindy Bergren Lori Ann Bittner Claire Blanton Cathy Caldwell Margie Cox Judy Ellis EverBank

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Victoria Ferber Alan Fickling Carol Fisher Florida Blue Manuel Gonzalez Charlie Hardison Mary Hayes Marty Kern Marisa Martire Lucas Meers Dorothy Nutant

John Pataky David Pratt Camilo Ramirez Henry Q. Rinne, Ph.D. Cinda Sherman Shannon Spalding Casey Stamps Carol Taylor Beth Tresca Fuller Tresca Tim Tresca Paul Vranesh Sharon Walker Louis Weimer Harold Weisstein Kathleen Zwart


SPONSORS PRESENTING Marisa & Frank Martire SAPPHIRE Black Knight Financial Services Fidelity National Financial FIS Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation Monica & Bob Jacoby Anne & Bob Lufrano DIAMOND EverBank Beth & Wesley Jennison Massey Family Charitable Foundation Heather Moore Amy & Gary Norcross Lisa & Tom Sanzone Linda & David Stein PLATINUM Jane Freedman Medical Express Corp. Joannie & Russell Newton Michael Ward & Jennifer Glock GOLD Aetna Bank of America Merrill Lynch Baptist Health Sue & Brent Bickett Michelle & Charles Bowen Fickling Construction Florida Blue

Gresham, Smith & Partners Harbinger Haskell Irene & Gasper Lazzara Paula & Charlie Margiotta Miller Electric Pam & Michael Oates Patrick & Robinson Publix Super Markets Charities Linda & Randy Quirk Smith Hulsey & Busey VyStar Credit Union Zimmerman Family Foundation SILVER Mary & Eddie Allen Assessment Technologies Group CSX Susan & Hugh Greene Frances & Anthony Jabbour Jacksonville University Joanna & Jason Kelly KPMG, LLP Erika Meinhardt & John Parks THE PLAYERS Championship and PGA Tour Stein Mart Jeanne & Jim Winston Ellen & James Wiss VISIONARIES Teri & John Amthor Helen & Dave Balz

BDO Claire Blanton & Robert Labenski Missy and Roland Boney Family Fund Marilyn & Pete Carpenter Christie & Neil Chandler Jerry & Bruce Chappell Jean & Tom Dodson Victoria & Paul Ferber Jill & Marcus Haile Sharon & David Hunt Helen Lane Louis Weimer Salon M&R Air Conditioning and Refrigeration The Very Reverend Kate Moorehead Pilot Pen Regency Centers Rachel Roberts Brooke & Hap Stein Judi & Fuller Tresca Mary & John Uible UnitedHealthcare University of North Florida Louis Weimer Scott Wooten IN-KIND Deerwood Country Club Foley Family Wines Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits Wingard Creative 10


COMMUNITY PARTNERS In addition to our sponsors, we’d like to thank those who give generously to support our programs.

Teri and John Amthor Arbus Magazine Susan and Russ Armistead Martha and Tom Baker Family Fund George M. Baldwin Foundation Helen and Dave Balz Barbie Convention, LLC BBVA Compass Foundation

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The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida Margie and Bill Cox The Cultural Council ofGreaterJacksonville Julie DeLong Dottie and George Dorion Duval County Public Schools Victoria and Paul Ferber Alan Fickling

Brunet-Garcia Advertising

Fiorentino and Associates

Cheryl Burnett

First Coast Magazine

C&S Wholesale Grocers

Carol Fisher

Linda Rose and Roy Griffin Carol Hall-Jones The Hearst Foundations Sandra and Chuck Hedrick Claire and R.DavidHeekin,M.D. Susan Hogan Evie Howard Beth and Wesley Jennison Kate and Ben Jolley Ashely Smith Juarez Christine and Charles Keyser

Lisa Cassel

Florida Blue Foundation

The Chartrand Foundation

Florida Department of Health

Robyn Kriemborg

Citi

Carol and Bill Foley

The City of Jacksonville

Susan and Hugh Greene

Kristine Cherek and Kirk Larsen

Kinder Morgan Foundation

Carol Lenore


Carol and David Lombardo AnneandBobLufrano Magnolia Foundation Paula and Charlie Margiotta

Nordstrom

Celestine and

The Ounce of Prevention Fund of Florida

Darnell Smith St. John’s Cathedral

Janet and Ron Owen

State of Florida

Anne and Stephen Pajcic

Division of

Marisa and Frank Martire

Pajcic & Pajcic

Anne and Marc Mayo

DebraandJohnPataky

Jack Meeks & Associates,CPAs,LLC

James Pitts

Cultural Affairs Lisa and Al Stinson Marty Swindell

Nancy and Gil Pomar

Judi and Fuller Tresca

Ellyn Raftery

US Assure

Sally and John Ragsdale

Anita and Pete Vining

The Very Reverend Kate Moorehead

The Dianne T. and Charles E. Rice Family Foundation

Dr. Nikolai P. Vitti

The Jim Moran Foundation

Diann Richardson

Mark Michaelsen Karen and Greg Montana Heather Moore

The Weaver Family Foundation

Courtney and Mark Murray

HenryQ.Rinne,Ph.D.

Louis Weimer

Rachel Roberts

Wells Fargo

National Endowment for the Arts

Glenda and Michael Rowley

Foundation

The Neviaser CharitableFoundation

Lisa and Tom Sanzone

Amy and Gary Norcross

Steve Williams

Rocky Schmidt

David Wingard

Cinda Sherman

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LIVE AUCTION ITEMS PEACEFUL RETREAT IN CALIFORNIA WINE COUNTRY Gather your closest family and friends and head to the West Coast for a peaceful retreat in wine country! Enjoy a 3-night stay at the beautiful TandaTula chalet – meaning “place of peace” – in the historic and charming town of Healdsburg in the Dry Creek Valley. One of the premiere wine regions in North America, you’ll have your pick of more than 100 wineries, as well as a host of other activities, including hiking, golfing and fishing, to name a few. The private grounds of TandaTula can accommodate up to 10 in the main house, private cottage and studio apartment. The pristine gardens, hot tub and salt water pool are just steps from each room, and the entire property is surrounded by vineyards. You’ll never want to leave! Notes:

Must be booked for November 2017 through April 2018 – perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas or Valentine’s Day getaways. Excludes weekends and high season. A $250 cleaning fee will be charged.

Donated by: Martin Sacks

Retail Value: $4,185

BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S You and three guests are invited for Breakfast at Tiffany’s in the jeweler’s famous Fifth Avenue store. Following this gracious start to the day, you will tour Tiffany’s jewelry workshop, where master designers hand craft the world’s most exquisite diamond and gemstone jewels. The Cathedral Arts Project was the first local charity to originally offer this exclusive opportunity. Adding to the appeal of this fabulous package is $1,000 for the winning bidder to put toward travel and accommodations. It’s a unique experience, designed with the allure of glamour that inspired Holly Golightly to famously say of Tiffany & Co., “Nothing bad can ever happen here.” Notes:

Event must be booked at least one month in advance and take place Monday through Friday on a mutually agreed upon date and time. Expires November 21, 2017. Not available on Mother’s Day Weekend.

Donated by: Tiffany & Co. and Heather Moore 13

Retail Value: $4,000


BEHIND THE SCENES AT TPC Experience THE PLAYERS Championship like never before! You and three friends will enjoy an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour during PLAYERS week, including a visit to the Media Center, host venue to more than 800 local, national and international media outlets during the tournament; the Shotlink where you’ll view the technology used to track every shot made on the course; and a meeting with a rules official who will explain the rules of the game and their roles on the course. You’ll also be able to enjoy the tournament all week with four weekly Greenside Lounge Tickets, which will grant access to the climate-controlled hospitality venue located near the practice range and 9th and 18th holes. Also included is a pin flag signed by professional golfer and PGA Tour member Jason Day. Notes:

Greenside Lounge Tickets include daily admission to the tournament. Parking is complimentary for those carpooling (four or more in a car). Parking passes must be printed in advance.

Donated By: THE PLAYERS Championship & The PGA TOUR

Retail Value: $2,050 for tickets and flag; Behind-the-scenes tour is priceless!

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LIVE AUCTION RULES • The live auction will begin at approximately 8 p.m. and will continue until all items are sold. • A bid is entered by raising the bid number provided at check-in and being recognized by the auctioneer. All bids require a number. • The highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer shall be the purchaser. In the event of a dispute among bidders, the auctioneer has the final word in determining the winner. • Payment in full by the successful bidder must be made by cash, check or credit card at the end of the evening. • All sales are final; there will be no refunds or exchanges. All items are auctioned “as is.” All items and/or services must be used within one year, and/or as otherwise specified in the written description. • Please consult your tax advisor as to the deductibility of your purchases. Release of Liability and Disclaimer for Live and Silent Auction Items Cathedral Arts Project, Inc. (CAP) is not liable for any damage or injury that may result from participation in, or the use or application of, any donated item or service. The purchaser of any item or service agrees to, and expressly does, release and hold CAP harmless from any and all claims for liability for any such damage or injury. Donated items and services are under the supervision and control of the donor and/or provider, and CAP makes no representation of warranty regarding the uses of applications or donated items, including but not limited to items that involve or may involve dangerous or hazardous activity. Moreover, to the extent an item involved or may involve a dangerous or hazardous activity, CAP makes no representation or warranty with respect to the availability or sufficiency of insurance coverage. Purchasers and owners bear full responsibility for consequences, if any, flowing from participation in, or the use or application of donated items and services. The event chair apologizes for any errors, omissions, changes or substitutions due to printing deadlines or unforeseeable circumstances. Auction officials reserve the right to package, arrange, and display any merchandise at their discretions, as well as to change the status of silent auction items to live auction items. 15


SILENT AUCTION DONORS A Social Affair Dance Studio

Lisa Cameron

Glenn Certain Floral + Event Design

Adams Street Station

The Capital Grille

Delores Grubbs

Adventure Landing

Carla Shoes

Marissa Alex

Casa Marina Hotel and Restaurant

Hampton Inn Jacksonville - Downtown

3 Palms Grille

Alhambra Theatre and Dining

Brooke Brennan Wellness

Catering by Liz

Harby Jewelers Haskell

Amelia National Golf & Country Club

Chao Framing

Mary & Bob Hayes

Cortello Salon

Hidden Hills Country Club

Teri & John Amthor

Cross Training San Marco

Hoptinger

Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens

Jacque Huber

Angie’s Grom Sandwich Shop Animal Care at Twin Lakes Center

Cutter & Cutter Fine Art Galleries

Hugo’s Fine Furniture & Interiors

Dave & Buster’s

Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront

Aqua East Surf Shop

Deerwood Country Club

Ice Plant

Aqua Grill

Edward DeLaurier

Intuition Ale Works IP Casino Resort Spa

Anytime Fitness Downtown Jacksonville

Arbus Magazine

Bob Dickson

Mary & Gene Armstrong

Rev. Jean Dodd

Bailey’s Health and Fitness

Driven 180

Beach Diner

Cathy Dugan

Beaches Museum & History Park Beaches Car Wash

Ellison Vein Institute Emerald Coast Reflections

Beaches Dermatology

ExecGolf

Beau Rivage Resort & Casino

First Street Gallery

Deane Beman

Flamingo Magazine

Black Fly Outfitters

The Florida Theatre

Black Sheep Restaurant Blake Bortles Foundation Body Balance Institute

Focus Fitness Fred Astaire Dance Studios of Jacksonville

Bok Tower Gardens

The Fresh Market

Bonefish Grill

Friends of Jane Freedman

Breezes Full Service Car Wash

FSCJ Artist Series

Brewz

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SILENT AUCTION DONORS Continued from page 16

New York Butcher Shoppe

Riverside Liquors

J. McLaughlin

Nona Blue

Rosenblum’s

Jacksonville Ice & Sportsplex

North Guana Outpost

Kate Garcia Rouh

Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp

Linda Nottingham

Ruth’s Chris

Jacksonville Sports Council

The Oak Bridge Club at Sawgrass

San Jose Country Club

Jacksonville Symphony Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens Jewish Community Alliance John Kartsonis, M.D. Kathleen & Carl Kraus Lancelot’s Castles Beach Vacation Rentals Laser Loft Medical Spa Limelight Theatre Linda Cunningham Longhorn Steakhouse The Loop Luxury for Less Main Event Entertainment

Old Town Trolley Tours One Ocean Resort & Spa

Seasons 52 Seventh Wonder Holistic Spa Cinda Sherman

Outback Steakhouse

Shimp Sign & Design

P.S. Nails

South Kitchen + Spirits

Parkway Plastic Surgery

St. Augustine Alligator Farm

Pet Paradise

St. Augustine Distillery

Pet Supermarket

Casey Stamps

Peterbrooke Chocolatier

Stellers Gallery Ponte Vedra

Philips Garden Store

TacoLu

Picasso’s

Taverna

Pilates Plus

Theatre Jacksonville

Pineapple Post

Tijuana Flats

Pizza Palace

Maple Street Biscuit Company

The Plantation at Ponte Vedra

Mark’s Downtown

Ponte Vedra Animal Hospital

Marsh Landing Country Club

Ponte Vedra Concert Hall

Marisa & Frank Martire

Ponte Vedra Plastic Surgery

MBody Yoga

Chef Craig Porter

Mellow Mushroom

Poundcakery

Mandy Milne

Priority Couriers

Mind Bender Escape Rooms

PRP Wine International

Miriam’s

Pusser’s Caribbean Grille

MOCA Jacksonville

Reddi Arts

The Very Rev. Kate Moorehead

Deborah Reid

Museum of Science & History

Ripley’s St. Augustine Attractions

Native Sun Natural Foods Market 17

Oceanside Cleaners

Rethreaded

RiverFront Café & Catering

Topgolf Total Wine & More Judi & Fuller Tresca University of Florida Athletic Association University of North Florida V Pizza Jenni & John Veal Louis Weimer Wild Birds Unlimited of Jax Beach Wine Cellar World Golf Hall of Fame Youthful Medical Spa Karen Koehler Zell, DDS


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inspired

about the CAPtivators.

The CAPtivators are inspired leaders between the ages of 21-45 who help promote the Cathedral Arts Project’s mission by raising awareness of the necessity for arts education for Jacksonville’s children and youth. We are fans of the arts, practitioners of the arts and patrons of the arts. Each year, we host a variety of events in support of CAP, which help ensure over 1,000 Duval County Public School children will have access to free, year-long, standards-based programming in the visual and performing arts. Your membership grants you free access to all CAPtivators events, with the exception of Diner en Noir. Benefits of becoming a member include networking with other professionals, attending some of the most unique events Jacksonville has to offer, making new friends and, most importantly, supporting the Cathedral Arts Project.

$60

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Do your part and support the arts - become a member today! To find out how you can get involved, contact captivators@capkids.org. For more information, please visit capkids.org/captivators.

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THE ARTS ADD UP.

SCORING BIG STUDENTS WITH ARTS EDUCATION K-12:

4x

are

An arts-rich education sets the stage for success in our classrooms and communities. Dance

Music

Theatre

Visual Arts

more likely to be recognized for academic achievement

and

3x

more likely to win an award for school attendance

Media Arts

Teachers, business leaders, and researchers agree: The arts add up to enhanced leadership skills, confidence, and grit in children. And that’s not all — the arts also contribute to increased high school graduation rates, a stronger economy, and more creative employees equipped to solve the business challenges of tomorrow. Any Given Child Jacksonville works with Duval County Public Schools, the Cathedral Arts Project, and working artists to ensure all kindergarten through eighth-grade students enjoy equitable access to the life-changing power of all the arts: dance, theatre, digital arts, visual arts, and music. Every contribution of time, talent, or financial support adds up, too. To become a volunteer, assist in program development, or make a donation, visit capkids.org/AGCJax.

#TheArtsAddUp @AGCJax Facebook.com/AnyGivenChildJacksonville

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COUNTY MISSIVES EXPRESSIVE WORKS FROM INCARCERATED JUVENILES ADJUDICATED AS ADULTS

A Cathedral Arts Project exhibition at the Lufrano Intercultural Gallery EXHIBITION DATES March 30 - June 30, 2017

GALLERY INFORMATION

M-Th: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. F: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. (904) 620-2475 UNF charges $5 for parking

GALLERY LOCATION

UNF Student Union Building 58E, Suite 2401 1 UNF Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32224

capkids.org/countymissives

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CATHEDRAL ARTS PROJECT

Venue Rental CHURCH

– located in the historic Elks

SKYWAY

The Cathedral Arts Project office

MONROE

DOWNTOWN VISION

OCEAN

ADAMS

MAIN

LAURA

JULIA

SKYWAY

CAP

FORSYTH FLORIDA THEATRE SKYWAY

BAY

HOGAN

a large boardroom, development center, loggia and collaborative work lounge.

MAIN LIBRARY

NEWMAN

building in the heart of Downtown spaces, including two art galleries,

DUVAL MOCA

HEMMING PARK

FEDERAL COURTHOUSE

Jacksonville – provides several

CITY HALL

THE LANDING

WATER TIMES-UNION CENTER NORTHBANK RIVERWALK

NORTHBANK RIVERWALK

ST. JOHNS RIVER

Office

CAROL JOHNSON FOLEY LOGGIA

HEATHER MOORE COMMUNITY GALLERY

Susan Greene Office of the President

Each space is unique and can be

Work Stations

used individually or collectively

Art Supplies

to host an event, including

MAGNOLIA FOUNDATION DEVELOPMENT CENTER

Alan T. Fickling Lobby

Reception Area

Offices

meetings, retreats, luncheons,

HEATHER MOORE COMMUNITY GALLERY

Margie & Bill Cox Work Center

MARISA & FRANK MARTIRE COLLABORATIVE WORK LOUNGE Offices

dinners, seminars or professional

Offices

Paula & Charles Margiotta Student Gallery

FOUNDERS SOCIETY BOARDROOM

receptions, social gatherings, board

Elevator

HEATHER MOORE COMMUNITY GALLERY

Instruments & Supplies

development, gallery openings and more.

For more information, contact Elise Johnson at ejohnson@capkids.org or 904.281.5599 x14.

207 N. Laura Street, Suite 300 | Jacksonville, FL 32202

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Logic will only take you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.

Fidelity National Financial is proud to support the Cathedral Arts Project’s after-school classes for children in Northeast Florida.

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INVESTING IN THE FUTURE, TODAY EVERBANK EMPOWERING YOUTH

Today’s youth are tomorrow’s future. And EverBank is proud to support the Cathedral Arts Project as it helps to unleash the creative spirit in young people throughout our region. Through organizations like this, our youth are discovering the resources, support and avenues to a brighter tomorrow.

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Strings – Piano • June 10 – June 17, 2017

Contact us at 904.256.7370, music@ju.edu, or www.ju.edu/cfa for audition & registration info.

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Congratulations to Carol Foley on being recognized as the 2017 Guardian of the Arts!

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We commend the Cathedral Arts Project for helping to instill and inspire the children of Northeast Florida with creative spirit and imagination.

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More than a school. Bolles is more than just a place to learn. It’s where students’ passions and interests are nurtured and engaged. Here, families become part of a global community that believes in All Things Possible and The Bolles Way of pursuing excellence through courage, integrity and compassion. Bolles is where students discover how to live life with unlimited potential — setting the pace for extraordinary accomplishments.

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Dr. Arthur “Buster” Browning, Jr., a Family Physician with Baptist Health, has always wanted to help people and is well-known among many organizations for his commitment to improving lives in our community. His caring staff at Baptist Primary Care – Baymeadows is very dedicated and takes great pride in promoting excellent quality healthcare to their patients. He opened his practice in the Jacksonville area in 1975 and continues to demonstrate his appreciation through his ongoing services. His areas of expertise include preventative care, health education, wellness exams, treatment of high blood pressure, administering vaccinations and much more. Dr. Browning has been involved in THE PLAYERS Championship since it moved to Jacksonville. He is now the doctor for The PGA TOUR in Jacksonville, the physician for The President’s Cup and consults for other tournaments throughout the nation, including the Tour Championship. He is the past chairman for the Senior Players Championship and The First Tee of Jacksonville. He is the past president of Deerwood Rotary Club and stays active in many charitable endeavors. He was voted Volunteer of the Year 2007 for the NCAA Division 1 Athletic Division Association. He is a former president of the UNF Osprey Club Executive Board. On April 6, 2005, UNF dedicated the Buster Browning Rehab Facility in Hodges Stadium and Dr. Browning was inducted into the UNF Hall of Fame in 2009. During the last three years, Baptist Primary Care – Baymeadows has been fortunate to welcome two additional physicians. Working alongside Dr. Browning are Dr. Jeffrey Krenzer and Dr. Colin Lacroix, both of whom are extremely dedicated family men. They have compassion for their patients, their staff, and their community – demonstrating a professional and healthy approach in treating their patients.

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Our most treasured masterpieces don’t hang on a wall. Since 1961, the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens has been a community classroom. Our mission to engage and inspire through the arts, gardens, and education is best fulfilled in the minds and eyes of our youngest guests. It is our honor to stand beside the Cathedral Arts Project as a steward of arts education in Jacksonville.

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College of Fine Arts

AT JAC K S O N V I LLE U N I V ER S I T Y

Founded in 1934, Jacksonville University is one of Florida’s few private nonprofit master’s universities — and the only one located in Northeast Florida offering degrees from bachelors to doctorates. The College of Fine Arts provides every student with the instruction and guidance needed to realize his or her full artistic and intellectual potential. Our Performing Arts Series provides world-class performances throughout the year to the Jacksonville community.

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Watch for sparks As a school that places special emphasis on the fine arts, we believe that every child is filled with a spirit of creativity. Through problem solving, collaboration and self-expression, we teach our students to discover their own unique talents and gifts... Because all it takes is one spark to ignite a passion for learning.

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St. John’s Cathedral proudly supports the

Cathedral Arts Project

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What a blessing!

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R o o t ed in R u the rfo rd . “Foley Johnson is a tribute to my family’s heritage and legacy and I am proud to be the winemaker of our Rutherford family winery. My family’s mission is to craft wines that reflect our enduring commitment to quality, our spirit of achievement and ultimately the true authenticity of where the wine is grown. Here at Foley Johnson, I am honored to be able to carry on these traditions.” - Patrick Foley, Winemaker

Foley Family Wines is a proud supporter of the Cathedral Arts Project Guardian of the Arts: Carol Johnson Foley 8350 St. Helena Highway (Hwy 29) Rutherford, CA 94573 Tel 707 963 1980

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THREE CHEERS

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We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Carol Johnson Foley upon her receipt of the treasured Guardian of the Arts Award. She has earned this award by recognizing an organization that is essential to the positive development of young people. We give three cheers to Carol and to all the sensitive and caring people like her who truly love Jacksonville and care for its citizens. Sincerely, MONICA & BOB JACOBY

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