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Cultural DivisionFundingCommunity Arts Education Partnerships

Community Arts Education Partnerships


The purpose of the Community Arts Education Partnerships (CAEP) incentive program is to expand access to arts education occurring in community-based settings. Projects may include performances by or exhibitions of professional artists; arts instruction; arts intervention; healing/expressive arts; and arts integration projects that promote the development of knowledge, skills, or appreciation related to arts and culture.​


An individual artist or community-based educator living within Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Palm Beach, or Martin County who has conducted an arts educational, community arts, and/or community design project in the year immediately preceding the date of application, and who is collaborating with one (1) or more eligible entities (non-school, Broward County- based public entities and non-profit organizations). 

No entity under this program, or collaborators with those entities, may appear in more than two (2) Community Arts Education Partnerships (“CAEP”) projects per County fiscal year.​

To start a new online CAEP application, (or create an account login) click link below:


If you need to stop at any time, simply scroll to the bottom of the page, "click" on SAVE & FINISH LATER. This will save what you have entered, close your application, and allow you to return later. You can SAVE & FINISH LATER as often as necessary while you complete the application. You will receive a "Draft" of the application in your E-mail box.

​​Important Dates

​​​Application Deadline​March 1, 2019 at 11:59 PM
​Panel ReviewTBD​
​Written Appeals DeadlineTBD​
​Appeals Workshop & Council ApprovalTBD​
CAEP FY20 Project Budget Form >.docx

Application Workshop

February 13

Broward Cultural Division will offer an application workshop for the Community Arts Education Partnerships (CAEP) program on Wednesday, February 13, at 6:00 pm at the Broward County Governmental Center, Room 301, 115 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

The application deadline is March 1, 2019 for fiscal year 2020 funding.