Enjoy Heritage after hours as you stroll through the gardens, get exclusive access to the 2017 special exhibit Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views, and, of course, sample tasty food and beverages while listening to music in the gardens.
Artists and collectors flock to Cape Cod from all across the globe, just to see the sites that Edward Hopper painted. Half a century after his death, new generations continue to be inspired by his work and the area that this great American painter chose as his home. Creative people in all fields learn from those who have gone before: while honoring their teachers, they add their own talents and experience, their own selves, and make something new.
Written by Jaclyn Backhaus, Directed by Maura Hanlon
In 1869, one-armed explorer John Wesley Powell and his crew of 9 men in 4 boats went down the Colorado River into the Grand Canyon, not knowing what lay ahead. This great adventure is reenacted by ten women —- the rapids, the rations, the ride of their lives— an ingenious, hilarious, brilliant new play and a hit of the season last year at New York City’s Playwrights Horizons.
Cape Cod Art Association proudly presents the Fourth Annual Master Artist Invitational Exhibit. This show honors the creative talent of our Master Artist Members. These artists have obtained the highest level of membership within CCAA through a rigorous portfolio review and all have exhibited and won awards in nationally advertised shows.
One of the best ways for youngsters to improve on their baseball skills and to work up close with Chatham Anglers players is through the Chatham Anglers Championship Baseball Clinic for boys and girls ages 6-17. Each participant receives a free Chatham Anglers Clinic t-shirt!
The program features eight weekly sessions for boys and girls ages 6-17. Anglers players and coaches lead the sessions and are also happy to field questions, sign autographs and pose for photos. Each participant also receives a free Chatham Anglers t-shirt.
Liz Mumford’s nostalgic paintings of New England scenes and seaside life reflect a contemporary take on the simple pleasures and traditions of our American heritage. This exhibit highlights both Mumford’s signature style of painted tableaux with lettered borders drawn from such sources of New England wisdom as Benjamin Franklin’s Poor Richards Almanac, bible verses, and sea shanties and presents a new direction in her creative work, that of large-scale circular watercolors. Opening reception will be held on Friday, May 5 from 5:30 to 7:00pm
Artist Market on Main - summer 2017
A new and unique shopping experience for visitors - downtown Hyannis.
Meet local artists and watch them work at their craft.
Dive into marine science (not literally) with Mass Audubon Naturalists on a 2-hour boat cruise aboard Hy-Line's Sea Swan and discover creatures that live in Cape Cod waters!
Examine the contents of a plankton net to find crabs, worms and microsopic marine animals
Explore the contents of a dredge and a lobster trap to find spider crabs, whelks, bay scallops and even tiny sculpins!
Learn from Mass Audubon naturalists why Nantucket Sound and Lewis Bay are so full of life
Closely observe sharks, porgies and sometimes even black sea bass