The Falmouth Art Center presents an exhibit of artwork in all media featuring a theme of contrast: big and small, light and dark, square and round, and so forth. Come enjoy the variety of this free art exhibit.
The Lobby Gallery of the Falmouth Art Center presents an exhibit of art quilts by Cape Cod artists. Come admire their handiwork and creativity in this free exhibit.
An eclectic collection of original art including Painting , Prints , Photography.
Opening Reception Sunday, April 12th 4-5:30pm.
Open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm. Free admission.
The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum offers family fun during School Vacation. The monument is open for all to climb. The whole family can follow the museum's ongoing Scavenger Hunt trail. Answering the questions on the hunt through the museum, they will discover a musk ox and polar bear brought back from the Arctic, find out what a Narwhal Tusk is, see Whaling Captain’s Quarters and find out why the bed legs don’t touch the floor ..
Select Fridays and Saturdays in April, May and June. See schedule
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See first-hand the artistic abilities of our harbor seals and take home a beautiful memento of your close encounter. Participants in each studio session will be invited into the Atlantic harbor seal exhibit to learn about this intelligent local species while working side-by-side with a trainer. As part of the day's exercises, your seal will paint a masterpiece using three colors of your choosing. Using a specially adapted paint brush, the seals at the aquarium create colorful paintings with a couple flicks of their head or flipper. You might even get a seal kiss!
This exhibition will focus on the wonderful maritime paintings of Antonio Jacobsen. We also plan to spotlight artists in our permanent collection who were influenced by Jacobsen and to include contemporary artists whom he influenced as well.Friday, April 24th, 2015Gallery Talk about Antonio Jacobsen with Bill Bourne, Head of Americana and Marine Art, Eldred'sout Antonio Jacobsen - 4:30 pm -5:30pmOpening Reception: 5:30pm -7:00pm - Friday, April 24th
Acclaimed poet Lisa Golda Shields leads “Does This Poem Make Me Look Fat?” a workshop on precision of language in poetry on Wed. April 29, at 1 PM at the Marstons Mills Public Library. A light lunch will be served. The library is located at 2160 Main St., Marstons Mills. Program is free, but please sign up in advance at 508-428-5175 or visit www.mmpl.org.
Acclaimed poet Lisa Golda Shields leads “Does This Poem Make Me Look Fat?” a workshop on precision of language in poetry. A light lunch will be served.
Program is free, but please sign up in advance at 508-428-5175 or visit www.mmpl.org.
Jennifer Madden, Director of Collections & Exhibitions, will bring an item from Heritage’s collection of 12,000+ items to discuss its origins and history, fun facts about the object, and how it fits into American history. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions and tell stories relating to the item as we share our collection with you. Come relax and enjoy a drink as you learn about and discuss an interesting object from Heritage’s collection.