Create your own fabulous holiday arrangement in this two-hour ARTfull Thursday workshop with Floral Designer Dolores Ahern, who has been creating exquisite arrangements at The Magic of Flowers studio in Dennis for 30 years.
The Creative Arts Center of Chatham presents the October/November Members' Show. Opening Reception & Awards: Sunday, October 14, 4-5:30pm. Exhibit ends at 4:00 PM on Thursday, November 15th. The Members’ Exhibition is a sampling of works from our talented members. Contributing working and professional artists, along with lay members and our faculty provide a fantastic range of styles and mediums. 154 Crowell Road, Chatham, MA. www.capecodcreativearts.org. 508-945-3583. Gallery Hours: M-F 9-4, Sat 10-2.
Hundreds of unique glass ornaments made by the region’s finest local and national glass artists, will adorn Christmas trees in the Contemporary Gallery. The visitor will be transported into a magical display of color and childhood memories. It is a truly an enchanting time at the Museum!
Opening Reception, Friday, November 2, 4:30-6:00pm
Local fiber and textile artists find unexpected new ways to work with traditional materials on the theme of interconnections and things we have in common across cultures.
October 2 – October 6 (Tuesday – Saturday)
Every Friday & Saturday during the month of October
Friday & Saturday during the month of December: December 7 – 29.
The Atwood House & Museum is collaborating with Gallery Antonia for a special tribute to one of Chatham’s famous artists. This exhibit will take you through the life Marguerite E. Falconer with memorabilia, photos and a collection of 15 of her original paintings.
Tuesday-Saturday (closed Wednesday) 10am-2pm Free admission
Lace is a traditional monastery craft, hand done for centuries by nuns for the beauty of the altar and the church. The lace pieces in this exhibit reflect this tradition and are made by sisters and young people at the Community of Jesus. This art exhibit offers a diverse collection of handmade lace items, ranging from sacred to whimsical to practical.
Public Reception, Thursday, August 30th, 5:30 - 7:00 pm // Preceded by a Gallery talk at 4:30
This exhibition puts the spotlight on Suzanne M. Packer, Cape Cod Museum of Art’s 2018 Artist Muse Award honoree for outstanding contributions to the Museum and art community. Known for her colorful still life oil paintings and her white-line woodblock prints, this show introduces us to her recent abstract oil paintings which have been inspired by her days spent painting the various water views on Cape Cod.
Camp Candoit was the WWII Amphibious Training facility that was located where Cotuit Bay Shores is now. Courtesy of the Cape Cod Military Museum, the display will showcase genuine WWII artifacts, memorabilia and photographs to help share this amazing story of service, ingenuity, hardship and victory. Camp Candoit played a critical role during the war, representing an important part of our local heritage, and of our national and global history.
The Edward Gorey House opens its 16th season on Thursday, April 12th with our new exhibit Murder He Wrote - Edward Gorey and the Art of the Mystery. Gorey was a life-long fanatic for the murder mystery genre. Crime writers—specifically Agatha Christie—but also including Dorothy Sayers, Georgette Heyer, Josephine Tey, Michael Innes, Margery Allingham, Edmund Crispin, and Cecil Street among others, were the passion of a man who some might have considered to be somewhat passionless.
This impressive collection of works of local artist, Alice Lucy Ware Armstrong (1876-1952), is on display at the Sandwich Glass Museum. Born in 1876 and deaf from an early age, Alice Lucy Ware Armstrong overcame the limitations of her disability and aspired to creative self-expression. Her paintings were exhibited alongside some of the greatest Impressionists, and her woven goods were sold in Cape Cod's gift shops. Armed with the ability to lip read and speak, Alice pursued higher education, focusing on art.