Celebrate Harwich with walking tours, art shows in the park, Cranberry Arts & Music Fest at Brooks Park, lobster roll lunch, farmers markets and more!
"Mens et Manus" - "Minds and Hands" - is the motto of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It perfectly describes the spirit of the MIT Glass Lab. Hosted by MIT's Department of Materials Science and Engineering, theGlass lab has existed for more than 40 years. It is a place where MIT students from a wide array of backgrounds in science and engineering learn the ancient art of glass blowing, working in teams and exploring the artistic approaches to glass. Open to all members of the MIT community, the Glass Lab is fertile ground for the propagation of hybrid ideas. Minds and
Started in 1972, the MIT Glass Lab was launched as an interdisciplinary course in the Massachusetts Institute of Technolog's Department of Material Science and Engineering, called "Materials Processing: An Historical and Engineering Approach". In 1985 the Glass Lab was complete renovated and its mission updated realizing its potential not only as a hands-on teaching resource, but also as a source of team building. Today the program features both art and science as equal partners. This exhibition will showcase glass produced in the Lab, cane design, 3D glass printing, as well as some of t
This exhibition focuses on the large and important body of work that modern artist Herman Maril (1908-1986) created on paper throughout his career. His spare but evocative drawings, watercolors, and prints illustrate the Maryland countryside, streets in his home city of Baltimore, and the Cape Cod shores where he spent his summers.
The Center for Coastal Studies in Provincetown is home to the fully preserved skeleton of an 11-year old humpback whale named Spinnaker. Come and learn how she lived, died, and finally came to rest at the Center.
July and August: 10 am – 4 pm, Sunday – Friday
September: 10 am – 4 pm, Monday – Saturday
Spinnaker was born in 2004. Her mother's name is Palette in 2004, and her grandmother is named Compass.
Join our chefs and learn how to make some wonderful dishes, meet our team, and enjoy a family meal together.
Thursday - Pasta, Pasta, Pasta!
$85 per person
4pm – 7pm
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.
Start Your Engines: Cars and Stars of the Indy 500 is located in the Automobile Gallery, which is a reproduction of the Round Stone Barn at Hancock Shaker Village. Learn more about the cars in Heritage’s antique automobile collection.
Wendell Minor’s America celebrates the artist’s four-decade career, highlighting his twenty-fifth anniversary as a preeminent illustrator of children’s books, each inspired by his love of history, art, science, and the natural world. Artworks gleaned from his expansive visual chronicles, and commentary reflecting on his collaborations with our nation’s most prominent authors, scientists, and historians, showcase a quarter-century of unforgettable picture book art.
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.