The Cahoon Museum of American Art is happy to announce that they'll reopen on August 1. They've missed you and can’t wait to reopen their doors again to welcome you back! There's nothing like the experience of immersing yourself in art, and their current exhibitions will refresh and engage you.
During the past months, they've created new online content for you to enjoy, including highlights from their collection and a drive-by exhibition, Alfred Glover: Garden Grove. But there's no substitute for a personal, first-hand experience in the Museum’s unique galleries.
As they reopen, the Museum has adopted new protocols to ensure a safe and enjoyable visit for you, including:
To celebrate the Cahoon’s reopening, admission will be free for the month of August sponsored by the Highland Street Foundation.
Click here for full information on visitor guidelines and to make a reservation.
Cotuit Library has passes to the Cahoon, so be sure to request them by calling the Library at 508-428-8141 if you plan to visit this beautiful Cape museum!
After 116 days of closure, CCMoA's main Exhibition Galleries are finally scheduled to reopen with all new exhibitions! As a thank you to our loyal and supportive Members, we will be open for Museum Members Only, this Thursday, July 9 & Friday, July 10. We will reopen to the public beginning on Saturday, July 11 with limited occupancy. The CCMoA has taken many precautions to help ensure the safety of our patrons, staff and volunteers, following the guidance provided from www.Mass.gov for Reopening Massachusetts.
Journey: A Mayflower 400 Project July 9 – September 13, 2020Printmakers of Cape Cod (USA) and the Tamar Valley Printmakers (UK) will present a new body of artistic work, titled “Journey,” to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s historic journey to North America. This new body of original prints, created by twenty 20 artists from the USA and 20 from the UK, will be exhibited in both countries during 2020. You can see the exhibition at the Cape Cod Museum of Art (ccmoa.org) from July 9 - September 13, 2020.
Insight into INTERIORS July 9 - August 2 After months of time at home, come see an exhibition curated by the Docents of the CCMoA. The Docents have selecting pieces from the Permanent Collection on the INTERIORS theme.
Events: Cape Cod Museum of Art’s Re-imagined Gala Auction Event in the Age of Covid-19 Online Auction Will Run from July 20 – August 15, 2020 With a “Live” Online Auction Starting at 7 pm on August 15 Absentee Bidding Available for Both Live & Timed Auctions
The Cape Cod Museum of Art is excited to present fabulous works of art and memorable experiences in a fresh approach to our summer fundraising auction for 2020. “Our enthusiasm could not be greater; it will be so much fun to explore and bid on the wonderful art we've acquired for this event by so many well-respected artists, as well as the many ‘experience’ items that are being offered,” says Kenneth Hawkey, CCMoA Trustee and Auction Committee Chair. “We are especially delighted to be offering the thrill of bidding through an on-line auction platform with an international audience this year, expanding our reach and name recognition around the world.”
DRIVE-IN MOVIES ON THE CAMPUS OF THE CAPE COD CENTER FOR THE ARTS
The large central parking lot on the campus will be transformed into a nostalgic pop-up drive-in movie theater every Wednesday night starting July 15 through August – featuring family favorite films. Picnic boxes from local restaurants and beverages from the Playhouse concession will be available for purchase. Modest charges will be applied per person for each movie and the proceeds will be shared among the three campus organizations. The Parking lot will open at 7:30pm and all movies begin at 8:45pm.
Our Creative Outlets program has moved to ZOOM!
July 12 Find Your Essence Through Collage with Jennifer Stratton (Artist) and Poppy Kennedy (Calmer Choice Instructor)
The word collage comes from the French word coller which means to glue or stick together--basically assembling different materials together to make something new. Through some guided prompts we discover different parts of ourselves. Use old magazines, cards, photos, and anything else with pictures and words to create a collage that speaks from the inner you. You will need sturdy paper for your base, modpodge or glue, foam brushes, and lots of magazines, cards, photos, and other paper scrap
Register the young adult in your home for a ZOOM workshop. NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! Just enjoy!
Cultural institutions around the world may still be shuttered due to COVID-19, but fortunately, there’s still a way to browse renowned art collections while practicing social distancing. Now, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico has made 1,100+ works of art by the modern American painter available to view online for free.
Artist Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) is one of the most famous women painters in the history of Western art, known in particular for her emphasis on composition and design over realistic depictions of subjects. The extensive digital collection encompasses some of her most significant works, including her flower paintings, abstractions, still lifes, and landscapes of the Southwestern United States. Additionally, visitors to the website can browse less-seen drawings from O’Keeffe’s sketchbooks, photographs of her ranch in Taos, New Mexico, as well as her rare abstract sculptures.
The digital collection also features artwork from some of O’Keeffe’s contemporaries, including her husband and photographer Alfred Stieglitz, and ceramicist Juan Hamilton. Each of the images features information on the art pictured so that viewers can learn remotely.
You can peruse the collection on the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum’s website.
This extensive digital collection features some of O’Keeffe’s most significant works, including her flower paintings and landscapes of the Southwestern United States. Have fun exploring!