Artists Talk About Their Work and Nature

Cape Cod Museum of Art on April 19th

ARTfull Thursday!

Artists Talk About Their Work & Nature

Cape Cod Museum of Art

April 19, 2018  5:30 – 7:30 pm

$12, $10 CCMoA & APCC Members

Join our fascinating discussion with artists Mark Adams, Joe Diggs, Sarah Hinckley & Mike Wright who are showing in the "Preserving the Very Nature of Cape Cod" exhibit on view now.  The talk about art and nature will be led by Maura Coughlin, Professor of Visual Studies, Bryant University.   This show is presented in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Association to Preserve Cape Cod. (APCC).

Founded by artists in 1981, CCMoA is the home of Cape Cod art.  It preserves the work of the Cape’s finest artists and celebrates the distinctive artistic identity of the Cape, the Islands and the region. The Museum is a major hub of cultural creativity that educates, inspires and excites the imagination through its outstanding art collection and diverse programming. It is located in a beautiful setting surrounded by a sculpture garden at the Cape Cod Center for the Arts. CCMoA has seven galleries, a museum shop and film screening room. It is supported in part by the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. 

CCMoA is located at 60 Hope Lane, just off Route 6A, on the same campus as the Cape Cinema and the Cape Cod Playhouse in Dennis, MA. Hours are 10 am to 5 pm Tues through Sat and noon to 5 pm on Sunday.  It is open on ARTfull Thursdays from 5 – 8 with no admission fee.  General Admission is $9, $7 for seniors and students 19+ with school ID, $5 for students 13 to 18, and free for children 12 & under. For more information, see www.ccmoa.org or call (508) 385-4477. Follow on Facebook and Instagram


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