Cape Cod: An Artist's View - Women Artists Meet & Greet

March 15th at Cape Cod Maritime Museum

In honor of National Women’s Month, the Cape Cod Maritime Museum is hosting a Women Artists Meet & Greet with the women artists featured in our current art exhibit, Cape Cod: An Artist’s View.

The event will take place on Friday, March 15 and is free and open to the public. Beginning at 5:30, light refreshments will be served, and guests will have the opportunity to mingle, open house-style.

At 6:15, each of the artists involved in our exhibit will give a brief discussion about their art and what inspires them, and visitors will have the chance to ask questions and join the conversation.

Cape Cod: An Artist’s View is a collection of paintings, drawings, photography and sculpture by local artists. Our beautiful beaches, oceans, bays and ponds have inspired these artists and informed their work.

Our featured women artists include Betsy Payne Cook, Alexandra Curtiss, Antonia DaSilva and Joyce K. Groemmer.

In 2018, Cape Cod Maritime Museum and Wood Boat Shop celebrated its 20th anniversary of preserving, protecting and promoting the maritime history and tradition of wood boat building on Cape Cod. The museum offers permanent and rotating exhibits, interactive maritime-themed activities and a fine arts gallery. The Cook Boat Shop is a working exhibit space for traditional and contemporary wood boat building and includes restoration projects on historic Cape Cod water craft. The Historic Wood Boat Shed holds the only collection of all wooden boats native to Cape Cod. The museum is also home to “Sarah,” a Crosby catboat replica, and a gift shop featuring unique and beautiful maritime themed gifts, books and apparel.

Cape Cod: An Artist’s View

Women Artists Meet & Greet

Friday, March 15, 5:30 pm

Fine Art Gallery at the Cape Cod Maritime Museum

Free admission


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