Cotuit Center for the arts houses one of the most beautiful exhibition spaces on Cape Cod. The gallery is comprised of two levels, extending into the theater space on the upper level. The exhibits on display rotate approximately every 4-6 weeks. Most often there are 3 separate shows sharing the gallery space and including 3-dimensional work such as sculpture and pottery. Exhibitions include solo shows, group shows and open-call juried exhibits and feature works by local, regional and international artists. Each year the Center features an exhibit dedicated to members of Cotuit Center for the Arts.
Monday–Saturday; 10:00am to 4:00pm
Extended weekend hours
Sunday from 10:00am to 4:00pm
from Memorial Day through Columbus Day
Please join us for our "Following Fridays" - On the first Friday after a Gallery Exhibit opening, there will be a brown bag lunch meeting in the Gallery. These meetings will include presentations by the Artist(s) and / or member of the Center's Curatorial Committee.
Pablo and Me: Sculpture by Zemer Peled
Marc St. Pierre: Chartfields and Related Works
July 5 - August 3
Two provocative artists create a contemplative atmosphere in the galleries. The upper galleries feature encaustic work of Marc St. Pierre and the lower gallery will feature a new installation by Zemer Peled, created for the space and inspired by the famous cello of Pablo Casal. As an added bonus for our patrons, the artist’s brother, noted cellist Amit Peled, will perform a solo recital playing Casal’s cello reflected by his sister’s work.
Water and Light
Photography by William Scully and Alan Trugman
Experimental Patchwork: Modern Quilts
Melissa Averinos and friends
Fiber artist Elizabeth Gurrier
August 7-September 7
The works featured in the galleries for this exhibit will surprise any visitors who think of photography or quilting in the traditional sense. The photographs of Bill Scully and Alan Trugman explore mysterious nautical themes and the upper galleries feature the fiber artist Elizabeth Gurrier and an exhibit that explores a fresh perspective on a traditional artform: the quilt.
September - October Exhibits
Paintings by Brian Rutenberg
Prints by Christiane Corcelle
Sculpture by Skip Treglia
September 13 - October 18
The Center’s production of “33 Variations” is the inspiration for the lower gallery exhibition of paintings by Brian Rutenberg, who is inspired by one of the foremost interpreters of Beethoven’s piano music, Glenn Gould. The upper galleries feature prints by Christiane Corcelle, as well as new sculpture by Skip Treglia.
Artist Talk with Brian Rutenberg
September 26 at 4:00pm
Please join us for a discussion with artists Brian Rutenberg, Christaine Corcelle, and Skip Treglia, the artists on display in the gallery September 13-October 18. The artist talk will take place on Saturday, September 26 at 4:00pm, with the gallery reception at 5:00pm.
October - November Exhibits
The Enigma of 4am:
Stacy Latt Savage
and an Open Juried Exhibition
October 23-November 22
"Inspired by Giacomett's The Palace at 4 a.m. artists Stacy Latt Savage, Katha Seidman, and Laurie Kaplowitz collaborate on this exhibition of their work, including a site specific installation, that evokes their interpretation of 4 a.m. as a creative crucible, a transformative and mysterious time and place."
The three artists serve as jurors for an open juried exhibit in the upstairs galleries with a theme of the same name.
the Annual Member Faculty Student Show
November 29 - December 24
Each year the Center seeks submissions for the annual Member, Student and Faculty exhibit. One work may be submitted and will featured in this exhibit. There is also an annual members talent show immediately following the opening reception of this annual exhibit which celebrates our patrons and allows us to say “thank you” to our artistic community.