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.
We are currently seeking submissions for our upcoming juried exhibitions “Unsafe: Life after 9‐11”, scheduled for March and April of 2016, and "Tripping the Light Fantastic", an international photography exhibit scheduled for July and August of 2016. Click the button below for details and submission instructions.
Monday–Saturday; 10:00am to 4:00pm
Extended weekend hours
Sunday from 10:00am to 4:00pm
from Memorial Day through Columbus Day
AFCC Exhibit: Balancing Act
January 9-February 14
The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod will host its 9th Annual Member Winter Art Exhibit January/February 2016 at the Cotuit Center for the Arts. The 2016 exhibit is titled Balancing Act, and will feature 54 artists interpretations of that theme – literally and figuratively. All Cape Cod established and emerging artists submit art for consideration and are selected by jury. The exhibit will open with a invitation-only reception on January 9, 2016 at 7 p.m. and will run through February 14, 2016.
February-March 2016 Exhibits
The Soul of the Southwest: Photography by Andrew K. Howard
Shifting and Unfolding: Ann Guiliani
Stone Waves: Sculpture by Michael Dudash
March-April 2016 Exhibits
Delicate Armor: Deb Coolidge
Unsafe: Life After 9/11 - An Open Juried Exhibit
April-May 2016 Exhibits
Packets: Abstract Art by Paul Mascott
Sculpture by John Cira
June-July 2016 Exhibits
Related Visions: Carol White Odell, Tom Odell, and John Howell White
Tidelands: Joan Benotti
Sculpture by Gillian Christy