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 seeking submissions for its upcoming juried exhibitions, “Figuratively Speaking: an Exploration of the Human Form” to run April 4 through May 4 and “Let Me Entertain You” to run June 27 through August 24.
Monday–Saturday; 10:00am to 4:00pm
Extended weekend hours
Sunday from 10:00am to 4:00pm
from Memorial Day through Columbus Day
January-February Exhibit: Opposites Attract
January 10 - February 21
Our gallery season begins with The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod and Cotuit Center for the Arts eighth collaborative Winter Exhibit.
February - March Exhibits
February 28 - March 29
Pastel Painters Society of Cape Cod: Layer Upon Layer
Signature Membership Exhibition
The Process of Picture Books
April - May Exhibits
April 4 - May 4
Swimmers Under Water: Paintings by Anne Leone
Sculpture by Hugh McGraw
An Exploration of the Human Form, Open Juried Exhibit
May - June Exhibits
May 23 - June 22
Bryan McFarlane: Recent Drawings and Paintings
Brooke Mullins Doherty "Release"
June - August Exhibits
Richard Bertman: Kinetic Sculpture
Piece by Piece II
Roger Plourde: Sculpture
"Let Me Entertain You" Open Juried Exhibit
September - October Exhibits
"Backbone" Tim Merry
"Earth and Sky" Mellissa Morris & Claudine Metrick
"Unwinding" L. Michelle Law
Gallery Opening: Exposure; Beneath the Layers
Art Synergies - "Exposure: Beneath the Layers"
The Journal Project - "Keys: Connecting"
November - December Exhibit
Annual Members, Students and Faculty Exhibit