Cape Cod Museum of Art
Cape Museum of Fine Arts
Standing Tall: Lighthouses in Cape and Islands Art (8/20/13)
The Tides of Provincetown: Pivotal Years in America's Oldest Continuous Art Colony (1899-2011) (6/8/12)
Aiden Lassell Ripley (1896-1969): A Retrospective, article by Elizabeth Ives Hunter (7/30/08)
The Collection of Josephine Young McKenna (3/28/07)
Highlights from the Permanent Collection of The Art Students League of New York (10/2/06)
Rick Fleury: Coastal Views (5/18/06)
The Search for Geissbuhler at Cape Cod Museum of Art (4/24/06)
Traditions from the Permanent Collection: Geissbuhler, Gonzales, Florsheim and Jackson (7/27/05)
Envisioning New England: Treasures from Community Art Museums (11/29/04)
Richard Pepitone: Curiosity and the Figure (9/10/03)
Bela Kalman: A Vision Fulfilled (7/11/03)
Carl Rattner: Works in Wood (6/5/03)
Frederick Judd Waugh, 1861 - 1940: From Love to Knowledge -- An Artist's Journey (6/5/03)
True Visions: The Paintings of C. Arnold Slade (1882-1961); essay by Julie Carlson Eldred (12/5/01)
The Twelfth National Exhibition of the American Society of Marine Artists (3/9/01)
A Century of Impressionism on Cape Cod (7/6/99)
Please call the museum for exhibition hours and admission fees. The Cape Cod Museum of Art is located on the grounds of the Cape Playhouse Center for the Arts, Route 6A, Dennis, MA
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