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Since 2016, Cape Cod Collaborative Arts Network (CapeCodCAN) has been an independently-run program under the Center's non-profit umbrella. The merger of the two nonprofits is a natural fit, providing opportunities for artists on the Cape living with disabilities.

CapeCodCAN provides opportunities for inclusion and active participation in the arts for people with disabilities on Cape Cod.

CapeCodCAN serves more than 500 people each year through various art activities including art lessons, gallery shows, public art creation, talent shows, and theatrical performances.

Upcoming CCCAN Classes!

Classes for Grades 3-5

Nov 7 Sharpie Tie Dye Tees
Nov 14 Crushed Can Mixed Media Art
Nov 21 Pinecone Fairies

Classes for Teens & Adults

Nov. 7 Mason Jar Lid Suncatchers
Nov 14 Gratitude Jars
Nov 21 Silhouette Painting

Registered students will be emailed releases and an emergency contact form. Click here to print them out now. Please fill out all 3 pages and bring them to class. Thank you!

Ccan Collage

Through participation in the arts, people with disabilities use their talents and abilities to express themselves and connect with others. Engaging in rewarding art experiences have a host of benefits, including improved social skills and increased self-confidence and self-worth. Not only do participants gain inspiration from this program, but so do our audiences.

Please donate to CapeCodCAN today so we can continue this important work.

CapeCodCan is an independent program of Cotuit Center for the Arts.
100% of donations made through this link support CapeCodCan.