Cotuit Center for the Arts is proud to partner with the Cape Symphony on a musical journey to our own country, Ellis Island: The Dream of America, a powerful celebration of the historic immigrant experience by composer Peter Boyer.
“Evolution” will run September 8 – October 6. During this exhibition period “We Carry the Fire,” a joint exhibition by artists and spouses Frances Johnson and Kevin King will be featured and the artists will also serve as jurors.
Cotuit Center for the Arts announces four open juried exhibitions planned for their 2018 gallery season. Artists are encouraged to submit works in a variety of media inspired by the themes of each exhibition.
Photoshop is a wonderfully versatile program for manipulating your photos and creating unique designs all by editing pixels. This class is ideal for bloggers, photographers, and creatives of all types!
Intermediate Ukulele covers finger picking, single note melody playing, advanced and novelty strumming patterns, tablature, jazz chords and other fun approaches to the instrument. Arrangements are new and fresh for each new session.
Students will learn basic chords and strumming patterns to classic songs that everyone knows. Once you’ve learned a few basic techniques, you’ll be on your way to playing pretty much any song you’d like to.
Learn how to use your controls, adjustments, and abilities to help you take and make better pictures. Join fine art photographer/ photography instructor Susan Simon in this five-week class as you uncover the essentials of photography.
These sessions provide an opportunity to work in a studio environment from a live model in the artists preferred medium. Artist Jessie Nickerson will structure and time the model as well as be available for some basic instruction and coaching.
Turn that old side table into a masterpiece or that ugly chair into an heirloom! Transform old, unwanted, or unused pieces of furniture into works of art! If you can hold a paintbrush you can master the techniques taught in this class.