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Recent Free On Demand Content

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A showcase of our recent free streaming content. Featuring an archive of our live streamed events that you can watch on demand. We bring the best of what Cotuit Center for the Arts has to offer right to your phone or living room.

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Christmas in Cotuit

It’s Christmas in Cotuit!

Cotuit Center for the Arts is proud to collaborate with the Cotuit-Santuit Civic Association in a virtual tree lighting and performance of holiday classics performed by Carolers you have seen in many of the Center’s productions.

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Hope for the Holidays

Hope Henderson, Candy, Taffy and Mister Tinsel deliver a message of Hope for the Holidays. Join us for music, cocktail recipes, and messages of hope and love of Cotuit Center for the Arts.

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Cotuit Cocktail Hour with Emily Wade Adams and Malcolm Granger

New York City vocalist Emily Wade Adams returns to the Cotuit stage alongside Malcolm Granger and David Kuehn for this series of delicious, bite-sized, live-streamed concerts. Each week features songs of love & heartbreak, as well as brief discussions about the music. From classic standards to deep jazz cuts to original compositions, you’ll be whisked away from the daily news cycle and into a cozy, intimate world of beautiful music and captivating conversation. These 20-minute performances are the perfect happy hour indulgence to provide your live music fix.

November 10: Songs of Heartbreak

November 17: Memories of Love

November 24: When You’re Feeling Blue

December 1: Just Some Really Pretty Songs

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Highlights from “A Charlie Brown Christmas”

15 minute “mini concert” featuring favorite movements from the beloved classic was recorded live at the Center by three of the Cape’s finest musicians: Malcolm Granger on piano, Rich Hill on bass, and Michael Dunford on percussion.

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Purple Figs

Welcome to Purple Figs, Cotuit Center for the Arts very own ekphrastic workshop! Every episode Kim and Jason explore the gallery at the Center and write poetry inspired by a specific piece in the show. This episode features our current exhibit, Hope.

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Black Children Matter: A Historical Legacy

Written by Robin J. Miller. Presented by Robin J. & James W. Miller.

This presentation addresses the visual images and historical path that Black children need in order to flourish and develop a positive identity.