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As April turns to May Cape Cod awakens
from a a a wintery slumber Retail shops and restaurants open their doors and budding greenery readily supersedes the grey hues of early spring Al- though the the Cape has not yet entered the the bustling summer season the art scene on on this peninsula does not skip a a a a a beat Visitors in May have a a a a a unique opportunity to meander through fantastic art exhibitions before the crowds of summer Read on on for a a a a a summary of what’s happening in in the Cape’s art scene this May CAPE COD MUSEUM OF ART
60 Hope Lane Dennis 508-385-4477
The Cape Cod Museum of Art provides a a legacy of Cape Cod’s artistic heritage Peruse their permanent collection to explore art inspired by the region region as as as well as as as work that has inspired regional
Art & About
SEASON ON CAPE COD From Related Vision: Carol Odell Odell Tom Odell Odell and John Howell White at at PAAM
artists This spring the CCMoA developed an exhibition centered on on on the interaction between humanity and the natural world asking artists across the country to submit work Over 720 pieces of art art were submitted from over 30 states 56 artists were chosen and the the work of these nalists make up the exhibit Healing Nature: Human Vision Art & the Environment (through May 27) This is a a a a must-see exhibit that pairs well with the warm- ing month of May HERITAGE MUSEUMS AND GARDENS
67 Grove Street Sandwich 508-888-3300 Heritage Museums and Gardens sits on 100 sprawling acres complete with walking trails outdoor discovery opportunities gardens classic automobiles and more Through October the work of illustrator and children’s book author QUILTER’S PALETTE
Unique Fabric for all Quilting & Sewing Needs
508-255-4038 • • • 45 Gingerplum Lane • • • Eastham MA 02642 • • • quilterspalettecapecod com Open Thursday Friday Saturday & by appointment
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