Galleries highlight art from Cape Cod and the islands, from pastel-colored impressionist landscapes to bold abstract expressionist canvases
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Choose from Four Options
- $12.50 for one-day admission for two ($18 value)
- $20.50 for one-day admission for four ($36 value)
- $28 for one-year individual membership ($50 value)
- $55 for one-year family membership ($100 value)
About Cape Cod Museum of Art
The Cape Cod Museum of Art celebrates the work of artists from Cape Cod, southeastern Massachusetts, Nantucket, and Martha's Vineyard, many of whom achieved lasting influence around the globe. Highlights from the museum's seven galleries include plein-air paintings by John Joseph Enneking and Joseph Eliot Enneking – famed American Impressionists – and an original piece by Hans Hofmann, the Provincetown artist some call the father of Abstract Expressionism.
Of course, not all kinds of art hang neatly on walls; the museum also features an extensive outdoor sculpture garden, a screening room showing independent films, and ceilings primed and ready for whenever someone invents floating antigravity canvases. The museum's staff always looks for new and varied kinds of work to add to their collection, even from amongst visitors: they use their space to run year-round art classes for adults and children, cultivating the very local talent that their galleries celebrate.