The Cultural Center of Cape Cod breaks ground on a new educational center to meet growing demand for artist space and services.
There are lots of different animals to be found on Bogside Farm in Cataumet. But inside a small shed, glass artist Bryan Randa molds everything from miniature hummingbirds to eight-armed octopi from colorful glass.
Provincetown celebrates the 7th annual Tennessee Williams Festival from September 20 to 23 with a blend of the playwright's works and music.
In a society where half of all marriages end in divorce, what is the point of a wedding, anyway? Cotuit Center for the Arts dissects modern marriage through the eyes of bridesmaids in "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress."
Rockport photographer John T. Grant heads to the cemetery for inspiration and finds eternal beauty among the gravestones. Check out the Cahoon Museum exhibit in time for Halloween!
The dramedy "Five Women Wearing the Same Dress"—an irreverent and touching celebration of the female spirit—comes to Cotuit Center for the Arts from September 13 to 30.
A convergence of art, science and patriotism come together in Christianne "T" Arnold's 3-D paintings. Put on your ChromaDepth glasses and see for yourself!
It's battle-of-the-sexes month at Cotuit Center for the Arts! Explore the role of gender in art with two theatrical performances, a local juried art show, and special exhibition by Richard Neal and Jackie Reeves.
In the American premiere of “Oblomov,” now at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater, everyone is asleep. Just as in real life, the characters don't realize they're living an illusion.
Rather than unceremoniously remove his installation "Yellow Stretch/Red Hook" from the Guyer Barn, Falmouth sculptor John Cira is making its destruction part of the artistic process.