Camp Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream for Kids

Love is Blind: Music Inspired by Amy Winehouse

Summer Scenes: An Acting Workshop for Kids

Professor Milligan’s American Musical Tour

2nd Wednesday Theater: An Evening of New Shorts by Greg Hischak

Wine & Music Wednesday, June 2017

2nd Wednesday Theater: The Bread of Life

Broadway @ Cotuit Cotuit Center for the Arts with CHITA RIVERA and SETH RUDETSKY as pianist/host

Wine & Music Wednesday, July 2017

Wine & Music Wednesday, August 2017

Suede 2017

Broadway @ Cotuit Cotuit Center for the Arts with MEGAN HILTY and SETH RUDETSKY as pianist/host

Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival 2017

Grounded

Tedi Marsh Sings Michel Legrand - with special guest Fabiano de Castro, 2017

Well Strung: Premium Seating and Meet and Greet

Well Strung: First Floor Middle Seating

Well Strung: Balcony Seating

Well Strung: First Floor Sides

Chita Rivera Premium Seating & Meet and Greet

Chita Rivera First Floor Middle Seating

Saturday Yoga

Salon of Shorts

Drumming through Trauma

Cape Cod Drum Circle

Cape Cod Drum Circle     
A Drum Circle is a group of people, from just a few to say 50, sitting in a circle experiencing the spontaneous creation of music on a variety of drums and world percussion. It evokes the universal rhythm inside of us all. Anyone can participate. No experience necessary. Extra drums will be available but bring your own if you have them. Dancers and wind players are also welcome!!  For more info, contact Sam Holmstock at samholmstock@gmail.com              
The First Sunday of every month
5:00-7:00 PM in the Art Studio
$5 donation requested for the use of the space

Musical Theater Dance Workshop Summer 2017

Summer Art 2017

Summer Art 2017 with David Sigel and Hilary Hutchison
Ages 11-16

SummerArt is back! Popular artist/instructors David Sigel and Hilary Hutchison will offer two sessions for enthusiastic young artists, ages 11 to 16. This is a studio-based two-week program that will introduce students to a wide range of art materials and methods of making art. Summer Art 2017 will give students the opportunity to explore projects in a creative and innovative environment. Classes will be offered daily, 8:30 am through 12:30 pm. for a total of 10 classes and 40 hours of instruction. Painting, drawing, printmaking, and sculpture will be taught. At the end of each session, every student will have acquired new skills, produced a portfolio of artwork, and benefited from the experience of working with peers in a fun, motivating, and creative studio setting.

Enrollment is limited to 18 students per session. Sign up today!

Choose from:
Session 1: Monday-Friday mornings, July 10-July 21 
Session 2: Monday-Friday mornings, July 24-August 4 

8:30 AM-12:30 PM upstairs in the Black Box
$550/$467.50 members, per session

Contact Instructors David Sigel and Hilary Hutchison with any questions: summerartcotuit@gmail.com

 

Plein Air Painting: Adventure in Watercolor

Plein Air Painting: Adventure in Watercolor, June 2017 with Doris Rice

 

 

 

Sculpture Studio with Neil Grant

Portrait Sculpture Studio, January 2017 with Neil Grant
 
Portrait sculpture allows you to make realistic representations of studio models, loved ones, celebrities and even figures of your imagination.  If you’d like to learn this art form, or you’re someone who just wants to build on their existing skills and experience, then this is the class for you.  Each session provides the opportunity to work on portrait sculpture in a studio environment from a live model. Sculptor Neil Grant will be available to tutor both beginner and intermediate students as they use the model and other reference materials to learn sculpting techniques and produce work.  Each of two models will be used over a five week period to allow students to create a finished piece of work. Stands are provided and some tools are available. 
 
Thursdays, January 19-February 23 (10 weeks)
10:00 AM-1:00 PM in the Art Studio
$350/$297.50 members*

*Plus a $20 materials fee. Materials fee includes sculpting tools, clay, stands, and live models.

What's Your Story, Morning Glory? Saturdays

 

What's Your Story, Morning Glory? A Writing Gym for Women, Saturdays
with Christine Ernst 

Drop-Ins Welcome!


Have you always wanted to write but worry that your story's not that interesting? Do you own a collection of blank journals that you never write in because your story's not important enough? What are you waiting for? Join our class and discover a world of story in your day to day. Each class is structured around simple and fun writing exercises, experience mining, exploration of the personal narrative, and optional weekly take-home assignments. No judgment, no critique, just lots of writing -- also sharing through reading aloud, if you choose.

Saturday mornings
9:00 AM -11:00 AM in the Basement Rehearsal Room, Main Building*
$114/$96.90 members
Drop-in Rate: $20

*Enter the Main Building and open the door to the right of the Box Office. Go downstairs and follow the red arrows to the Basement Rehearsal Room. OR -- use the elevator next to the Gallery bathrooms. Go to the Basement and follow the red arrows. 

For more info, contact Christine at christineernstwriter@gmail.com

Watercolor Wednesdays with Rosalie

 Watercolor Painting with Rosalie McCarthy

Contrary to popular belief, watercolor is very forgiving.  It  has a fluidity and transparency unlike any other medium.  Prior to beginning a beautiful painting, you'll  be guided in sketching the subject (no prior drawing experience necessary). You'll learn glazing, brush loading, color mixing, paint lifting and control techniques as you gradually developing your painting allowing for adjustments along the way.

There will be ongoing individual guidance, instruction and demonstrations in a supportive, non-intimidating and fun atmosphere. Various papers, brushes and equipment will be discussed together with helpful handouts to assist you on your painting journey.  Beginners to advanced skill levels welcome.


Wednesdays
11:00 AM-2:00 PM in the Art Studio
$210/$178.50 members*

*Plus at $10 materials fee. If bringing your own materials, a list of necessary supplies is listed below. Please contact Rosalie at rosemac1310@gmail.com with any questions.

MATERIALS

Masking Tape (Not Colored)
9 X 12, 140 Pound, Cold Pressed Pad Watercolor Paper
UNGLAZED Paper Plates, Used for Palette (If glazed, paint will bead up)
Paper Towels
Grey Kneaded Eraser
Smock Or Old Shirt
Paints:  Box of 18 Watercolors (smaller boxes colors too limited) Suggested
             brands: Marie, Reeves, Phoenix
Note:  Pencils, brushes, water cups supplied by the instructor

Acrylic Painting with Rosalie McCarthy

Acrylic Painting with Rosalie McCarthy

Discover the versatility of acrylics. Dries quickly, easy application and clean up.  We'll begin with basic drawing lines to follow as you begin glazing  up of your painting, which is layering one thin layer of paint over another as each under-painting shines through.  Experience the many surprising colors applied to create snow and a free flowing application of the surrounding landscape. These will be guided painting classes with ongoing demonstration and individual attention with the freedom to develop your own painting style. Beginners/intermediate/advanced.

Fridays
11:00 AM-2:00 PM in the Art Studio
$210/$178.50 members*

Please contact Rosalie at rosemac1310@gmail.com with any questions.

*(plus a $10 materials fee payable at the time of registration). If bringing your own materials, please see below for a specific list of supplies needed for class.

MATERIALS LIST:

11 X 14 Stretched Canvas

Grey Kneaded Eraser

Pad of 9 X 12 Paper Palette

Paper Towels or Rags

Smock or Old Shirt

Paints:  DO NOT buy in boxed sets.  Amount too small in each tube.  Buy

             Minimum 2.0 OZ. Tubes Of: Sap Green, Cerulean Blue, Ultramarine 

             Blue, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Yellow Ochre, Cadmium Yellow Hue,

             Cadmium Orange Hue, Lemon Yellow, Alizarin Crimson, Cadmium Red

             Medium or Light, Ivory Black, Purple or violet.

             Also a 6 OZ tube of Titanium White (we'll use lots of it) 

Table, floor easels, brushes, water buckets will be supplied. 

 

My Dance Class with Michele Colley

Visiting Mr. Green

Provincetown Jazz Festival 2017

Gallery Opening: June-July 2017 Exhibits

Gallery Closing Reception: August-September 2017 Exhibits

Gallery Opening: September-October 2017 Exhibits

Gallery Opening: November-December 2017 Exhibits

Fantastic Furniture Painting

Sunday in the Park with George

Lee Squared: An Evening with Liberace and Miss Peggy Lee

Zoë Lewis and the Souvenirs

Entertainment Tonight 2017

Chita Rivera Balcony Seating

Chita Rivera First Floor Sides

Megan Hilty Premium Seating & Meet and Greet

Sutton Foster Premium Seating & Meet and Greet

Megan Hilty First Floor Middle Seating

Megan Hilty Balcony Seating

Megan Hilty First Floor Sides

Sutton Foster First Floor Middle Seating

Sutton Foster Balcony Seating

Sutton Foster First Floor Sides

Meeting House Chamber Music Festival

Junior Tap with Pam Wills

AUDITIONS: Frog

Super Silly & Serious Plays

Summer Tap Workshop

Nature's Palette Natural Dye Workshop

NOW: The Songs of Karen Carpenter 2017

Rogers, Hart, and Hammerstein

One Man, Two Guvnors

Playpen 2017

The Fat Ass Cancer Bitch: On the Road

Lecture Series: The Norman Invasion of Ireland 1169-1536

 

 

 

Open Mic Hosted by Bruce Marshall

Havana Raffle!

FROG: A Modern Fairy Tale

Summer Art 2017 Jr: Elements

Summer Art 2017 Jr: Elements with David Sigel and Hilary Hutchison

Ages 8-10

Summer Art 2017 Jr: Elements will offer a fun and creative two-week art experience for enthusiastic younger artists, ages 8 to 10. This is a studio-based program that will introduce students to a wide range of art materials and ways of making art. Using the elements of time and practice, students will create daily art projects while sharing creative studio experiences with a class of their peers.  

Using a variety of materials, students will be introduced to printmaking, drawing, painting, and sculpture. Classes will be offered daily from 2 pm – 4 pm, for a total of 10 classes and 20 hours of instruction. Enrollment is limited to 14 students per session. Sign up today!

Monday-Friday, July 17-28

2:00-4:00 PM in the Black Box Upstairs
$265/$225.25 members *includes all materials

For additional information, please contact instructors:
David Sigel and Hilary Hutchison at:  summerartcotuit@gmail.com
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