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CAPE COD & ISLANDS ART EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION EXHIBITION
Celebrate the work of members of the Cape Cod and Islands Art Educators Association, those who teach and mentor the Cape and Islands' future and aspiring artists. This exhibit includes paintings, drawings, photography, printmaking, and sculpture by our region's accomplished contemporary art educators.
The opening reception is Sept. 30, 5-7pm, and it is free and open to the public.
The Cape Cod and Islands Art Educators Association was founded in 2003 as a collaborative effort between prospective, current and retired art educators and their supporters and the Cape Cod Museum of Art. Led by a volunteer advisory committee representing the diversity of their community and the CCMA Director of Education, the association represents a cross-section of the art education community on the Cape and Islands.
|Where||Centerville Historical Museum 513 Main St, Centerville, MA 02632|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||12:00 pm–4:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||Adults $6; seniors & students $5; children under 8 free|
More About Centerville Historical Museum
Centerville Historical Museum, founded in 1952, is located on the historical and picturesque Main Street in Centerville, Massachusetts. The museum started in the early '50s, after a group of local residents had begun to collect and share artifacts from Centerville's rich history and officially named themselves the Centerville Historical Society. The museum found its current home in 1955, when local resident Mary Lincoln died and her 1854 home was donated to the society. The 14-room museum hosts a large collection of historic costumes, maritime and military artifacts, quilts, 18th- and 19th-century decorative arts, paintings and much more.
The museum is also home to a gift shop featuring contemporary arts and crafts from local Cape Cod artisans and artists.
The museum provides a number of programs for all ages, including the Third Grade History Program, family days, field trips, walking tours of Main Street, living history days, lectures and more.