Cotuit Center for the Arts is opening its galleries while adhering to regulations surrounding the coronavirus. Visitors will be required to register in advance via their website (ArtsOnTheCape.org) for a specific time slot to ensure proper social distancing.
Current exhibits include “BLUES: An Open Juried Exhibit,” on display through July 31, features artwork inspired by blues music, blue color or blue mood.
Upcoming exhibits include “More than Enough,” by Jane Lincoln, who addresses gun violence in the U.S. through her paintings and prints. On view Aug. 8 through Sept.19.
Artist Jaimie Elkins will present “Conversations with Weepy,” a series of paintings produced after visiting more than a year painting the same tree in Yarmouth Port. Elkins’ “Dysfunctional: A Ceramics Exhibition,” is an art show about thought-provoking ceramic work that doesn’t serve an immediate practical purpose; a selection of sculptures, vessels and other creations where engaging the mind is much more important than fitting the hand. Both Elkins’ exhibits will be on view Sept. 26 through Nov. 7.
“HOPE: An Open Juried Exhibit,” will be on display Nov. 14 through Dec. 26. The exhibit was designed for artists to express their visions of a hopeful tomorrow.
Cotuit Center for the Arts is at 4404 Route 28 in Cotuit. For more information, visit www.artsonthecape.org or call 508-428-0669.