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McDermott Glass Studio

February 1 - November 3

Sandwich Glass Museum Featured Artist 2019: McDermott Glass Studio  For over 18 years master glassblowers David McDermott and his wife Yukimi Matsumoto and their team have been producing  magnificent glass that has been displayed in hundreds of galleries across the country,  as well as the Metropolitan Museum…

Special Exhibit: Remember Me – Stories Engraved on Glass

February 1 - June 16

The Sandwich Glass Museum’s special exhibition, “Remember Me – Stories Engraved On Glass”, will focus on the personalization of a variety of glass pieces, many of which were made for prominent Sandwich citizens, as well as for members of Sandwich glass worker families.  Each piece…

Robert F. Kennedy: Ripple of Hope

March 10 - June 1

The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum is pleased to announce the opening of a special exhibit to commemorate the life and legacy of Robert F. Kennedy. The “RFK: Ripple of Hope” exhibit, assembled in collaboration with RFK Human Rights Foundation,  will be on display through…

Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe

March 10 - June 1

“Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe,” features intimate, behind-the-scenes images of John F. Kennedy, his wife, Jacqueline, and their children, Caroline and John, taken by Kennedy’s personal photographer. The original negatives of nearly all of the 70 images displayed in “Creating Camelot” were…

JFK at 100: Life and Legacy

March 10 - June 1

John F. Kennedy’s words inspired not only his generation but continue to inspire generations of people around the globe. How did he become a man so committed to public service?  How does his legacy live on? What role did Cape Cod play in shaping his…

Glassblowing Demonstrations

March 10 - November 1

Watch molten glass, drawn from the furnace, blown and pressed into exquisite shapes. Learn why the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company led the world in the manufacture of glass during the early 19th century. The glassblower selects someone from each audience to press an actual…

Hands On History: The Cahoons and the Crocker House

March 15 - December 22

This historical installation designed by Mary Ann Agresti, highlights the Museum’s home, the historic Crocker House, and teaches about the artists Ralph and Martha Cahoon who both lived and had their studios in the building. It shows how they enlivened the house with their artistry while preserving…

Hippity Wippity — Edward Gorey and the Language of Nonsense

April 11 - December 29

Edward Gorey House Opening Day of our 2019 season and the new exhibit Hippity Wippity — Edward Gorey and the Language of Nonsense opens to the public. Following in the footsteps of such writers as Lewis Carroll and Edward Lear, Gorey created works of Nonsense Literature that remain…

A Photographer’s View: The Crossing of Divergent Paths

April 11 - May 26

An exhibition of imagery from four artists who use their own frame of reference to record aspects of the human condition. Four Artists: Mark Chester, Mary Doering, Barbara Ford Doyle, Frank Winters  . . .share this common starting point, while each approach their subject with distinctive aesthetics and…

Joseph Kaplan and His Contemporaries

April 12 - June 9

Joseph Kaplan (1900-1980) was a painter, printmaker, photographer, and teacher who worked primarily in New York and Provincetown. He was most active in the 1940s through the 1950s. Earlier in his career he worked on several WPA Federal Art Projects and Treasury Relief Art Projects. Joseph…

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