Three new art exhibitions online

To give you a sense of what you can experience when the Cahoon Museum reopen, we are excited to share the three new art exhibitions with you virtually on their new website. You will find images, information about the artists, special research, links, videos and more.

Please join the Cahoon Museum on facebook and Instagram to stay connected, receive museum updates, learn more about the collection, and enjoy a few surprises as well.

We will do everything we can to continue to share the joy of art with you!

Edward Curtis: Shadow Catcher
Spring | Summer 2020

This exhibition features a selection of early 20th century photographic images from Edward Curtis’ renowned body of work, The North American Indian, one of the most significant records of Native American culture ever produced.

Sponsored by an Anonymous Trustee
With additional support from Robert Paul Properties

The Cahoon Museum of American Art is situated on the peninsula of Cape Cod, the Nauset and Wampanoag (Wôpanâak) homeland. We pay respect to Nauset and Wampanoag peoples – past, present, and future –and their continuing presence in the homeland.

Edward Curtis: Shadow Catcher is curated by Sarah Johnson, PhD, Director of the Cahoon Museum of American Art

The artworks generously loaned to this exhibition are from a Private Collection.

Visit the Cahoon Museum online to view more art exhibitons.

Author: Mashpee Chamber of Commerce

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