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Our Museum Shop will be open for in-person sales
beginning June 18 from 10 am - 4 pm
And our regular hours will continue Thursday - Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
We would love to see you in person again!
MUSEUM SHOP is now OPEN Virtually
by Appointment with Curbside Pickup.
Simple as 1…2…3
1. Schedule your Shopping Appointment at: firstname.lastname@example.org
please provide your name, phone number, and preferred time to shop. We will get right back to you.
2. Virtual Shop on your mobile phone or laptop with your personal shopping assistant...
transact sale and schedule pickup.
3. Curbside Pickup - your purchase will be delivered to your car ... contactless.
To cancel your scheduled shopping time, please email: MuseumShop@ccmoa.org
If you want to learn how to use Zoom Meetings, Click Here for instructions.
See Below for current items in the store. The numbers on the items can be used as a reference for your personal shopper.
The Cape Cod Museum of Art
First Major Publication:
ART FROM CAPE COD
Authors Edith A. Tonelli, Ph.D. and Deborah Forman.
ART FROM CAPE COD celebrates the work of 122 artists from the more than 500 represented in the Museum’s permanent collection that spans visual art on Cape Cod and the Islands from the late 19th century to the present. The Cape Cod Museum of Art's collection is unique as it is the only repository of artwork that was initiated to represent the history of art on the entire Cape and Islands. CCMoA, celebrating its 35th year Anniversary in 2016, houses one of the Cape’s longest-running collections of art representing the works of the Cape and Islands’ visual artists.
Along with images of the works representing realism, impressionistic landscapes, portraits, still life, modernist paintings and sculptures, abstract pieces, photographs, drawings and prints, ART FROM CAPE COD includes fascinating biographies of the artists, who represented the major art movements of the last 150 years. This visual and verbal portrayal gives insight and perspective into the evolution of the creative visual culture on Cape Cod and The Islands. Co-author of Art from Cape Cod, Dr. Edith A. Tonelli, has been invited to lecture at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston on July 5, 2016, expanding on her introductory essay on the history of Cape Cod Art.