Artwork by Ric Howard
The Cape Cod Museum of Art and The Cape Playhouse are partnering to launch an international call for visual artists for the Cape Playhouse Cover Art Competition 2020. Serving for visibility at the nation’s longest running professional summer theatre, the competition will award the winner with a dedicated appearance on the Playhouse’s 2020 performance program covers, numbering more than 35,000 booklets for this summer season alone, along with other visibility opportunities. The winning work will also be the centerpiece at an unveiling event to be held on Friday, May 1 at the Cape Cod Museum of Art.
The Cape Playhouse Cover Art Competition 2020 is held in two rounds. Interested applicant artists may submit a sampling portfolio of up to three examples of their work for first round consideration by March 16, 2020. The portfolio submission should demonstrate proficiency in interpreting an uplifting narrative on the competition’s chosen theme of “summer play”. From the international applications, a panel of judges will select five visual artists, graphic designers and/or illustrators semi-finalists. The chosen five artists, notified by March 18, will then create their vision for the cover of the 2020 Cape Playhouse program cover. One of the covers will be selected and featured prominently “center stage” on the cover of the 2020 Cape Playhouse Program Cover with a circulation of 35,000, along with other prestigious honors, awards, and exhibition opportunities at the Cape Playhouse and the Cape Cod Museum of Art.
For complete details on the Cape Playhouse Cover Art Competition 2020, please visit the competition listing by clicking the button below. For competition questions, please contact Michael A. Giaquinto, Exhibitions Curator at 508-385-4477 ext. 11, or email email@example.com.
The Cape Playhouse Cover Art Competition 2020
March 16 Submission Deadline
Through Young Eyes
March 5 - April 19, 2020
The Cape Cod Museum of Art (CCMoA) and the Cape Cod & Islands Art Educators Association (CCIAEA) will unveil a new exhibition featuring the work of budding young art students. The annual exhibition features the work of students in grades K-12. The selected works will be curated by art teachers in the region and represent over 20 schools. Mediums include sculpture, painting, drawing, ceramics, and 3-D art.
This is an annual exhibition of art made by students of the Cape Cod and Islands Art Educators Association. The exhibition accentuates Youth Art Month, which celebrates the value of art education and art participation for all children.
Public Reception - Thursday, March 19 from 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Insight into INTERIORS
March 12 - April 19
Join us for a new perspective on the INTERIORS exhibition! Docents will be selecting pieces from the Permanent Collection on the INTERIORS theme.
INTERIORS can mean various things to different people. It can be a representational viewpoint from inside a home, workplace, studio or cafe - often it can have a nostalgic sensibility or invoke a feeling of security. A person might identify with a place of worship, or even a forest, to express their internal self or internalized feelings and emotions may resonate within an artwork.
Gallery Talk - Friday, March 13 at 4:00
Public Reception - Friday, March 13 at 5:00
Image: My Candlestick, Rachel Kaufman
400 years after the Mayflower arrived in North America
April 9 - June 21, 2020
Printmakers of Cape Cod (USA) and the Tamar Valley Printmakers (UK) will present a new body of artistic work, titled “Journey,” to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s historic journey to North America.
This new body of original prints, created by twenty 20 artists from the USA and 20 from the UK, will be exhibited in both countries during 2020. You can see the exhibition at the Cape Cod Museum of Art (ccmoa.org) from April 9- June 21, 2020, with a reception on April 24, from 5:30-7:00 p.m., and a Gallery talk at 4:00 p.m. preceding the reception. There will also be an opportunity to meet some of the UK artists at a potluck at the Cape Cod Museum of Art on Thursday April 9,from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Each artist will express a personal interpretation of the theme, “Journey”, whether from a social, emotional, or historical perspective. The portfolio of 40 original prints will travel to the UK in the summer and fall of 2020 and will be shown at Torre Abbey, Torquay, from July 4-August 23, and at Theatre Royal Plymouth from September 11 to November 23, 2020.
For more information on this international event, you can visit: https://www.mayflower400uk.org
Image: Sara David Ringler, Atlantic Crossing: A Journey