You’re invited to submit your artwork to the first CCMoA Members Holiday Show and Sale.
We look forward to your participation!
HOW TO ENTER
You must be a current member of the Cape Cod Museum of Art for the full duration of the exhibition. Becoming a member is easy and a CCMoA membership is rich with benefits! Learn more and join here: www.ccmoa.org/membership
Each member may submit up to three pieces for $5 per piece.
One, two or all three of your works will be included when the exhibition opens. As works sell, you may be asked to bring in more pieces. As this is a holiday show, we are allowing patrons to take their gifts of art home with them at the time the purchase is made.
• All artwork must be wired to hang on a wall (sculpture excluded). No sawtooth hangers, please.
• Pieces may be no larger than 18” on either side including the frame if there is one.
• Frames are not mandatory for canvases that are gallery wrapped.
• Sculpture and relief wall hangings that do not exceed 18" in any direction will be accepted.
• Photography accepted.
Exhibition Dates: November 17 – December 19, 2021
RSVP: Don’t miss out on this opportunity! Reserve early. Wall space will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Complete your online RSVP today. CLICK HERE!
Drop-Off: Sunday, November 14 between 4pm and 5pm and also
Monday, November 15 between 10am and 12pm
Please download the entry forms and drop-off with your artwork. CLICK HERE!
Pick Up: All pieces not sold must be picked up on Sunday, December 19 between 4pm and 5pm or
Monday, December 20 between 10am and 12pm
Split: Artists will receive 50% of the sale price and the Museum will receive
50% unless otherwise indicated on the Drop-off Form.
Any questions, please email email@example.com
The Museum reserves the right to exclude any work that is not fitting for this holiday exhibition.
A Cape Cod Potters
Exhibition dates: 12/15/2021 – 3/13/2022
Monday, November 29, 2021
This exhibition will reveal the diversity of exceptional ceramic objects, both functional and non-functional, created by members of the Cape Cod Potters. This exhibition commemorates the CCP's 50th anniversary and the CCMoA’s 40th anniversary.
Harry Holl (1922-2014) was involved in founding of both the Cape Cod Museum of Art and the Cape Cod Potters and his legacy lives on through this exhibition.
Learn more about Harry Holl HERE.
The CCP is a non-profit organization that promotes professional growth of potters
and cooperation between craftspeople on Cape Cod. Learn more about the charitable organization of the Cape Cod Potters www.capecodpotters.org