Welcome to the Cahoon Museum of American Art!

CURRENT EXHIBITION

"FACE TO FACE: Portrait Studies by Jon Friedman"
Will be on view through August 14, 2016

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CAHOON CREATES!

Drop in drawing Saturdays, 1:00 - 3:00pm | July 16 - Pop Art Portraits | July 23 - Picasso Collage Portraits | July 30 - Caricatures of Famous People

Upcoming Flower Show

Americana Revisited: Flower Show The Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Southeastern District presents its 37th annual Standard Flower Show
Sept 13 thru Sept 15, 2016

We are so excited to show you the "new"
Cahoon Museum of American Art!

Join us to see the newly restored building and new addition. Our current exhibition, in the Main Gallery in our new addition, is Face to Face: Recent Portrait Studies by Jon Friedman, which will be on view through August 14. Plus on view in the historic house we have a nice selection of Ralph and Martha Cahoon paintings and painted furniture and works from our American art collection, so we are offering something for everyone! Click here for more information about our exhibits

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Americana Revisited: Flower Show

Join us Tuesday, Sept 13 thru Thursday, Sept 15 for the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts, Inc. Southeastern District's 37th annual Standard Flower Show. The Design Division exhibits floral designs based on artwork on view in the Museum galleries. Special awards will recognize exceptional displays . Click here for more information about the Flower Show

The Mission of the Cahoon Museum is...

to promote love and enjoyment of the visual arts through exhibits, educational programs, and continuing development of its permanent collection. The museum both celebrates the legacy of Cape Cod folk artists Ralph and Martha Cahoon, displaying their art and preserving the historic building that was their home and studio, and embraces the full vitality of American art with emphasis on past and present artists of Cape Cod and the Northeast.