EXHIBIT SPACEAs part of its mission to provide a wide range of information and materials, and to encourage and support the civic, intellectual, and cultural pursuits of the community, the Eastham Public Library welcomes community groups and individuals to use the library’s various display, gallery and exhibit spaces. Space is provided for displays of an educational, cultural, intellectual, charitable or recreational nature, and for exhibiting works of area artists and craftspeople.
- The Library is now accepting applications for the use of exhibit space.
- Exhibit Policy and Application
- Exhibit Procedures (Includes descriptions of the gallery spaces for planning and layout purposes)
- Call to Artists
- Willow Shire, Artistic Coordinator
- Norma Marcellino, Chair & Trustee Representative
- Debra DeJonker-Berry, Library Director
- Ron Edson
- Rebecca Gmucs
- Peter Kalill
- Elaine Lobay
- Judy Sebastian
- Dale Wade
|Red Display Gallery||Gregory S. Turner Meeting Room||VIS Library||Special Displays|
|January||Painting in Retirement, reception January 3rd
Partnering with the Orleans & Eastham COA as well as the Eastham Painters Guild
|February||"Art Creel" formerly know as "Morning Muse" Reception February 7th||Reclaimed Book Art Exhibit|
|March||Philip Bergson "Beauty of the Cape" Oil Paintings. Reception March 7th||Ron Edson
Reception March 7th
"Fine Arts Paintings and Avian Photographs" Recepion & Slide Show, April 4th
|May||"Living in a Postcard" - Eastham Painters Guild (15 artists).
Reception May 2nd
"Cape Images on Clay"
Reception June 13th
"The subject is light"
Reception: June 6th
|July||Patsy Tidwell-Painton "Mixed Media in Art"
Reception July 11th
Hydrangea Fest "Wet Paint Sale"
Reception: July 16th,
"Beach and Sand"
"Boston Seaport Evolution"
In Thoreau's View
|Sat. Sept. 7th, 8 AM-Noon Watch Plein Air; 2-4 PM Reception of "wet" paintings|
|October||Vivien Goldman "TIdelines"
Carroll Sivco "Coming"
|Charles Szeglin "Coastal Studies" (Turner Gallery)||Reception October 3rd
|November||Wilc Care Scramble Benefit- Non-Profit Wild Care||Reception November 30 at Chapel in the Pines|
|December||Stephen Roth Retrospective/Memorial "Pallette Knife"(Red & Turner Galleries),||Reception Dec. 5th|