The HYArts district nurtures and celebrates the creativity and talent of established and emerging Cape Cod artists.
50 Pearl Events
50 Pearl Events
Artists on Pearl Street invite visitors to stop by and take in the works as unique as the artists who create them. Pearl street artists include 46 Pearl-Sarah Holl Artspace open Saturday's 1:00PM-4:00PM and always by appointment. Gallery Artrio at 50 Pearl, and pottery studio of Jeanmarie O'Clair, Bass River Pottery. The Guyer Barn is located right behind these properties at 250 South Street, Hyannis.
Gallery Artrio is a fine art gallery featuring original paintings, handblown glass and hand wrought jewelry.
“Turn, Turn, Turn” opens at Gallery Artrio:
And four venues of art come together for an evening of fun on the HyArts Campus.
Who doesn’t love October on the Cape? This year we celebrate Autumn and the annual “Fall for the Arts” with two special exhibits and receptions on the HyArts Campus in downtown Hyannis.
The entire HyArts Campus opens on Saturday, October 10, 5-7 pm with a special combined celebration. “Turn, Turn, Turn”, is an exhibit of paintings depicting the change of season and will run from October 2 - 31 at Gallery Artrio. Joining the gallery for the opening reception will be Sarah Holl Artspace, long established in her residence/studio on the campus, and Bass River Pottery, which will be having a ‘Grand Re-Opening’ after recent renovations on their building. In the Guyer Barn, the exhibit “Inside Out: A Look at the Art Collection of Jeanne and Richard Neal” will have it’s opening reception hosted by the Neals. It will run from Oct 9-22
All doors on the campus will be open for an evening of art, great conversation and light refreshments to welcome the Fall.
HyArts Campus Opening Reception, Saturday, October 10, 5 – 7 pm, Columbus Day Weekend. Open to the public; light refreshments.
Gallery Artrio is a fine art gallery featuring original paintings, handblown glass and hand wrought jewelry, and the newest addition to the downtown Hyannis cultural district. It is located on the ‘arts campus’ of the HyArts Cultural District at the corner of Pearl and South Streets.