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What’s On


This year marks the 44th Festival of the Arts being held at beautiful Chase Park, located right by the windmill in Chatham .

We are open daily from 10am-5pm, with 120 Exhibitors from across the country. One of the Premier Art & Craft shows in New England, we boast a wonderful range of quality pieces. Come and visit the beautiful park, sit in the shade and absorb the atmosphere….take a walk in the Park.The Windmill will be operational on the weerkend.

Please go to the drop down tab for more info on the Festival and the Park layout. 44th Festival logo


Our annual gala event was held  Saturday July 11th  at the Marconi Center overlooking beautiful Ryders’ Cove.

We would like to thank our wonderful Patrons for attending the event. Without our generous supporters, we would not be able to continue to provide our Arts  Education program ,scholarship opportunities  and community programs.

Summer session has started, plan now for your fall Semester!

We have Abstract class,  Beginner Art, Children’s Fundamentals of Art, Color Wheel Workshops, Watercolor Mini Workshops, Children’s Pottery, and more!

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Many thanks to CBI for their continued support!


The New England Watercolor Society Regional Show is now open at the Center July 8th-August 1st daily from 9am-4pm.

The awards have been presented , and this show is just spectacular. Come and see the variety of Watercolors on display from well known and up-coming Artists. The show was juried by Tony Van Hasselt.

1st prize : Gracia Dayton ‘ Purple Mountains’

'Purple Mountains' First Place by Gracia Dayton

‘Purple Mountains’ First Place by Gracia Dayton

2nd prize: Paul Dudek ‘Water 24’
3rd prize: Gigi Burboek ‘Ancient Chambers-Egypt’
HM : Nan Rumpf ‘The Journey’
HM : Robert Mesrop ‘In The Yard’
HM: Donna MacLure ‘Tangled’
Andrew Kusmin Award : June Webster ‘Winter in Soho’
George Shedd Award : Yvonne Hemingway ‘Summer Rhodies’
Marshall Joyce Award: Shauna Shane ‘Future’

During the month, there will be Saturday painting demos by NEWS watercolorists from 1-3pm. July 18th- Jack Garver, July 25th- Ann Hart, August 1st-Julie Blanchard. Food pantry donations are encouraged as admission.




2015 CAC Scholarships awarded

2015 Scholarship Awards

Linda Simonitsch, Ariana Herlihy , Melissa Kraycir & Cat Van Buren

Melissa Kraycir & Linda Simonitsch awarded Cat Van Buren from Monomoy School District &  Ariana Herlihy of Cape Cod Tech each a $1000 scholarship. Cat will major in  Illustration  at the New Hampshire institute of Art.  Ariana is also attending New Hampshire Institute of Art , & will be majoring in Graphic Design. Congratulations to both lucky students, and thank you to our generous patrons for making these awards  possible!


We have space available in Lois Griffel , Sue Lyons & Rosalie Nadeau  workshops and all our mini workshops under the class drop down tab.

Workshops 2015




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web 229Established in 1969, the Creative Arts Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the teaching and appreciation of the arts. Open all year, the Center offers classes and workshops in drawing and painting, pottery and jewelry. In addition to offerings by its own outstanding teaching staff, the Creative Arts Center , in 2014 will sponsor workshops by such nationally known artists as  Mary Whyte, Kathy Anderson, Elizabeth Pratt, Rosalie Nadeau, Daniel Keys, Joe Paquet, Paul Schulenburg, Kim English, Kathy Anderson, Carol Maguire and William Davis.
New exhibitions are mounted monthly in the Somy and Bigelow Galleries of the Creative Arts Center featuring works of Students, Members, and Faculty alternating with regional shows featuring works of other artists. In August the Creative Arts Center co-sponsors a pastel exhibition. Every year,the third weekend in August,the “Festival of the Arts” is held at Chase Park in Chatham. It is a juried arts and crafts festival which has become an annual “must see” event for Cape Cod residents and visitors alike! Watch for our banners that are displayed along Main Street in Chatham two weeks prior to the Event.

If the Monomoy School District closes due to inclement weather, the Creative Arts Center will also close.

The Creative Arts Center in Chatham provides a vibrant education resource for all ages where the visual arts are explored and celebrated through classes, exhibitions and special events.
The gallery is open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Opening Receptions are held in the Gallery monthly.Painting demonstrations are also held several times a year by Well-known established artists.

2015 Workshops

These Instructors are scheduled for 2015. We welcome deposits to secure your place. Please note , some workshops are wait listed. 

Mini-Workshop                                                                                                                Mary Alice mini

All you need to know about Plein air painting in Oil

Instuctor: MaryAlice Eizenberg

Wed, Thurs & Fri, August 26, 27 & 28



An Introductory class to plein air painting.  Learn from a member of the Cape Cod Plein Air Painters and take the mystery out of painting outdoors.  Maryalice will guide students from finding the subject to making good color choices with an emphasis on edges, color temperature and value.

Mini-Workshop                                                                                                                            Robert Mesrop Mini

How to find the Horizon line when there isn’t one!

Instructor: Robert Mesrop

Tues & Wed, August 25 & 26



Robert Mesrop will demonstrate and guide  students through a range of subjects, theory and tactics in representational art to put you on a path to stronger, more expressive paintings. The fundamentals of perspective will be explained and explored through example.  Good drawings make for good paintings! Pencil and Charcoal!


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Cape School Color, An introduction to Charles Hawthorn’s tried and true method of seeing and painting color

Instructor: John Clayton

August 31, September 1 & 2,

Mon. Tues & Wed 9:15-12:15


Each day John Clayton will  demonstrate using a palette knife. He will simplify the scene to flat masses and develop values and exciting color notes. Students will learn how to mix key colors, in an expressive creative way.

John Clayton Supply list

Mini-Workshop                                                                                                                                                           Wendy Olin


Instuctor: Wendy Olin

Mon & Tues, August 17 & 18


$65 MEMBER /$95 NON-MEMBER plus $5 fee

Develop a new sense of esthetics by challenging your brain’s perception of making art, and explore the adventurous, exciting, and fun art of collage. By layering your paper, either adding or subtracting, you will be using form and color to express your unique vision toward a more abstract style of art with the juxtaposition of papers that suit your individual sensibility.  Discover the possibilities for your continued exploration into this delightful and transformative process of art making.


Mini-Workshop                                                                                                                                                                   Steve K mini


Instuctor: Steve Kennedy – Oil/Acrylic

Mon, Tues & Wed August 24, 25 & 26



Learn how to choose a spot, time of day and  paint plein air.  Steve will guide you in choosing your subject and seeing the light.  This three day mini workshop will be informative and full of individualized attention.  Learn what it takes to paint a successful work.



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Instuctor: Alice Mongeau

Wed, Thurs & Fri, August 19, 20 & 21



Through the direct approach of painting still lifes, Alice will focus on bringing awareness to the importance of value for better personal expression.  This workshop will take place in Mongeau’s studio in Orleans. She will focus on the importance of values in your painting, teach through demonstration

and give individualized instruction throughout the three days. Students will be encouraged to see and interpret the values in the still life and mix colors to best describe them.


Vera Champlin Watercolor

Exploring The Many Textures In Still Life (Watercolor)             Vera Beets

August 26, 27, 28th  2015.
9:15 am- 12:15 pm daily.

Cost: $95 members / $ 125 non members

Still life’s are all about contrasting textures and knowing how to paint them.
Each component has a different surface quality and range of reflective ability.
Learn how to break things down and create the illusions that give credibility to your paintings. Successfully rendering textures gives your work a magical, tactile quality that can create a “Wow”response! We will paint from direct observation of simple still life’s full of charm and character.

Supply List for Class with Vera Champlin





William Davis COMPLETED


  Saturday & Sunday

  June 6th & 7th, 2015.



  Finding the Subject

 In this 2 day workshop, Bill will help students find the subject and enhance the view for a winning composition. This workshop is all about the learning    process. Bill will demo each day and guide students through the construction of their painting.  Students will learn how to control tonality, improve their paint application technique, find the light source and modify their images to create a mood and take their paintings to the next level in the studio setting.

     William R Davis Artist Material List


John Cosby 4

 Monday -Thursday

 June 8th -11th , 2015



In this 4-day workshop, award-winning artist John Cosby will show students an innovative method of color mixing that will simplify their approach to painting. Cosby will show students how to identify and describe big value shapes within a composition, how to mix those values in “pools of colors,” and then tint them to match the colors in the scene helping to increase the student’s ability to accurately identify values and colors in their paintings. The workshop will consist of daily demonstrations, ample discussion, and individualized attention. Cosby will share his thoughts on the business of art as well as the art of self critique.
Students will determine whether to aim for realism or abstraction and are encouraged to experiment, think outside the box, and have fun.

John Cosby Supply List






Rick Fleury 1  Saturday & Sunday

  June 13th -14th, 2015



Artists interested in capturing the true essence of the landscape through photography, sketches and field notes will learn how

to translate that information onto canvas in the studio. Rick  will share his approach through daily demonstrations.

Artists wanting to develop their studio painting will benefit from this workshop.

Fleury Palette Materials List


Daniel Keys, Oil  SOLD OUT

Daniel Keys 1Monday -Thursday

June 15th-18th, 2015
9am – 4pm

$625   (Waitlisted)

 Still-Life’s: Telling a Story

Each day, Keys will do a demonstration while discussing the skills necessary for creating beautiful still life paintings using Alla Prima methods. Following each mornings demo, Daniel will set up still life for his students who will paint them from life, while receiving individual one-on-one instruction. During this intensive course, the students will receive insight into learning to see correctly and develop adeptness in the following areas: composition, drawing, color, value and edges.


 Daniel Keys Supply List 2014



Rosie  Monday-Tuesday

  June 22nd – 23rd , 2015



In this two day workshop students will work from the still life to learn how to see to paint. Honing your visual awareness will foster your sensitivity to observing relationships as you explore color’s contrast in value, temperature and hue. Personalize your approach with your own subject matter and let Rosalie’s guidance revitalize your affair with paint or pastels as you come to see that light is the subject!

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  Carol Maguire 3Wednesday – Friday

   June 24-26, 2015

   9am – 4pm



There will be lots of personal attention in this instructional and spirited 3 day workshop! Learn what it takes to make a painting that looks fresh and painterly. Observing directly from life you will learn how to capture the light and apply paint boldly. Each day will start with a demo and exercises. You will be guided through gestural oil sketches for composition and flow, value oil sketches/tonal to establish the lights and darks, and color mixing exercises.. Have fun with Carol in this dynamic workshop!

Carol Maguire Supply List










Kathy Anderson   SPACE AVAILABLE

Kathy Anderson

  Monday – Wednesday

  August 24th-26th, 2015




This 3 day workshop will consist of 2 plein air days in some of Cape Cod’s beautiful gardens, and one studio day. Kathy will show you how to simplify a garden scene with big shapes and a strong block in. She will demo in the morning, and the students will paint in the afternoon..Kathy will talk about how to finish the painting using digital images, or how to set up again at home.using digital images, or how to set up again at home.

Kathy Anderson    MATERIALS LIST





Rosalie Nadeau, Oil or Pastel  SPACE AVAILABLE

Rosie Nadeau Plein Air 1Tuesday & Wednesday

September 1st-2nd, 2015

9:00am – 4:00pm


Well known for her generous “coaching” style of teaching, Rosalie will facilitate your own vision to bring more impact, brilliance, depth and emphasis where you want it in your own unique work. In this two day workshop you will work en plein air (weather permitting) as you immerse yourself in nature’s ever changing light, which teaches you to see the classical principles of art as relationships.



Rosie Nadeau Supply list 2015







Don Demers

DONDEMERS   Wednesday -Saturday

  September  9th -12th , 2015.

  9am-4pm  (Waitlisted and   pre-juried)



Recognized for his award winning paintings and excellent teaching style, Don has a wonderful ability to easily articulate all that he considers as he mixes paint and applies it to canvas. At the heart of each of his daily demonstrations he shows that he is a master of draftsmanship, design, composition, color, value and brush technique as he tackles the plein air landscape. He will show how to transform field sketches into successful studio paintings. Those taking the workshop will be encouraged to learn and grow with Don’s fun approach to most things, painting and teaching included.

Don Demers Supply List




Susan Lyon

 Tuesday -Friday

 September 15th – 18th, 2015

 9am- 4pm


With emphasis on an accurate drawing Susan Lyon will demo each day drawing and blocking in color with her brush techniques. Each day a new color will be introduced and explored to create a likeness on the model and color harmonies. in warm and cool temperature to suggest a mood. Those taking the workshop will be taught how to take their abilities to the next level.

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Lois Griffel  Monday- Friday

  September 21st – 25th, 2015



Whether a beginner or professional, workshop students will develop and expand their artistic vision with Lois’s approach to color and light. Painting the Impressionistic Landscape Workshop is an approach to seeing local color and values using color masses and color mixing to paint light as the subject.Monday morning’s presentation is the foundation of the class. Each successive morning is started with a shorter demo and a review based on the lessons from the previous day. There are many impromptu demos during each class session and students are given individualized instruction.

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Many thanks to Chatham Bars Inn for support & sponsorship of our 2015 workshops.

2015 Exhibitions

Admission is free!

Rosalie Nadeau

Rosalie Nadeau

Janet Gilmore

Janet Gilmore

Robert Mesrop

Robert Mesrop

Vera Champlin

Vera Champlin

Opening Reception: Sunday, January 11 4-5;30pm.

Entry Day: Monday, January 5th  9am-12 noon.

Pick-Up: Friday , January 23rd  9am-2pm.

A cross sampling of our talented and sophisticated faculty members, representing all mediums.

Works by Robert Mesrop, Rosalie Nadeau, Steve Kennedy, Mary Alice Eizenberg, Vera Champlin, Odin Smith, Ron Dean, Susan Dimm, Terry Cetto, Ellen Scott, Doris Mee, Robert Sanders, Karen North Wells, Jean Tucker, Alice Mongeau.

FEBRUARY: 18th Annual Juried Photography Contest February 1st-27th.

Diane Jordan First Place Winner ' Menemsha'.

Diane Jordan First Place Winner ‘ Menemsha’.

'Menemsha' by Diane Jordan'Northern Avenue Bridge' by Don Fleet Second Place 'Bridgeworker Unfurling the Canvas' by Karen McDevitt

Opening Reception & Awards: Sunday, February 1st  3-5pm.

Entry day: Sunday , January 25th 1pm-4pm

Pick-Up: March 1st , 1pm-4pm

Co- Sponsored with the Cape Cod Viewfinders Camera Club, this show is huge; full of exciting and original photography .


1st place Diane Jordan ‘Menemsha’    2nd place  Don Fleet ‘Northern Avenue Bridge’  3rd Place ”Bridgeworker Unfurling the Canvas”Karen McDevitt.

Honorable mentions awarded to :-

Doug Scott, Angelo D’Amato, Ronald Wilson. Ronna Kazarian, Susanna Wolfel, Rob Allen, Nancy Bloom, Peter Partridge, Don Fleet,Milt Williamson and Janet Walton.


MARCH: Member’s Exhibition March 8th-April 1st.

Prizes were awarded at the Opening Reception.  Congratulations to the artists for their beautiful work, and thank you to all our Members for making this show spectacular!


‘Ice Run’ by D.Robert Brebbia First Place Watercolor


‘Beatrix’s Garden’ by Barbara Hamilton – Gibson Second Place watercolor


‘Losing My Marbles’ by Louann Corrado

"Blue Crab Special' by Pati Du Vall

“Blue Crab Special’ by Pati Du Vall Second Place Oil/Acrylic


‘DC Metro’ by Ruth Hauzinger Honorable Mention Photography

'Orange Study' by Pam Kielhack Honorable Mention

‘Orange Study’ by Pam Kielhack Honorable Mention

'Windfall' by Jane MacKenzie

‘Windfall’ by Jane MacKenzie Honorable Mention


‘Roses in Window’ by Heather Mackenzie Honorable Mention Photography

Lampwork beads by Elizabeth Best Honorable Mention

Lampwork beads by Elizabeth Best Honorable Mention

Le Steeple sur la Sell de Femme"

Le Steeple sur la Sell de Femme”by Hiram Ball Honorable Mention

'Streamside' by John Hutchinson

‘Streamside’ by John Hutchinson

'Rose Study' by Peg LoPresto Honorable Mention

‘Rose Study’ by Peg LoPresto Honorable Mention

'Loon Moon' by Bethia Brehmer Honorable Mention-Etching

‘Loon Moon’ by Bethia Brehmer Honorable Mention-Etching

'Parisian Graffiti' by Kathleen Magnusson Honorable Mention

‘Parisian Graffiti’ by Kathleen Magnusson Honorable Mention

Over 130 pieces  of original Art, Jewelry,Ceramics and Art Glass on display.

Members’ Exhibitions – All works must be framed, wired, and suitable for hanging. Two entries per artist. Frames may not exceed 48” in any direction. Second piece not to exceed 30 ” in any direction.Copies of masters’ works are not eligible; work which has been exhibited at the Center is not eligible; work done with an instructor is not eligible. Membership must be current. Prizes will be awarded in all categories with 10 or more participants. There are $100 first prizes and $50 second prizes in each category. Faculty members not considered for awards but are encouraged to exhibit.

APRIL: Visual Arts Co-Operative April 12th-May 1st 2015.

The Visual Arts Co-Operative is a collective of  the following Artists;

Florence Adams, Bethia Brehmer, Georgia Coxe ,Rita Doddridge’
Christine Fitzsimmons, Pat Fryklund , Maura Ghedini
Ruth Hauzinger , Heather MacKenzie , Marie Morongell ,Norma Mutch
Blossom Newman , Melora North , Andrea Petitto
Dale Riemer, Cecilia Rossey, Rowland Scherman & Betty Twiss.

This show features their work, and also highlights an exhibit of Barbara Melchers’ work in memoriam.

Barbara Melcher 'Threes a Crowd' Barbara Melcher ' Yellow Abstraxct' Barbara Melcher 'Three's a Crowd'

Entry Day: Monday, April 6th 9am-12pm.

Pick-Up: Monday, May 4th  9am-2pm.


MAY: Exhibition of work by CAC Students May 8th-21st

All students of weekly classes and workshops 2014-2015 are eligible and encouraged to submit two 2d pieces ,or three 3d pieces.

No entry fee, no jurying. Everything submitted will be displayed.

Opening Reception: Friday May 8th 5:30-7pm.

Entry Day : Monday, May 4th  9am-2pm.

Pick-Up: May 22nd 9am-2pm.

This show encourages all our students to exhibit their best work from class. Under the tutelage of our amazing faculty, our Students develop and build their skills through example and practice. This may be the first opportunity for some of our students to exhibit, so is a fresh and  fun show.

Mary Alice Eizenberg Painting Demonstration
An oil painting demonstration by Maryalice Eizenberg took place on Wednesday, May 20th 1-3pm at the Creative Arts Center. The demonstration was free of charge, and we received a huge amount of food items for donation to The Family Pantry of Cape Cod. This was the first in a series of demonstrations given by Creative Arts Center faculty members.
The Creative Arts Center is located at 154 Crowell Road, Chatham.

MAY/JUNE: 20th Annual All Cape Cod Show-Open Juried Exhibition May 31st- June 25th.

Opening Reception & Awards: Sunday May 31st, 4-5:30 pm.

Entry Day: Tuesday May 26th 9AM-2PM.

Pick-Up: Friday June 26th, 9am-2pm.

Awards were presented at the Opening Reception, Sunday May 31st . Congratulations to all our awardees!

Peg LoPresto 'Abundance'. (2)

Peg LoPresto ‘Abundance’.

BEST IN SHOW: Peg LoPresto ‘ Abundance” Oil

First Place Oil: Andrea Petitto ‘ Lady’  Second Place Oil: Mary Alice Eizenberg ‘ Taking a Break’ Honorable Mention Oil: Alice Mongeau ‘Solitude’, Anne Tcherepnin ‘Woods Hole Dusk’, Steve Kennedy ‘Purple Door’, Janet Gilmore ‘ Garden Fence’, Carl Richards ‘ Before a Storm’, Martha Fuentes ‘Lucy at the Beach’.

First Place Watercolor; Natalie Best ‘ Provincetown Pizza’, Second Place ; Robert Mesrop ‘ Radio City, Honorable Mention Watercolor: Catherine Hertz ‘ Field of Poppies II, Lucy H.Sur’ Beautiful Stranger’,

Ann Hart ‘ Sweet Gum in Sun II’, John Hutchinson ‘ Hunters Beating the Weather into Stage Harbor’, Karol Wyckoff ‘Wellfleet Afterglow’.

Other Two Dimensional: First Place Kathleen Magnusson ‘ Harbor Seal Pup’ Photography, Second Place Sally Swanson ‘ Girl With Birds’ Pastel, Honorable Mention Marlene Weil ‘Lacecap’ , Photography

Linda Simonitsch ‘We’re not in Kansas Anymore’.

Three Dimensional First Place;  Kim Rumberger ‘ Beach Glass Pendant’, Second Place; Suska Matsik ‘Flotsam & Jetsam

Honorable Mention : Chelsea Starace ‘ Oyster Plate in Porcelain,

John Best ‘ Storm off Chatham’ Stained Glass, Hiram Ball ‘One Grace’ Bas relief.

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Kathleen Magnusson Harbor Seal Pup







JULY: 34th Annual Sacrifice Art Sale July 1st 2nd & 3rd.

Entry Day: Monday June 29th 9am-2pm.

Pick-Up : Monday July 6th, 9am-12pm.

Sacrifice Art Sale – Membership must be current. Inventory sheet required, items should be marked with name and price. $10 entry fee for the lot. A 30% commission will be retained by the Center.


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Robert O’Brien ‘Peony & Chives”

Opening Reception & Awards: Sunday July 12th 2:00-4:00.                                                                                             NEWS Logo 2012

Entry Day: Sunday July 5th, 12noon-3pm.

Pick- Up: Sunday August 2nd, 12 noon – 3pm.

New England Watercolor Society

The New England Watercolor Society has been fostering excellence in aqua media since it’s inception as the Boston watercolor Society in 1885.
Free painting demonstrations will be held at 1:00 pm on July 18th, 25th, and again on August 1st.
Internationally known watercolorist Tony van Hasselt will conduct a painting workshop during the show and will also be the Juror for the show. Those interested in attending the workshop can get necessary information by visiting www.newenglandwatercolorsociety.org or call 508-945-3583.
For those wishing to submit a painting for consideration for inclusion in the exhibit can obtain the prospectus at the above website.


Opening Reception: Saturday, August 8th 6-7:30 pm

Entry Day: Monday , August 3rd  9am-2pm.

Pick-Up: Monday August 31st 9am-2pm.

44th Annual Festival of the Arts   August 14th, 15th & 16th.

Chase Park, Cross Street, Chatham. Open daily 10am-5pm.

Over 120 Artisans presenting hand crafted items, original sculptural pieces, artwork, jewelry,

fabric, fashion and more. Entry by donation.

SEPTEMBER: Third September Invitational  September 4th-October 2nd.

Opening Reception : Friday, September 4th 5pm-7pm.

Entry day : Monday, August 31st 9am-2pm.

Pick -Up: Monday, October 5th 9am-2pm.

Always a stunning and diverse display , this exhibition features work by invited artists from the Bridge to Race Point.

Chatham Sparkles: Saturday September 26th RAIN OR SHINE On exhibit September 26th-October 2nd.

Registration : 8am-9am


Pick -Up: Monday October 5th 9am-2pm.

Artists paint around town with the signature red balloon attached to their easel. Drop by and see what’s going on the canvas!

The “fresh catch of the day ” will be on display and for sale at the “Sparkling “reception. All welcome.

OCTOBER: Autumn Sacrifice Art Sale October 8th ,9th & 10th. 9am-4pm

Entry day: Tuesday October 6th 9am-2pm

Pick-Up: Tuesday October 13th 9am-2pm.

Member’s show October 16th- November 20th.

Entry Day: Tuesday October 13th 9am-2pm.

Opening Reception & Awards: Friday October 16th 5:30-7pm

Pick– Up: Monday November 23rd 9am-12 noon.

NOVEMBER: Holiday Sale & Small Works Show. November 27th & 28th 10am-4pm, through to December 16th daily 10am-4pm.

Entry Day: Monday November 23rd 9am-12 noon.

Pick -Up: Thursday December 17 9am-12 noon.

Holiday and Small Works Sale – Membership must be current. Inventory sheet required, items should be marked with name and price. $10 entry fee for the lot. A 30% commission will be retained by the Center. Small works Image area should be 10×12 or smaller.


To become a Member of The Creative Arts Center, please complete the membership application form found here.

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Membership will bring you our weekly Constant Contact email full of information you need to know for the up-coming week . They include advance notification of all of our Classes, Workshops, and Special Events. Members also receive discounted rates on all Creative Arts Center Classes and Trips, and are eligible to enter all “Member Only” Exhibitions (several each year). Two Sacrifice art sales are held each year where the members clean out their studios and make room for more paintings to be created. The annual Holiday Sale and Small works is also a nice way for the members’ to proudly display and offer their work for sale.

Please make checks payable to the Creative Arts Center and mail payments with printed copy of your completed registration form to:

The Creative Arts Center
154 Crowell Road
Chatham, Massachusetts 02633

(The Creative Arts Center Membership Year is from January 1 to December 31)



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