The HYArts district nurtures and celebrates the creativity and talent of established and emerging Cape Cod artists.
Opening for 2013 season May 17th!
Meet the 2013 artists!
weekends Friday-Sunday, and Monday, Memorial Day, May 17th-June 23rd 11AM-5PM
seven days a week, beginning June 28th, 11AM-8PM
seven days a week, September 2nd-29th, 1AM-5PM
Each year, this popular attraction provides a picturesque setting to view art made by both man and nature. A visit to the artist shanties guarantees a cultural experience that is unmatched! This is a unique opportunity to meet Cape Cod artists and watch them work along the inspiring backdrop of Hyannis harbor.
Works vary and include photography, painting (acrylics, oils, pastels, watercolors), handmade jewelry from metals, gemstones and glass to beach stones, ceramics, sculpture, stained glass, mosaics, mariner knot work, photography, wood carving, tapestry, fiber art and much more!
Visitors to the shanties can make a day of it – stroll along the boardwalk, visit artists, have a picnic in the park! There is no fee to browse but if you enjoy fine handmade local arts and crafts or giving them as gifts, it’s a terrific place to shop. It's a perfect place for a picnic or there are plenty of waterfront restaurants at the harbor and many more right on Main Street.
If you’re an artist or artisan whose primary residence is on Cape Cod and interested in a unique opportunity to showcase your handmade arts & crafts, complete the application on the home page and click here for more information on the program. Please contact Melissa Hersh, 508-862-4767 or email@example.com with additional questions.
A Special Thanks to our Partners & Supporters
This program continues with the generous grant support of the Massachusetts Cultural Council Adams Grant, along with our partners the Main Street Business Improvement District (BID), Cape Cod Art Association (CCAA), Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC), the Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce and in coordination with Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce. For more information contact Melissa Hersh, Arts and Culture Coordinator, at 508-862-4767 or at firstname.lastname@example.org