Provincetown artists and art galleries starting the week of September 23

EDITOR’S NOTE: Due to local and national public safety advisories regarding the COVID-19 virus, please check with the sites directly for the latest information on precautions.

HIGHLANDS HOUSE MUSEUM

Open until Thursday, September 30. The exhibit “Wampanoag Nation: People of the First Light” highlights “the history of the Indigenous peoples who have lived on Cape Cod for hundreds of years and celebrates the Indigenous peoples whose vibrant cultural life flourishes there. day despite persistent obstacles. ” Open Wednesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4:30 pm The museum is located at 6 Highland Light Road in North Truro. Info: https://trurohistoricalsociety.org/highlandhouse/

WELLFLEET HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND MUSEUM

Until October 16. The exhibition “Delilah Gibbs, Wellfleet’s ‘Last Indian’?” with the SALLY project, includes the “In Honor of Weetumuw” wampum belt made by Julia Marden; other exhibitions include “Collecting Wellfleet” and “50’s Fashions”. Located at 266 Main Street. Open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays or by appointment. Free entry. Visit http://www.wellfleethistoricalsociety.org/

HIGGINS ART GALLERY

The “Amber Room” exhibit by Truro resident Timothy Horn is until October 28. Reception in person Thursday, October 21 is 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Enlarge the presentation Thursday, October 14 is 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. The gallery is located at Cape Cod Community College at 2240 Iyannough Road in West Barnstable. Info: www.capecod.edu/higgins/

AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS

Exhibition “Drawn Together” by Liz Surbeck Biddle and Michael Biddle, until Monday October 4th. Located at 355 Main Street in Wellfleet. Info: farmprojectspace.org or call 617-650-9800.

KOBALT GALLERY

A group exhibition “Endless Summer” with artists from the gallery. At 366 Commercial St. in Provincetown. For more information: www.kobaltgallery.com

SOLARIUM STUDIO / GALLERY

Open by appointment for works of art by Nancy Nicol. Located on Cahoon Hollow Road in Wellfleet. Info: [email protected]

AMP GALLERY

Gallery opening from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday September 24 with Karen Cappotto: Souvenirs; Pasquale Natale: Four letter words; Bobby Busnach: photographs from the 1970s; Jamie Casertano: Bowl of Cherries, Photographs; Katrina del Mar: Photographs, until October 31. At 432 Commercial St., Provincetown. For info: http://www.artmarketprovincetown.com/art/20210723/

WELLFLEET CONSERVATION ROOM

Exhibition “Near And Far” by Martha Leibowitz Rothman and Elliot Paul Rothman until September 23. Hours are Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and by appointment. Info: https://www.wellfleetpreservationhall.org/

MUNICIPALITIES OF THE CITY PROVINCE

photographer Elizabeth Brooke until October 3; “Two Sisters – Realism with a camera, Abstraction with paint” with abstract artist Tennille Dix and photographer Elizabeth G. Brooke, until September 24th. At 46 Bradford St. Info: https://www.provincetowncommons.org/

THE BAKKER PROJECT

Until October 3 is an exhibition by Vernon Smith. At 359 Commercial Street in Provincetown. For more information, visit www.bakkerproject.com or call 508-413-9758.

GALLERY FOUR ELEVEN

“I don’t know how to relax, obsessions and other rainbows (loud disco music)” by artist Paul Rizzo, until September 30. At 411 Commercial Street in Provincetown. Info: https://www.fourelevengallery.com/

OUTSIDE MAIN GALLERY

Until September 23 is the work of artists Thea Abu El-Haj, Helen Kwah and Robert Shreefter. At 75 Commercial Street in Wellfleet. Visit https://www.offmaingallery.com/

BERTA WALKER GALLERY

Through October 9, “Learning, Medium, Opportunity” with Laura Shabott, Alana Barrett and their cross-country students, celebrating virtual learning in the era of COVID. The gallery is at 208 Bradford St. in Provincetown. Info: https://www.bertawalkergallery.com/

CASTLE HILL TRURO ARTS CENTER

“Town Wide Open” exhibition until October 1st. The gallery is located at 10 Meetinghouse Road in Truro. Info: https://www.castlehill.org/

SCHOOL GALLERY

Artists Mark Adams, Rebecca Doughty, Breon Dunnigan, Stephanie Sassoon and Vicky Tomayko until September 26. The gallery is located at 494 Commercial St. in Provincetown. For more information visit https://galleryschoolhouse.com/

Stanley Bielen's work is at the Rice Polak Gallery

POLAK RICE GALLERY

All of the gallery artists on display, including Stanley Bielen, Larry Calkins, Susan Mikula, Nick Patten, René Romero Schuler and Sean Thomas, and more, until the end of the year. At 430 Commercial Street in Provincetown. Visit http://ricepolakgallery.com/

JOBI POTTERY AND GALLERY

Exhibition with all the artists of the gallery at 314 Route 6 in Truro. Artists include Heather Blume, Nancy Bloom, Robert Callahan, Ed Christie, Warren Green, Elizabeth Lazeren, Garrow Throop, and Patricia Worthington. Artists welcome from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday September 24. Info: https://jobipottery.com/gallery/

PROVINCETOWN ART MUSEUM AND ASSOCIATION

A preview of the 34th annual Provincetown Ancient Art Auction is until September 25, with a online auction at LiveAuctioneers.com, closing at 7 p.m. on Saturday, September 25; “Leo Manso: Collages and Other Works” until October 17; “Members 12×12 Exhibition and Silent Auction” until October 3. To visit the museum at 460 Commercial St., see https://www.paam.org/

PROVINCETOWN PILGRIM MONUMENT AND MUSEUM

Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday to Monday at 1 High Pole Hill Road. “Jury of Members: Provincetown 400” (with Provincetown Art Association and Museum) until the end of the year. The museum closes on November 15 for the season. Visit the museum’s Wampanoag exhibit in person or virtually at https://www.pilgrim-monument.org/wampanoag-exhibit/

La Bannière welcomes news of gallery openings and exhibitions. Please send by Friday of each week to [email protected]

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