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CAPE COD monthly exhibits and receptions, more than 100 classes and workshops, and two conferences: “Mastering Your Mark” (September 24) and “Click!” (November 12). Nationally acclaimed artist Joseph McGurl headlines “Mastering Your Mark” and 25 additional painters will offer demos, workshops and seminars. CCAA’s “Click!” photography conference, now in its third year, draws nearly 200 photographers of all levels to the Cape. This year’s program features National Geographic photographer Michael Melford alongside ten of the region’s top photography instructors. Located on historic Route 6A in Barnstable Village, CCAA is for artists and art lovers alike. The classes and workshops help artists, of all levels, develop their talents in a friendly and supportive environment while the galleries showcase and sell work by

established and emerging artists from the Cape and around the country. This summer, CCAA presents an open juried exhibit The National (July 11–August 21; opening reception, July 14). The CCAA also runs photo tours and photowalks, offering photographers and artists the chance to capture images around the Cape. Head to the village of South Dennis where you’ll find Miller White Fine Arts, a gallery representing local and internationally renowned contemporary artists. The gallery, founded and directed by Susan Reid Danton, hosts a Fine Arts Invitational (July 15 - August 26) featuring abstract and figurative painting, sculpture, and photography. In conjunction with the 35th anniversary of the Cape Cod Museum of Art, Danton is curating At the Crossroads: Six Narratives at the Intersection of Identity and

Community. This special exhibition at the Cape Cod Museum of Art (July 7–August 28; opening the evening of July 8, preceded by a gallery talk) showcases large-scale, narrative installations by Cape Cod-based artists—Alfred Glover, Jon Goldman, Jill Hedrick, Wayne Miller, Roger Shimomura, Steve Whittlesey, and Melissa Woolford. “This is a dream come true to be able to produce something of this caliber in this kind of setting,” says Danton. Edith Tonelli, executive director of the Cape Cod Museum of Art, says that while each exhibiting artist focuses on a different theme–family, the natural world, intimate relationships, the village, friendship, and the journey–the personal narratives, together, make a case for the universality of experience. “The truth is, we have a lot of things in common with our community,” says Tonelli. “It’s more about

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