The Cotuit Center for the Arts has invited Flansburgh to create a Master Plan

May 25, 2022 |

“Founded in 1993 and incorporated as a non-profit charitable organization in 1995, Cotuit Center for the Arts has grown into an award-winning and dynamic arts and cultural hub serving Cape Cod, Southeastern Massachusetts, and beyond.  We host more than 35,000 visitors yearly for free and paid programming in our gallery, main theater, black box theater, and classrooms, and we serve local populations of disabled teens and adults and incarcerated youth through our outreach programs. Our offerings include art exhibits, live theater, concerts, classes and workshops, film screenings, and special events. We collaborate with local artists, musicians, actors, performers, teachers, volunteers, and the occasional celebrity to provide a rich experience to our audiences and attendees all year long.”


“The arts are essential. Our mission is to be a welcoming hub for Cape Cod’s artists, performers, students, and audiences, working together to make the creation and experience of art accessible, nurturing, and thrilling to all.”  The Cotuit Center for the Arts

 Rendering by Dongik Lee