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Seeing Cape Cod National Seashore Through Art

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Route 6 & Nauset Rd. | Salt Pond Visitor Center | Eastham

every day of each week from Dec 1st through Dec 31st at 9AM
Photography by Amber Jane Barricman. Ms. Barricman’s landscape and nature photography reflects the influences provided by growing up on Cape Cod and roaming the diverse landscapes of the nearby Cape Cod National Seashore. She is a 2010 graduate of the New England School of Photography, where she focused on fine art color and architectural photography. “Landscape photography is where my heart remains though, and many of my photographs were taken with in Cape Cod National Seashore,” said Barricman.


CCNS to host Winter Film Series

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Off Route 6, Nauset Rd. | Salt Pond Visitor Center | Eastham

each week on Sunday from Jan 19th through Feb 23rd at 130PM
Each winter a different theme or genre is explored, and this year’s focus is how people interact with landscapes and nature - both real and imagined. January 19:  Dances with Wolves* January 26:   Never Cry Wolf* February 2:  An Inconvenient Truth* February 9:  Into the Wild* February 16:  Avatar* February 23:  Wild America.


Seeing Cape Cod National Seashore Through Art

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Route 6 & Nauset Rd. | Salt Pond Visitor Center | Eastham

every day of each week from May 1st through May 31st at 9AM
The Art of Seeing, the fine art photography of Ronald Wilson, is the featured work for May as part of Cape Cod National Seashore’s exhibition Perspective Series, Seeing Cape Cod National Seashore Through Art. “The art of seeing” says Mr. Wilson, “is the active process of observing the world around us, with deliberate thoughtfulness.” The close contact with nature that photography affords him makes him intimately aware of the expressive power of the various landscapes he photographs. This intimacy and awareness is clearly conveyed in his impressive work


Seeing Cape Cod National Seashore Through Art

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Off Route 6 | Salt Pond Visitor Center | Eastham

every day of each week from Feb 1st through Feb 28th at 9AM
Cape Cod National Seashore’s Perspective Series, exhibiting the work of artists who have captured the essence of Cape Cod, continues into February. And will showcase landscape photography by Jim Gillen. The work will be on display through the month at the Salt Pond Visitor Center in Eastham.


Seeing Cape Cod National Seashore Through Art

Tel: 1 (508) 771-2144
Off Route 6 | Salt Pond Visitor Center | Eastham

every day of each week from Mar 1st through Mar 31st at 9AM
Cape Cod National Seashore to Host “The Outermost House” Exhibit by “The Dune Tramp”-Photographer Robby McQueeney, also known as The Dune Tramp, is the featured artist for March at Cape Cod National Seashore’s exhibition series, Perspectives: Seeing Cape Cod National Seashore through Art. McQueeney’s exhibit pays tribute to author Henry Beston, who captured the essence of the Outer Beach in his 20th-century book, “The Outermost House.” Through his photography, McQueeney seeks to capture the drama and emotion that flows from the pages of Beston’s book.


Student Marine Art Exhibit

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Off Route 6 | Salt Pond Visitor Center | Eastham

every day of each week from Apr 1st through Apr 28th at 9AM
A display of winners from the 2013 Marine Art Contest sponsored by Massachusetts Marine Educators will be on display at Cape Cod National Seashore’s Salt Pond Visitor Center. The artwork, created by students from schools across Massachusetts, captures some of the diversity of species found in nearby Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary (SBNMS). The show includes winners and honorable mention recipients from all five contest categories – high school, middle school, elementary school, scientific illustration (all grades), and computer graphics (all grades).


The Cape Cod National Seashore: A Land of Beauty at Risk

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Route 6 and Nauset Road | Salt Pond Visitor Center | Eastham

Feb 3rd, 2014 at 10AM
The Compact of Cape Cod Conservation Trusts is initiating its year-long program of outreach to Lower Cape landowners with the public unveiling of its newest publication, To Live Lightly on the Land: A Guide to Private Land Protection in (and around) the Cape Cod National Seashore, and formal premiere of the accompanying 10-minute video, The Cape Cod National Seashore: A Land of Beauty at Risk. The 32-page booklet and film were produced by staff of the Compact over the past two years, and Executive Director Mark Robinson will explain the outreach program and the intent of the productions.


TOUR: CAPTAIN PENNIMAN HOUSE

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Fort Hill, | Penniman House | Eastham

each week on Saturday from Feb 15th through Feb 22nd at 11AM
A WHALING FAMILY’S STORY - 11 AM, 1 hour. Free. Learn about the Penniman family through a tour of their home and stories of their travels. Examine some of the hardships, adventures, and lifestyle of a whaling family. Meet at the Penniman House at Fort Hill, Eastham. By reservation only. Call Salt Pond Visitor Center, 508-255-3421, to register.


Tribute to Henry Beston

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Off Route 6 | Salt Pond Visitor Center | Eastham

Mar 30th, 2014 at 2PM
Photographer Robby McQueeney, also known as The Dune Tramp, will present a 45-minute illustrated program using his photographs, paired with verses from Henry Beston’s classic book, The Outermost House, which captures the essence of the Outer Beach of Cape Cod.


WALK: LIGHTHOUSE TOUR of the THREE SISTERS

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Nauset Light Beach parking area | Eastham

Feb 16th, 2014 at 2PM
2 PM, 1 hour, ½ mile. Free. These 19th-century lighthouses once provided a beacon for sailors off the shore of Nauset Light Beach. Come and learn of their history and importance. Meet at Nauset Light Beach parking area, Eastham.


WALK: STORMY NIGHTS

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Off Route 6 | Coast Guard Beach parking lot | Eastham

Feb 18th, 2014 at 130PM
1:30 PM, 45 minutes. Free. Cape Cod is known as the “Graveyard of the Atlantic,” with over 3,000 recorded wrecks. Join a ranger for a short walk and find out why so many wrecks occurred and hear their compelling stories. Meet at the Coast Guard Beach parking lot, Eastham.


WALK: WINTER BIRD WONDERLAND

Tel: 1 (508) 255-3421
Route 6 and Nauset Road | Salt Pond Visitor Center | Eastham

Feb 20th, 2014 at 10AM
10 AM, up to 2 hours, 1½ miles. Free. In addition to hosting our year-round resident birds, Cape Cod becomes a balmy (relatively speaking) southern destination for birds looking for warmer weather and open water. Meet in the parking area at the Salt Pond Visitor Center, Eastham. Bring binoculars if you have them; we will also have a few to loan.



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