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About our expansion to the Hyarts Campus

We are thrilled to announce that the Cultural Center of Cape Cod is partnering with  ArtsBarnstable |Town of Barnstable to expand programming to the Hyannis HyArts Campus in the Guyer Art Barn and Garage Studio. Read more about this partnership in our recent press release.

 

The HyArts Campus plays an important role as part of the town-owned properties at the corner of South and Pearl, a unique artist live / work /gallery space developed by the Town of Barnstable which includes Studio 46, Studio 50 + the Garage work studio and the Guyer Barn. The HyArtsCampus supports and promotes the arts through instruction, events, exhibits and performances.

The Guyer Art Barn is a rustic gem. It is a community arts space offering arts education, performance, and exhibitions.

Free parking is available in the adjacent Barnstable Town Hall public parking lot, accessible from both Hyannis Main Street or South Street.

 

Looking to host an event, inspire others with programming, or get involved as an artist? Fill out the inquiry form and we look forward to working with you! GUYER BARN RENTAL INQUIRY

COMING SOON Flameworking Glass Studio

We are building out Cape Cod's first flameworking studio that will be an open-access facility where professional and amateur artists and designers create using glass. This facility will foster community collaboration and serve as a year-round flameworking classroom and shop.

The HyArts Campus Artist-in-Residence program is an opportunity for an artist to rent a professional working studio space and gallery space in downtown Hyannis. If you are an artist interested in applying for a 2024 residency, send us an email!

50 Pearl Street Art Studio and Gallery | Current Artist in Residence, Anne Tochka 

50 Pearl Street was constructed in 1830 as a residential home and has a rich history as a gathering place for local artists, playwrights, and poets who congregated at the home for lively readings. Nautical-themed original Vernon Coleman murals decorate the basement walls.  In 2007, the Town of Barnstable purchased the property and completed extensive renovations, turning it into gallery and studio space.

Anne Tochka is a contemporary painter living and working on Cape Cod. Her paintings are an immersion in nature originating from her ambles about the Cape and frequently from plein air studies. Through her work, Anne strives to convey a feeling that places the viewer not just in that location, but in that specific moment in time.

Learn more about Anne Tochka

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46 Pearl Street Art Studio and Gallery | Current Artist in Residence, Mellissa Morris

46 Pearl Street is a renovated and restored 1920 Colonial Revival style bungalow which was converted into an artist’s live/work studio in 2007. The house was once owned by John Marcoux and two teachers from the old Hyannis Normal School resided there. Prior to the town purchase, former owner Jan Girardi turned it into a modeling agency.  Artist Sarah Holl was the town’s first artist-in-residence to occupy the space.

"I believe that the creative act is a form of spiritual and personal growth. I am as much a magician, mathematician, scientist, alchemist, and healer as a I am an Artist. Currently my work is focused on foraging color from the natural world."

Learn more about Melissa Morris

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