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Arts Foundation of Cape Cod Selects 12 Artists for Inaugural Capacity-Building Grant Program

Total of 51 artists from the Cape and Islands applied for professional development program  November 28, 2022 (Cape Cod, MA) – Twelve local artists representing a range of creative disciplines have been selected for the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod’s … Read More

CEX Member Meetup Nights!

A relaxed and inclusive networking opportunity for Cape creatives where we highlight a local artist or arts activity available in our community. RSVP for Wednesday, November 30th, 4-6pm at Cape Cod Coffee Roasting Facility, 10 Evergreen Circle (off Route 130), … Read More

Culture Vitamins: How prescribing cultural engagement can lift people out of depression and isolation and reduce levels of anxiety.

How prescribing cultural engagement can lift people out of depression and isolation and reduce levels of anxiety. Julie Wake, Executive Director of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, will share her personal story of how arts and culture offered her … Read More

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The AFCC’s mission is to support, promote, and celebrate the arts and culture of Cape Cod. The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) is the regional arts agency for Barnstable County and Cape Cod’s only nonprofit arts and culture organization that serves all artists, all art forms, and all cultural and historical centers. We are the link between the Cape’s cultural community and its residents and visitors.

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The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod (AFCC) provides the resources that working artists and arts organizations need to thrive. For over 30 years, the AFCC has provided artists with crucial support, including grants, access to additional funding sources, information resources, and professional development training.