This week’s issue of CAM Connects gives praise to the lighthouse, a quintessential symbol of the coast.
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The Cape Ann Museum Green campus is closed to the public for the remainder of 2020—stay up to date for 2021 here.
New for 2020! The Museum is FREE for Cape Ann residents on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
Virtual Shorts: CAM Docent Blog features regularly updated content from the Museum's dedicated group of docents and volunteers. Visit regularly for engaging new content!
A Truly American Art Museum
The Museum's collections, displayed in an intimate and inviting setting, celebrate the rich story of Cape Ann's evolving artistic and cultural history.The fine arts collection spans the full range of art made on and about Cape Ann, and uses the Museum's Library & Archives, historic buildings and artifacts to ground that art in a powerful sense of place.
The Cape Ann Museum owns and maintains four unique historic properties, providing visitors with unique and thought-provoking points of entry into the social and economic history of this region over the past 400 years. Three of these buildings form part of the Cape Ann Museum Green and are integral to the Museum's new contemporary art initiatives.
Fitz Henry Lane Online
Discover Fitz Henry Lane Online—a freely-accessible interactive and interdisciplinary online resource created by the Cape Ann Museum. The website is organized around a catalog of the paintings, drawings, and lithographs of nineteenth-century American painter Fitz Henry Lane (1804–1865).
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