Hyannis HyArts Artist Shanties Weekend of October 6 -October 8, 2023
Hyannis Harbor * two locations along Ocean Street * 12 seaside studios * Hyannis
Artists change weekly throughout the season.
Visit often and discover new faces and a variety of artwork each week.
Closing time varies, spring dates until 6:00pm and at least 8:00pm in July & August
Artists frequently open early and stay late!
MAY AND JUNE weekends:
Friday through Sunday, May 19 through June 18, 2023:
11:00 am – at least 6:00 pm & open Monday, Memorial Day
JUNE – AUGUST, seven days a week:
Seven days a week: June 19 through August 27, 2023:
11:00am at least 6:00pm, June AND at least 8:00 pm, July & August
SEPTEMBER, five days a week:
Thursday through Monday, August 31 through September 25, 2023:
11:00am – 6:00pm
Friday through Sunday, Sept. 29 – Oct 22, 2023:
11:00am at least 4:00pm
NOVEMBER SPECIAL EVENT:
Gingerbread Lane at the Harbor Overlook
November 24, 25, 2023: 11:00am – 3:00pm
“Let the Wild Rumpus Start, Where the Wild Things Are” themed shanty.
FREE coloring pages, crayons and kids books!
There’s something to please even the most mischievous Max
Visitors will find something handmade, hand designed or hand crafted by local artists in two locations along the Walkway-to-the-Sea, at the Harbor Overlook, 51 Ocean Street and Bismore Park, 180 Ocean Street, Hyannis.
A must stop on your way to or from Main Street (where you will find over 40 restaurants and 120 locally owned shops) you will discover Cape Cod artists working and selling their hand-made, crafted and designed wares. Work includes a variety of media, everything from ceramics, mosaics, and wood turning to fiber art, paintings, jewelry, photography and more. There is no fee to browse and of course if purchases are made it is a fabulous way to shop local and support the creative economy.
The shanties are named for the town’s seven villages and each shanty at Bismore Park features past and present images of the villages.
The Harbor Overlook shanties are named for town beaches.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
The program, which first started in 2005 with just 11 artists, has expanded to now include up to 100 artists who rotate throughout the season, displaying their work at two locations along the Walkway-to-the-Sea. The Town run artist shanty program provides affordable rental space for Cape Cod artists and artisans to work and sell at these “seaside studios”.
This program provides prime visibility and opportunities for artists to gain and improve business, marketing and selling skills, connect with other artists and meet visitors from around the region and the world.
Please contact the venue directly with any questions.