The HyArts Campus is a collection of artists spaces in the heart of Hyannis. It is a community art space, a working artist studio and professional artist gallery supporting and promoting the arts where visitors gather year round to enjoy changing exhibitions, classes, workshops and performances. The Campus is part of the HyArts community which is one of town owned properties – which includes Studio 46 (artist Mellissa Morris), the Anne Tochka Gallery and Graceful Fire Glass Studio (artist Carolyn Ferrell) at 50 Pearl Street, as well as the Guyer Barn (250 South Street, currently unoccupied).
50 Pearl was once a residential home and has a rich history as a gathering place for local artists. Playwrights and poets congregated at the home for lively readings and original Vernon B. Coleman murals decorate the basement walls.
Please visit the HyArts campus website page (listed below) for information about each individual artist.