Where Art is Cultured!
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.
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.
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. This program is one of many arts-oriented town programs contributing to a lively cultural destination where working artists engage with residents and visitors alike.
Artist in Residence MELLISSA MORRIS opens her studio to the public, so feel free to visit when the Open flag is out.
Mellissa Morris received her Masters Degree in Painting and Drawing from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth. Mellissa is a local abstract mixed media artist born and Raised on Cape Cod and the eldest daughter of seven children.
50 Pearl Street, Hyannis, MA 02601
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Free parking in the HyArts Campus and Town Hall Public Parking lots.
Dec 2, 2017
Aug 1 - Oct 9, 2017
Sep 10, 2016
Oct 2 - Oct 31, 2015
Oct 24 - Oct 25, 2015