The Cahoon Museum of American Art announces that it will add additional hours to its visitation schedule. Beginning on October 1, the Museum will be open on Thursdays, as well as Fridays and Saturdays, from 10:00am – 4:00pm. The Museum currently has three gallery exhibitions on display through December 22, 2020: Salley Mavor: Bedtime Stitches debuts the original artwork for Falmouth artist Salley Mavor’s recently published book, My Bed: Enchanting Ways to Fall Asleep Around the World. The exhibition includes 18 fiber artwork illustrations that celebrate cultural differences and highlight the universal theme of children sleeping safely in their beds. Along with the illustrations, additional artworks by Ms. Mavor will be on view, including two fairy houses, many of her Felt Wee Folk, her Doll House, as well as composition books and objects from her home studio. Edward Curtis: Shadow Catcher presents a selection of 33 early 20th century photogravures from Curtis’ renowned body of work, The North American Indian, which remains one of the most significant records of Native American culture ever produced. Adria Arch: Interference features an installation of oversized, colorful, and interconnected shapes that emerge from the Museum’s lobby, pop out of hearths, tumble down the stairwell, and playfully encompass the Museum’s public spaces. Alfred Glover: Garden Grove as well as the Blue Trees are on view on the Museum grounds. The Cahoon Museum of American Art is located at 4676 Falmouth Road (Rt. 28) in Cotuit, MA. For more information, visit cahoonmuseum.org, email email@example.com, or call (508) 428-7581. The Museum is open Thursday - Saturday from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. Registration to visit the Museum is requested; drop-bys welcome as gallery space allows. The Cahoon Museum of American Art presents historical and contemporary art exhibitions in the landmark Crocker House in Cotuit, MA. The Museum welcomes visitors of all ages to learn about art and art history, to enjoy fun, family friendly events, to delight in creative programming, and to embrace the enduring story of the important folk artists Ralph and Martha Cahoon. The Museum is committed to its mission to celebrate American art in ways that expand knowledge, enrich the spirit, and engage the heart.