COTUIT, MA – Cahoon Museum of American Art released a Request for Proposals (RFP) to seek qualified fundraising consultants to conduct a feasibility study in preparation for a capital campaign. Following the Cahoon Museum’s acquisition of the historic Crocker homestead at 4698 Falmouth Road, adjacent to the museum, the museum is engaging in a strategic planning process and a fund development plan to support the best use of the combined properties. The purchase of the 1.0-acre property, complete with the original house, outbuildings, and a landscaped garden, will expand the museum’s mission of creating more meaningful and engaging art experiences for visitors. “Arts and culture are an important part of the fabric of Cape Cod. This property purchase was an extraordinary opportunity to build upon the museum’s growing strengths as a regional arts organization deeply rooted in the special heritage of Cape Cod,” said Cahoon Museum Board President, Jessica Rapp Grassetti, “Our Board and staff are excited to soon begin engaging members, donors, and friends of the Cahoon Museum as part of the planning process for the next phase in the life of the museum.” “The Cahoon Museum is a cultural hub on Cape Cod and a place where residents and visitors come to engage with the work of an exciting range of artists,” said Executive Director Sarah Johnson. “With the release of this RFP, we look forward to finding a partner to help us realize the vision for this museum and strengthen our capacity to meet our community’s needs by educating, engaging, and accommodating our visitors.” About the Cahoon Museum of American Art The Cahoon Museum of American Art presents art exhibitions in the landmark Crocker House in Cotuit, MA and welcomes visitors of all ages to learn about art and art history, to enjoy fun, family friendly events, to and delight in creative programming. The museum is committed to its mission to celebrate American art in ways that expand knowledge, enrich the spirit, and engage the heart. The Cahoon Museum of American Art is located at 4676 Falmouth Road (Rt. 28) in Cotuit, MA. The museum is open March through December and hours are Wednesday through Saturday, 10am-4pm. For more information, visit www.Cahoonmuseum.org or call (508) 428-7581. Submissions for the RFP will be accepted until October 21, 2022.