FAIRHAVEN, MA – February 13, 2023 – The Cape Cod Museum Trail (CCMT) and the Harwich Cultural Districts are excited to announce Cape Cod ArtWeek to celebrate arts across Cape Cod from April 30th to May 7th. This annual event is designed to generate excitement for local art and culture on Cape Cod. Cape Cod ArtWeek is a celebration of the Cape Cod arts and cultural community and their economic impact. With this annual event, local arts & cultural organizations, as well as artists and creative entrepreneurs, will present innovative, creative, affordable, cultural events in communities across Cape Cod. We believe that sharing programs demonstrates the importance of cultural organizations and their benefit to the community at large. With this week, it will show how they creatively impact our community and how we can support them. This program is made possible through grants from Dennis Arts & Culture Council, Mid-Cape Cultural Council & Orleans Cultural Council and support from First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union. All arts and cultural institutions, individual artists, nonprofits, galleries, schools and more can participate in Cape Cod ArtWeek. To participate and submit your event visit www.capecodmuseumtrail.com/cape-cod- artweek/.The final deadline to submit your event is March 31, 2023. All events will be featured on our website and social media pages. To find out more information and a full schedule visit www.capecodmuseumtrail.com/cape-cod-artweek/. For questions about Cape Cod ArtWeek contact firstname.lastname@example.org. About the Cape Cod Museum Trail: The Cape Cod Museum Trail was founded in 2015 to support the over 75 museums and historical societies on Cape Cod. The mission of the Cape Cod Museum Trail is to support and promote the image, wellbeing and financial health of Cape Cod Museums, Cultural Centers, and Art Exhibitions by creating opportunities for networking, collaboration and educational programs in Barnstable, Plymouth, Bristol, Nantucket, Norfolk and Dukes County in the State of Massachusetts. Please visit us at www.capecodmuseumtrail.com to learn more. About the Harwich Cultural Districts: In January 2023 The Town of Harwich was authorized by the Massachusetts Cultural Council to join the vibrant network of state-designated cultural districts. Harwich Center as the 52nd Cultural District and Harwich Port and the 53rd Cultural District. Together these districts represent seven villages of a thriving creative community. The Harwich Cultural Districts both Harwich Port and Harwich Center is first and foremost meant tto serve as the driving collaborative force behind local businesses and organizations offering cultural activities and programs. The districts will connect and partner with one another to encourage visitors to take advantage of the many local cultural experiences available. Through district-facilitated programs and events, visitors can learn more about the area and explore all of Harwich's cultural assets.