Located on the Upper Cape Cod, the Cotuit Center for the Arts (CCftA) has become an award winning and dynamic arts and cultural hub for the region and beyond since its founding in 1993. Upon the recent completion of a new campus master plan, CCftA officially launched a campaign to fundraise an initial $17 million for its campus expansion project, projected to cost a total of $38 million.
Flansburgh's master plan calls for a phased approach to expanding CCftA's facility capacity to meet the organization's growing programming needs. The second phase of the project, the adaptive reuse of an old gas station as a new ceramic studio, is expected to complete by the end of 2019. Work on the next phase will begin once CCftA is close to securing all of the $17 million required funding.
You can read more about CCftA's fundraising campaign here on Cape Cod Times.