JFK Hyannis Museum Hosts Art Exhibit and Reception

JFK MuseumHYANNIS –The JFK Hyannis Museum is hosting an art exhibit and reception on November 17.

“Artism a Creative Interpretation of Art and Disability Expressive Portraits of the Kennedys” is an inspiring art exhibit that celebrates the artwork created by Kennedy Donovan (KDC) Cape Cod Community Services differently-abled artists along with their KDC art instructor Debra Hope Colligan’s artwork.

Debra’s KDC Expressive Portrait Painting of the Kennedys” at the JFK Museum began last May.

A number of people, including JFK Museum Executive Director John Allen have been collaborating on Debra’s KDC Expressive Portrait Painting of the Kennedys art classes to foster a joyful appreciation of differently-abled artists through their achievements and stories reflected in their art that has enriched their lives.

Their creativity, artistic talent and enthusiastic spirit will enrich those that view their beautiful expressive artwork in “Artism a Creative Interpretation of Art and Disability Expressive Portraits of the Kennedys”, presented by KDC Cape Cod and the JFK Hyannis Museum.

The reception is a free and open to the public and includes food, music, and holiday art/gift shopping.

The event runs from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and for more information, go to kdc.org.

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