The Cahoon Museum of American Art is located at the former home and studio of the Cape Cod folk artists, Ralph Cahoon (1910-1982) and Martha Cahoon (1905-1999). The museum celebrates the legacy and creative spirit of the Cahoons by displaying a selection of their art and preserving the building that was their home and studio as well as dedicating its mission to a broad range of American art.

The CARE grant has funded the design and implementation of graphic panels which present the story of the Cahoons, their creative work and role in the Cape Cod art community, and more information about the uniqueness and significance of their art. These panels guide the museum visitor to unique moments where the architecture provides a clue to their artistic process and life.