The natural beauty of Provincetown calls to visitors and residents alike, including the many artists and art admirers who pass through this historic place each year. A stroll through town reveals Provincetown’s unique blend: America’s oldest active art colony mixed with a flourishing contemporary art scene. Visit Provincetown Art Museum (PAAM) for a taste of local artistic flavor, the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC) for a contemporary flare, or the many art galleries that line the streets for a little of both. This art guide will take a look at all the exciting new and upcoming exhibits and events that are not to be missed.
The Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center is a cornerstone for contemporary art in Provincetown with a focus on developing and encouraging emerging artists and writers. From readings and art talks to exhibitions there are tons of opportunities to meet the artists and learn more about their work. Readings include poet Jill McDonough and fiction author Hasanthika Sirisena on March 24th. Exhibitions throughout March will feature work from painters, sculptors, and animators, with original work by Anne Clare Rogers (March 9-14), Peter Glenn Oakley (March 16-21), and Jacob Rivkin (March 23-28).
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