FEBRUARY 2019

Two recent Visual Arts Fellows, Jennifer Packer (2014-15, 2015-16), and Troy Michie (2016-17) have been selected to participate in the 2019 Whitney Biennial.

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JANUARY 2019

 

The Fine Arts Work Center mourns the loss of Provincetown poet, and dear friend, MARY OLIVER.

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SEPTEMBER 2018

SUMMER 2018

 


 

Remembering Tom Donegan

The Fine Arts Work Center remembers longstanding Trustee, supporter, and friend Tom Donegan.

ANTONIUS BUI - SOLO EXHIBITION AT MONIQUEMELOCHE

moniquemeloche is pleased to announce the gallery’s debut solo exhibition with Antonius Bui – The Detour is To Be Where We Are.  Bui will present a new series of intensively hand-cut paper portraits, a visualization of hybrid identities and histories, told through an intersectional queer AAPI lens. 

The Fine Arts Work Center Remembers Poet, Essayist, and Writing Fellow April Freely

It is with tremendous grief and sadness that the Fine Arts Work Center remembers our friend, colleague, and Fellow April Freely. April was selected as a Writing Fellow in 2014-2015 and then returned to the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown as a second-year Fellow in 2017-2018.

“GIVE MY LOVE TO THE SAVAGES” – CHRIS STUCK’S DEBUT COLLECTION AVAILABLE JULY 6

Give My Love to the Savages, a provocative and raw debut collection of short fiction by Chris Stuck (Writing Fellow 2006-2007 and 2001-2002), will be published by Amistad/HarperCollins on July 6. “The nine tales in Give My Love to the Savages illuminate the multifaceted Black experience, exploring the thorny intersections of race, identity, and Black life through an extraordinary cast of characters.

JENNIFER PACKER – SOLO EXHIBITION AT MOCA LOS ANGELES

“Every Shut Eye Ain’t Sleep,”  is the title of the West coast debut exhibition of New York-based artist Jennifer Packer (Visual Arts Fellow 2015-2016 and 2014-2015) at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles. The show features 26 paintings and works on paper, many of which were produced in the last year.

ARCHITECTURAL TOURS OF THE WORK CENTER’S CAMPUS TRANSFORMATION

Please join us for a free public tour of the Work Center’s campus transformation now underway. Led by architect Bruce Skiles Danzer, Jr., AIA (LAB [3.2] Architecture and a Work Center Trustee), visitors will have the opportunity to discover more about the rich history of the Work Center and learn about all the exciting changes now taking place across the campus. Public tour dates include – Friday, July 2 at 10AM, Friday, July 16 at 10AM and Friday, July 30 at 10AM.

FIRELEI BÁEZ’S MONUMENTAL SCULPTURE OPENING AT THE ICA/BOSTON WATERSHED

The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston’s ICA Watershed will feature a newly commissioned, monumental sculpture by acclaimed artist Firelei Báez (Visual Arts Fellow 2013-2014). “In her largest sculptural installation to date, the artist reimagines the archeological ruins of the Sans-Souci Palace in Haiti as though they were revealed in East Boston after the sea receded from the Watershed floor.

ESTEBAN DEL VALLE BEGINS HIS NEW MURAL FOR THE PROVINCETOWN PUBLIC ARTS FOUNDATION

Esteban Del Valle (Visual Arts Fellow 2017-2018 and 2012-2013) has just begun painting his new mural for The Provincetown Public Arts Foundation’s first public art project in Provincetown. Esteban’s mural is located on the west-side alley wall of Marine Specialties on 235 Commercial Street – a space donated by the Patrick family.

MEET OUR 2021-2022 INCOMING FELLOWS

The Fine Arts Work Center is pleased to announce its incoming 2021-2022 Fellows, an exceptional group of emerging artists and writers selected from a pool of more than 1300 applicants from across the globe.

SABLE ELYSE SMITH NAMED ONE OF 16 LGBTQ VISUAL ARTISTS TO KNOW

Essence Magazine has just named Sable Elyse Smith (Visual Arts Fellow 2016-2017) “one of the black contemporary artists that have increased queer visibility and shaped our understanding of identity and sexuality through their work.” Elyse Smith is an interdisciplinary artist who creates using photography, illuminated neon text, video installations and other mediums. “Queer individuals are the heartbeat of the arts community.

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