Join us as we celebrate an extraordinary summer of workshops, exhibitions, and events. Browse our catalog of nearly 100 inspiring classes in poetry, fiction, memoir, nonfiction, playwriting, songwriting, painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and photography.
The sensationally popular ANNUAL POETRY FESTIVAL expands to two weeks, including keynotes from Terrance Hayes and Major Jackson, and 15 workshops taught by many of our nation’s most inspired and awarded poets. The galvanizing WRITERS & ARTISTS AS ACTIVISTS WEEK returns with a keynote by Mahogany L. Browne and special guest lecture by Linda Villarosa. This week dedicated to social activism and radical artmaking includes 9 workshops by writers and artists whose work focuses on social and political issues through the lens of creative action.
An exciting roster of new visual arts faculty join us to teach drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking workshops. Our acclaimed MASTER PRINTER SERIES continues in the Michael Mazur Print studio, a state-of-the-art facility, and builds on our women printmakers initiative with inspiring new faculty and returning favorites.
Dive deep into nonfiction and transform real life experiences into art. Join us for MEMOIR & CREATIVE NONFICTION WEEK, an exhilarating intensive featuring a keynote by Gregory Orr and an outstanding faculty of 9 writers and artists teaching workshops in memoir, essay, creative nonfiction, portrait painting, figurative sculpture, printmaking, and graphic memoir.
We are honored to continue our WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS SERIES, with Paula Vogel, Melinda Lopez, and Jonatha Brooke, and to debut our new WRITING QUEER LIVES SERIES with Andrea Lawlor, Paul Lisicky, and T Kira Madden.
The Work Center will be electric with nightly readings and talks by our distinguished faculty. With 24-hour studio access, you’ll be free to create any time you like. Enjoy daily breakfasts in the lounge, receptions, and our beloved student open studios and readings.
All summer workshops are held on the campus of the Fine Arts Work Center, located in the heart of Provincetown on the tip of Cape Cod, surrounded by 40 miles of pristine national seashore. As the nation’s oldest continuous art colony, Provincetown’s streets are lined with art galleries, museums, and performing arts spaces providing an array of cultural happenings.
Kelle Groom Dawn Walsh
Director of Education Programs Managing Director