FAWC Friday: Forward
Friday, January 6, 2023
The Fine Arts Work Center is excited to invite you to our interactive new series: FAWC Fridays. This series features free nights of programming every first Friday between December and February, to engage audiences from Provincetown—and beyond. Each month we welcome a nationally recognized visiting writer and visual artist, alongside local artists, and performers. Every event takes a unique turn and provides the opportunity to connect the community with the Fellowship through open studios, print shop activities, and more. We celebrate the evening with food and drinks made available by local businesses from Provincetown and Outer Cape Cod.
This month’s programming is organized in collaboration with FAWC Fellowship Coordinators, S Emsaki and Laura Cresté.
Please see below the January schedule of events.
This program is free; reservations are encouraged.
Dancing Spoons Food Truck
Jazz Vocalist Mozelle Andrulot
Daniel A. Mullin Courtyard
Stanley Kunitz Common Room
Artist Talk and Reading with
Visual Artist Golnar Adili and
Writer Asako Serizawa
followed by Audience Conversation
Migrant Language, a happening in solidarity with the Woman Life Freedom revolution,
organized by S. Emsaki
Hudson D. Walker Gallery
Pop Up Bookshop with East End Books
Hudson D. Walker Gallery
Collaborative Silkscreen Printing with
Vicky Tomayko and Tinja Ruusuvuori
Michael Mazur Printmaking Studio
Learn more about our invited guests
Golnar Adili, Visual Artist
Golnar Adili is a mixed media artist, educator, and designer with a focus on diasporic identity. She holds a Master’s degree in architecture from the University of Michigan and has attended residencies at the Rockefeller Foundation for the Arts in Bellagio, Italy, The Center for Book Arts, NY, Smack Mellon in Brooklyn, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, the MacDowell Colony, Ucross Foundation for the Arts, Lower East Side Printshop, Women’s Studio Workshop, and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace among others.
Some of the venues Adili has shown her work include, The Victoria And Albert Museum in London, Nurture Art, Craft and Folk Art Museum LA, and International Print Center NY. Some of the grants she has received include the Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant, the NYFA Fellowship in Printmaking/Drawing/Artists Books, and the Jerome Hill Finalist Grant in addition to being a Jameel Prize finalist. Library of Congress, New York Public Library, Rutgers University, Parsons School of Design, Yale University, Harvard, and University of Michigan, are a few collections Adili’s Artist Books Live in.
Asako Serizawa, Fiction Writer
ASAKO SERIZAWA’s debut book of fiction, INHERITORS, won the PEN/Open Book Award and The Story Prize Spotlight Award, was a Massachusetts Book Awards Honors Book, and was longlisted for the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize. A recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Mass Cultural Council, her work has also been awarded two O. Henry Prizes, a Pushcart Prize, a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers’ Award, and fellowships from FAWC, MacDowell, and the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, among others. She currently lives in Boston.
Mozelle Andrulot, Jazz Vocalist
Mozelle Andrulot grew up in Eastham, Massachusetts and attended Lesley University where she studied Liberal Arts. Andrulot’s career has taken her to New York City and London where she performed at the SoHo House in both cities. On the Cape, she has performed at Mahony’s, Tin Pan Alley, The Muse and Bootleggers in Provincetown. Andrulot has graced the stage with local notable jazz artists Bruce Abbot, Fred Fried, and John Thomas. This local jazz jewel, along with Doug Ricardi’s Jazz till Dawn, entertained audiences from Wellfleet’s Preservation Hall to the Yarmouth Cultural Center.
The Stanley Kunitz Common Room and the Hudson D. Walker Gallery are accessible facilities in compliance with ADA guidelines.
If you require assistance to access these venues, please call the Fine Arts Work Center at 508-487-9960 ext. 101 in advance of your visit.
Sponsored in part by the Provincetown Tourism Fund.