January FAWC Friday with Alicia Grullón
and Matthew Klam

Friday, January 5, 2024
5-9 PM

Join us on the first Friday of every month between November and February for a fantastic lineup of visiting writers and visual artists of national recognition who will share their work. Our Fellows in residence will also be invited to open their studios for you to explore, and the Michael Mazur Printmaking Studio will be available for art-making activities. To add to the festive atmosphere, we have local musicians lined up, and Cape Cod restaurants and caterers will provide food and drinks for all. FAWC Fridays are a unique opportunity for our community to come together and celebrate in a fun and participatory way.

This program is free; reservations are encouraged.

5 PM
Farm-to-Table Food with Delicious Living Nutrition
Stanley Kunitz Common Room

Steel Drums by Jefferey Clayton
Stanley Kunitz Common Room

6 PM
Artist Talk and Reading with
Visual Artist Alicia Grullón and
Writer Matthew Klam

followed by Audience Conversation
Stanley Kunitz Common Room

7:30 PM
Gallery Activation with IMPROVincetown
Hudson D. Walker Gallery

Printmaking Demonstration by
Printmaker Vicky Tomayko

Michael Mazur Printmaking Studio

Pop-Up Bookshop with East End Books
Hudson D. Walker Gallery

Open Studios with select Fellows

9 PM
End of Event

This program is free; reservations are encouraged.

About Our Visiting Artists

Alicia Grullón


Alicia Grullón is a New York City-based artist whose works have been featured in group exhibitions across various institutions, including The 8th Floor, Bronx Museum of the Arts, and School of Visual Arts. She has participated in several residencies and has been awarded grants from the Puffin Foundation, Bronx Council on the Arts, among others. Grullón has presented at the Whitney Biennial, Creative Time Summit, The Royal College of Art, and United States Association for Art Educators, and her work has been covered in outlets such as The New York Times, Creative Time Reports, and Hyperallergic. In addition to her art, Grullón is an activist who has been instrumental in the organization of The People’s Cultural Plan (The PCP). Through her legislative art project PERCENT FOR GREEN, Grullón focuses on climate change from the perspective of environmental injustices in the Bronx. Grullón’s curatorial projects include What is Here is Open: Selections from Treasures of the Trash Collection and Her Art Will Be Cannibal. Grullón has also served as a mentor for New York Foundation of the Arts’ Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program and as an artist and community fellow for Columbia University’s Wallach Art Gallery. In 2021, she received an honorary doctorate degree in Fine Arts from Moore College of Art and Design. She is currently an adjunct at The School of Visual Arts and the City University of New York.



Matthew Klam is the author of the novel, Who Is Rich?, a New York Times and Washington Post Notable Book, nominated for the Center for Fiction’s First Novel Prize, and Sam the Cat, winner of the PEN/Robert Bingham Prize for a Debut Short Story Collection, and a finalist for The Los Angeles Times Book of the Year, First Fiction. He’s a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Whiting Award, and a National Endowment of the Arts. His writing has been featured in such places as The New Yorker, Harper’s, GQ, The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, The O’ Henry Prize Stories, The Best American Nonrequired Reading, and The Ecco Anthology of Contemporary American Short Fiction. He’s currently a Visiting Associate Professor of Creative Writing at Stony Brook University.

The Stanley Kunitz Common Room and the Hudson D. Walker Gallery are accessible facilities in compliance with ADA guidelines.

If you require assistance accessing these venues, please call the Fine Arts Work Center at 508-487-9960 ext.101 before your visit.

Sponsored partly by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Mass Cultural Council, Mass Development, and Provincetown Tourism Fund.

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