DECEMBER 02, 2021
FINE ARTS WORK CENTER WELCOMES ITS 2021-2022 FELLOWS
20 visual artists and writers take up residence in Provincetown.LEARN MORE
DECEMBER 02, 2021
A FIRST PEEK INTO FAWC’S NEW HEART
After more than five years, the renovation of the Fine Arts Work Center campus is nearly complete.
In the renovated Walker Gallery, an exhibition that unites past and future.
NOVEMBER 20, 2021
WIDLINE CADET AND JACOLBY SATTERWHITE AT MOMA
The Studio Museum in Harlem’s annual Artist-in-Residence exhibition “(Never) As I Was: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2020-21”
will be on view at MoMA PS1 from November 18, 2021 to February 27, 2022. This exhibition features work by Widline Cadet and Jacolby Satterwhite.
NOVEMBER 19, 2021
JENNIFER PACKER: PAINTING AS AN EXERCISE IN TENDERNESS
In a virtuosic solo show at the Whitney, the artist finds her subjects’ complex humanity, and offers a new way forward for representation.LEARN MORE
NOVEMBER 09, 2021
ADA LIMÓN NAMED NEW HOST OF NPR'S "THE SLOWDOWN"
November 9’s episode celebrates Provincetown and the Fellowship ProgramLEARN MORE
OCTOBER 16, 2021
THE INEXORABLE PULL OF LISA YUSKAVAGE’S PAINTINGS
In one painting the artist lets the viewer know where they can go with their gaze, curiosity, and sympathy, with not one, but two middle fingers.LEARN MORE
OCTOBER 09, 2021
THE WELLIN MUSEUM OF ART PRESENTS "SARAH OPPENHEIMER: SENSITIVE MACHINE"
Through four newly designed “instruments,” Oppenheimer explores how individual and communal actions shape the spaces we inhabit.LEARN MORE
AUGUST 28, 2021
A NEW DIRECTOR WILL WELCOME FELLOWS TO FAWC THIS FALL
Sharon Polli, fresh from Brooklyn, emphasizes community building.LEARN MORE
JULY 20, 2021
REMEMBERING TOM DONEGAN
The Fine Arts Work Center remembers longstanding Trustee, supporter, and friend Tom Donegan.LEARN MORE
JULY 15, 2021
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.LEARN MORE