A non-profit art school directly descended from Provincetown's original art school founded by Charles Hawthorne in 1899. Teaching artists to see and paint light and color, as Henry Hensche did for 60 years.
2014 Painting workshops all summer and fall.
With a gallery, studios and print shop, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown is a nonprofit organization dedicated to encouraging the growth and development of emerging visual artists and writers and to restoring the year-round vitality of the historic art colony of Provincetown. The Work Center is internationally known for it accla...
Provincetown is home to the longest continuing Artist's Community in the United States and Larkin Gallery is proud to honor that distinction by presenting work by emerging and established artists who uphold the tradition of excellence in Art. We're open year-round and ask you to stop in often as exhibits change frequently.
PAAM is a nationally recognized cultural institution dedicated to promoting and cultivating the practice and application of all branches of fine arts in Provincetown, America's oldest living art colony.
Located in the center of town, Cortile Gallery represents a diverse body of artists' works on two gallery levels. Collections emphasize local & regional artwork. Oils, glass, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, prints, & more.
The Rice Polak Gallery is one of the primary venues for contemporary art. Founded in 1992 the focus of the gallery is on the quality and context of artwork.
The gallery represents a group of emerging and established artists whose work is both contemporary and contemplative. It is not media specific and shows a wide cross-section of ar...