Where We Are
|We’re located at the tip of Cape Cod in Provincetown, Massachusetts, where our facilities include artist studios; live-work residences; the Michael Mazur Print Shop; a reading library and bookstore; and the Stanley Kunitz Common Room and Hudson D. Walker Galleries, where we host year round readings, artist talks, exhibitions, and live performance.|
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What We Do
We select 20 Fellows to live and work in Provincetown from October 1 – April 30. The Fellowship is designed for emerging artists and writers to focus solely on creative practice. Fellows share their work as part of our winter public program, which also includes lectures and readings from visiting artists and writers.
During late spring and early fall, past Fellows and friends of the Work Center return to Provincetown for short term stays during our Returning Residency program, which offers artists and writers dedicated time to advance creative projects and ideas.
Every summer, we welcome students and faculty for a full season of open enrollment, multidisciplinary course offerings in literature, visual art, playwriting, and more. This program includes over 50 public events that are free and open to our community.
24PearlStreet Online Writing Workshops
All year, we offer online learning opportunities of varying lengths and skill levels through our online writing program 24PearlStreet, where writers can work with esteemed poets, prose writers, and graphic novelists in small group, virtual settings.