The Fine Arts Work Center is located on Pearl Street in the heart of Provincetown, steps from the cultural and commercial center of town and surrounded by the beauty of the Cape Cod National Seashore.
During the summer months, we present an open enrollment Workshop Program featuring nearly 70 different classes, exhibitions, open studios, free public readings, and other community events.
From October through April, we are a private residence for Fellows. Visits during this time take place during public events listed on our events calendar or by appointment only.
The administrative offices are open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. Please contact staff directly to arrange your appointment.
Getting to Provincetown
Provincetown is located at the end of Route 6. From the south, I-195 via Providence, Rhode Island connects to Route 6. From the north or west, take Route 495. From Boston, Route 3 connects to Route 6.
Driving time from Boston: approximately 2 1/2 hours
Driving time from New York City: approximately 6 hours
The Provincetown Municipal Airport (PVC) offers access throughout the year and is located just ten minutes by car from the Fine Arts Work Center. Cape Air and JetBlue offer service between Provincetown and Logan International Airport and from the Westchester County Airport in New York.
The Provincetown Ferry and Provincetown Fast Ferry are very popular options for traveling from Boston to Provincetown. The trip takes about 90 minutes and brings you to Macmillan Wharf, within walking distance of the Work Center. The two ferries run from May to October.
For additional seasonal travel information, please visit the Provincetown Chamber of Commerce.
Parking at the Work Center is primarily reserved for staff, faculty, and residents staying on site, with limited visitor parking available. When making an appointment, please inquire about guest parking pass availability.
Please visit the Town of Provincetown to learn more about parking in Provincetown.
Appointments are encouraged for visits to the Hudson D. Walker Gallery. To make an appointment, click here or call 508.487.9960.
The Fine Arts Work Center is committed to ensuring that we are ADA accessible for all our visitors. If you have accessibility needs, please contact us at 508.487.9960 to discuss how we can best accommodate you and help us prepare for your visit.
Visitors are required to wear masks indoors when visiting the Work Center. Attendees at public events are also asked to show proof of vaccination.