‘Tis the Season to Be Inspired
Opportunities for artists to learn new skills and develop existing ones have long been integral parts of Provincetown. Art schools and classes first appeared as far back as 1899, when Charles Webster Hawthorn opened the Cape Cod School of Art. Generations later, artistic creativity and self-expression can still be explored with the help of associations like Cape School of Art the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM) and The Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill. The Cape School of Art, PAAM and Castle Hill each offer working artists and students a plethora of opportunity to spur creativity with workshops and events that run throughout the year. Outside of these organizations there are plenty of local artist that offer classes and instruction on an individual basis. Whether you are seeking a residency or just trying to get yourself out of the house this fall or winter, I encourage you to take a look and sign up.
Here’s a list of links to check out if you’re interested in finding a class to join:
PAAM’s Open Sessions: A series of drop in classes sans instruction / preregistration is not required.
Enjoy and let me know what you make this season!