Emerging Artists and the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA

For an emerging artist or writer juggling many a day job to keep food on the table, a fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA is pretty much heaven on earth. A fellowship includes a studio, an apartment, and a stipend for seven months. The only requirement: create.

Provincetown, MA

For an emerging artist or writer juggling many a day job to keep food on the table, a fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA is pretty much heaven on earth.  A fellowship includes  a studio, an apartment, and a stipend for seven months.  The only requirement: create.  

We caught up with writers, Joshua Rivkin and Margaret Reges, and artists, Alison O’Daniel, Esteban delValle, Lisa Iglesias and Jacolby Satterwaite to hear how the precious commodity of time, and getting away from their daily routines, has impacted their development as an artist.   Check out the video above and hear their inspring stories.

Esteban delValle in his studio

To learn more about the Fine Arts Work Center, and their wide array of summer classes and events, not to mention the extremely competitive and highly coveted seven-month fellowships, click here.

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