The Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Museum School presents Fall 2016
This is my debut program here at the Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Museum School. This past summer, for me, was a whirlwind of inspiring teaching artists, lovely students, learning from mistakes, and developing relationships with our rich artistic community.
Within these pages, local artists are offering up their time and talent to liven up your fall months. Whether you only have the time for a one-day intensive workshop, or prefer to extend your learning over a six week course, we hope to have a workshop that ignites your interest. Beginners and trained artists alike are welcome in our studios to expand their craft, inform their ideas, and boost their creative confidence in our collaborative and convivial atmosphere.
Picture this: A fresh and brittle fall morning, and you, an aspiring painter, planted along the brick sidewalks of Provincetown capturing it en plein air.
Picture this: Spending a soggy November afternoon in a snug studio, churning Baby Blue, one of our printing presses.
Whatever your passion, we hope we can be a part of your pursuit.
All of us here at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum hope you’ll join us this fall!
-Kiah, and all of us at PAAM!
image: Jules Aarons, Untitled (Provincetown woman in apron), c. 1949-1950, gelatin silver print, Gift of David Murphy, 2008