We are delighted to present the Summer Program for 2017 at the Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Museum School at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.
Our studios will be brimming with an assemblage of workshops, taught by talented artists who continue to be inspired by America’s oldest continuous art colony. Workshops run from one-day to week-long intensives, and are held in our non-toxic, LEED-certified green studios, as well as in artist studios off-site. Children five and up are welcome in Children’s Art Adventures on Thursday and Friday mornings. While they practice art making, their parents and guardians are free to explore their own craft. Whether you are classically trained or just beginning to find your way, we invite you to awaken your artistic passions at PAAM.
In the Summer Program, you will find the hard work of our local artists; gifted and dedicated painters, printmakers, photographers, sculptors, illustrators, writers, historians, and teachers who have given their energy to the education of artists in Provincetown. We welcome a small group of talented new teaching artists to the program this summer, and celebrate our tried and true.
Honor Provincetown’s century-long tradition of fine art instruction, an educational practice brought to Provincetown in 1899 by one of PAAM’s own founders, Charles Hawthorne, by joining us in our studios this summer.
-Kiah, and all of us at PAAM
image: Lena Gurr, untitled (harbor scene), 1898, oil on board, Gift of Helen and Napi Van Derek, 2007