I arrived last night in beautiful Provincetown for my 3.5 week residency, so I thought it would be fitting to highlight Cape Cod for this week’s Residency Roll Call.

Fine Arts Work Center

My studio at the work center

Print room and some studios at FAWC (my photo)

Every year the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown hosts visual artists and writers during the winter months. This place is family friendly and is open to artists and writers in the early, emerging parts of their career. Fellows are awarded an apartment as well as a separate studio to work in. They have a print shop with multiple presses and a basic wood shop. I am personally fond of this place as it is where I am doing my low residency MFA program. Visual Arts applications are due Febuary 1.

HERE are the application guidelines.

Margo-Gelb Shack


The residency is open to six artists that represent a mix of different media and occupy the shacks from mid-May to mid-October. Each artist is awarded a two-week residency and the cost depends on the weeks chosen from $175-$350 per week. Priority is given to Alumni fellows of FAWC, members of PAAM, and members of Castle Hill.

HERE is more information on how to apply.

Gallery Ehva

This gallery is located in Provincetown, MA and offers two-week long residencies to artists during the winter months (October – May). This offer is only for work space, so you would have to find housing or be a local Cape Cod resident.

More information HERE