Fine Arts Work Center Summer Workshop Program

Posted 2.4.10

Type: 
Conference
Location: 
Provincetown, MA
Event Date: 
January 1, 2099
E-mail: 
workshops@fawc.org

The Fine Arts Work Center’s annual summer workshops in poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction was held from June 15 to August 29 in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The faculty includes poets Henri Cole, Nick Flynn, Marie Howe, John Murillo, and Alan Shapiro; fiction writers Julia Glass, Pam Houston, Reif Larsen, and Salvatore Scibona; and creative nonfiction writers Stephen Elliott, Ariel Levy, and Dani Shapiro. Tuition ranged from $600 to $725. Housing was available at nearby guesthouses and may be available on campus. The deadline for scholarship applications was April 15. A deposit of $150 per class was required for registration and was nonrefundable after May 6. Visit the website for more information.

Contact Information: 

Fine Arts Work Center Summer Workshop Program, 24 Pearl Street, Provincetown, MA 02657. (508) 487-9960, ext. 103. Cyndi Wish, Summer Program Director.

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