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Open Studio: Megan Hinton
Local resident artist Megan Hinton is an abstract painter and visual artist based on Cape Cod.  Hinton will give an artist talk to present and discuss the work she creates during her time in the Barn, to be followed by an audience Q&A and then an evening of music and live projections. During her residency, Hinton plans to paint interior and exterior views of the Hawthorne Barn, aiming to capture the subtleties and vignettes that give the place its character. Through nocturnal projections of her work that incorporate historical photographic references, she hopes to use painting as a way of joining past and contemporary experiences of the Hawthorne Barn and its legacy. Megan Hinton, a published art writer, educator, and avid traveler, has been exhibiting her work in New England and beyond for over fifteen years. Currently an MFA candidate at Mills College in Oakland, California, she also holds degrees from Ohio Wesleyan University, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and New York University. Megan has been awarded numerous artist residencies in the United States, France, and Belgium, as well as three local MA Cultural Council grants. Her paintings are included in the permanent collections of the Cape Cod Museum of Art, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, and the Artists Association of Nantucket.  Sponsored by Boichick This event made possible with support from the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod

When: May 23, 2019 6pm in Provincetown, MA
Jeffrey Foucault and Kris Delmhorst in Concert
Americana singer-songwriters Jeffrey Foucault and Kris Delhmorst may be husband and wife, but each has a distinctive sound and an extensive arsenal of songs to share. They'll be joining us for back-to-back individual acoustic performances, and if we're lucky, the two will share the stage for a few songs, too. Jeffrey Foucault In two decades on the road and multiple albums, Jeffrey Foucault has become one of the most distinctive voices in American music, refining a sound instantly recognizable for its simplicity and emotional power, a decidedly Midwestern amalgam of blues, country, rock’n’roll, and folk. He’s been lauded for “stark, literate songs that are as wide open as the landscape of his native Midwest” (New Yorker) and described as “quietly brilliant” (Irish Times). Don Henley regularly covers Foucault in his live set. Blood Brothers, Foucault’s sixth collection of original songs, showcases yet again his unrelenting dedication to craft and independence from trend. Kris Delmhorst Kris Delmhorst has forged a twenty-year songwriting career notable for a spirit of exploration and collaboration. Her most recent album, The Wild, was coproduced with her husband, fellow songwriter Jeffrey Foucault. It merges Delmhorst’s sophisticated melodies and hauntingly open voice with Foucault’s lean aesthetic to deliver a darkly hopeful, fiercely wise new collection of songs. Previously, Delmhorst released six full-length records on the respected indie label Signature Sounds. 

When: May 24, 2019 7pm in Provincetown, MA
Poppy's Cruisin Croonin Comedy Show
Join Poppy in a new venue at The School House where WOMR is located. and have some fun with Poppy has she breaks in her new comedy show and a few new tunes to croon. Bring your Red cups even if they are double D's.

When: May 24, 2019 7:30PM to May 24, 2019 8:30PMin Provincetown, MA
Cost: 25 - 25 USD
The Art Colony: A Historic Walking Tour with David Dunlap (Tour 2)
You can often tell who’s visiting for the first time. They’re the ones who ask for the whereabouts of this “art colony” they’ve heard so much about. Of course, the answer is “Everywhere you look!” In our 90-minute walk, we’ll explore the close connections between the history of the town and the lives of the artists who have made it their home. Guide David Dunlap, a longtime journalist for the New York Times, is the author of the encyclopedic book Building Provincetown. This is the ticket link for one of the four tours being offered between Friday, May 24 and Monday, May 27. Note: Each tour will be limited to seven participants. These tours sold out quickly last year, so waste no time in securing your space. David Dunlap has covered the built environment of New York City for The New York Times since 1981: infrastructure, architecture, engineering, landmarks, public spaces, and transportation — including Macy’s wooden escalators. His reporting since 2003 has concentrated on the redevelopment of the World Trade Center. He also serves as the keeper of Times history. Dunlap's books include Building Provincetown and From Abyssinian to Zion.

When: May 25, 2019 10am in Provincetown, MA
Stonewall 50: Matthew Riemer, Leighton Brown, and Garrard Conley in Conversation
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, we will host a conversation featuring Matthew Riemer and Leighton Brown, creators of Instagram’s @lgbt_history, and acclaimed author Garrard Conley (Boy Erased). The three authors and activists will talk about Riemer and Brown’s wildly popular @lgbt_history page and their debut book, We Are Everywhere, a rich and sweeping photographic history of the Queer Liberation Movement, along with Garrard Conley’s best-selling memoir. Boy Erased was adapted for the 2018 film of the same name, as well as the podcast UnErased: The History of Conversion Therapy in America. Their shared experience casts a powerful light on the LGBTQ+ community’s hardships in the past, its challenges for the future, and what Stonewall means to us today. Matthew Riemer and Leighton Brown, creators of Instagram’s massively popular @lgbt_history, live in Washington, D.C., where Brown is an attorney and Riemer, a former attorney, is a writer and lecturer. They enjoying fighting fascists, spending time with their dog, and disrupting fundamentalists’ worldviews. Essential and empowering, We Are Everywhere, the couple’s first book, is a rich and sweeping photographic history of the Queer Liberation Movement, combining exhaustively researched narrative with meticulously curated photographs, just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. Garrard Conley is the author of the New York Times best-seller Boy Erased (Penguin 2016), now a major motion picture. Boy Erased was nominated for a Lamdba Literary Award and was featured as a top 2016 nonfiction book by O Magazine, Buzzfeed Books, and Shelf Awareness, and has been translated into over a dozen languages. Conley is also a producer and creator of the podcast UnErased, which explores the history of conversion therapy in America. His work has been published in the New York Times, TIME, VICE, CNN, BuzzFeed, Them, Virginia Quarterly Review, and the Huffington Post. He is currently at work on a novel about queer eighteenth-century lives.

When: May 25, 2019 1pm in Provincetown, MA
2019 Memorial Day Weekend Drag Bingo
Join us for a fun afternoon of Drag Bingo, featuring Tito's Handmade Vodka Specialty Drinks.  Hosted by the Fabulous Mackenzie and her awesome sidekick Austin!  Eight rounds of Bingo for $25, great prizes for each round!  This is an age 21+ event.  Please note: no refunds on tickets.  The event is a fundraiser for the Provincetown Business Guild. RESERVE YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE FOR EARLY ADMISSION!Seating first come first serve!

When: May 25, 2019 2:30PM in Provincetown, MA
Buy a 2019 ALL SHOW SEASON PASS FOR ART HOUSE & TOWN HALL. Cut to front of the line and have a reserved seat for all shows below at The Art House & Town Hall. Buy now and cut to the front of the line with a reserved seat of your choice. Save $500.00 for VIP seating. Just show up 5 minutes before the performance and enjoy the show! All seats are guaranteed to be within the first four rows of either The Art House or Town Hall. Any additional shows programmed that our not on the list below will be made available to you free of charge! (Please note that this Season Pass does not include any of the shows in the AFTERGLOW FESTIVAL which takes place Sept 11 - 15. DEBRA MESSING KATHY NAJIMY JESSIE MUELLER GAVIN CREEL LIZ CALLAWAY FAITH PRINCE MARILYN MAYE CHRISTINE PEDI BIANCA DEL RIO BOB THE DRAG QUEEN VARLA JEAN MERMAN JINKX MONSOON STEVE GRAND MISS CONCEPTION THE KINSEY SICKS JUDY GOLD WELL-STRUNG THE FIRST WIVES FIGHT CLUB BRANDEN & JAMES TORI SCOTT DEVEN GREEN UNITARD

When: May 25, 2019 7pm to May 25, 2019 7pm in Provincetown, MA
Cost: 1200 - 1200 USD
Alex Kotlowitz and Adam Moss in Conversation
In his most recent book, An American Summer: Love and Death in Chicago, acclaimed journalist Alex Kotlowitz once again takes up the subject of youth, poverty, and gun violence in urban America that he explored so powerfully in There Are No Children Here. Joining him to discuss his work and the issues it tackles will be Adam Moss, whose fifteen years of innovative work as editor-in-chief of New York Magazine made it the must-read that it is today. Alex Kotlowitz is the author of four books, including the national bestseller There Are No Children Here, selected by the New York Public Library as one of the 150 most important books of the twentieth century.  His work has appeared in the New Yorker and the New York Times Magazine and has been featured on This American Life.  His documentary work includes The Interrupters, for which he received a Film Independent Spirit Award and an Emmy.  His other honors include a George Polk Award, two Peabody Awards, the Helen Bernstein Award, and the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award. He teaches at Northwestern University. Adam Moss was editor-in-chief of New York Magazine from 2004 until he stepped down in March. The vast digital expansion he oversaw for parent company New York Media led to the creation of five other publications—Vulture, The Cut, Intelligencer, The Strategist, and Grub Street—and grew to reach 50 million visitors each month. During Moss's tenure, New York and nymag.com won 40 National Magazine Awards. Moss first rose to prominence in the early 1990s as founding editor of the legendary weekly 7 Days, after which he took on a succession of leading editorial roles at the New York Times.Advertising Age named him Editor of the Year in 2001, 2007, and 2017; Adweekgave him the same honor in 2018. In 2012 he won the Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism.

When: May 25, 2019 7pm in Provincetown, MA
Poppy's Cruisin Croonin Comedy Show
Join Poppy in a new venue at The School House where WOMR is located. and have some fun with Poppy has she breaks in her new comedy show and a few new tunes to croon. Bring your Red cups even if they are double D's.

When: May 25, 2019 7:30PM to May 25, 2019 8:30PMin Provincetown, MA
Cost: 25 - 25 USD
Sister Funk Trio- Sister Funk
FREE! Come celebrate Memorial Day weekend with us on the Cape!

When: May 25, 2019 9:30PM in Provincetown, MA