Veterans associated with CBAW can apply for the scholarships by visiting the FAWC Scholars Awards application page, available now. Registration for workshops open now. Application deadline is March 1st, 2024.

The Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC) and Community Building Art Works (CBAW) are once again extending an opportunity for veterans to experience a week of world-class writing and visual art workshops in Provincetown, Massachusetts. In collaboration with FAWC’s Summer Workshops in 2024, three scholarships are available for CBAW-affiliated veterans to delve into the realms of fine arts and creative writing.

Key Highlights of the 2024 Summer Workshops
FAWC presents an array of 65 exceptional visual arts and creative writing workshops, led by celebrated and accomplished contemporary artists, spanning nine weeks. Noteworthy features include a new tiered tuition system to enhance accessibility, and a commitment to environmental sustainability by providing an online catalog only.

Scholarship Program Overview

Committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, FAWC has expanded its scholarship program, aiming to welcome individuals historically underserved by the arts community. Last year, 20% of students attended workshops tuition-free, a figure FAWC aims to match or exceed in 2024.

CBAW Scholarships Details

  • Three scholarships available.
  • Covers tuition, housing, and includes a travel stipend.
  • In person in beautiful Provincetown, Massachusetts.

How to Apply

Veterans associated with CBAW can apply for the scholarships by visiting the FAWC Scholars Awards application page. The application deadline is March 1, 2024, with notifications scheduled for early April 2024.

Explore Additional Scholarship Opportunities

FAWC offers a range of sponsored and named scholarships, including those from organizations like Cave Canem, Kundiman, and others. These scholarships not only cover tuition and housing but also provide travel stipends.

For detailed information about the Summer Workshops and to explore the full catalog, visit the FAWC Summer Workshops Program.

About Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC)

About Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC)

The Fine Arts Work Center (FAWC) in Provincetown, MA is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging the growth and development of emerging visual artists and writers and to enhancing the year-round vitality of the historic art community of Provincetown.

The Work Center was founded in 1968 by a group of artists who envisioned a place in Provincetown, MA, the country’s most enduring artists’ community, where artists and writers could live and work together in the early phase of their careers.

Learn more by visiting their website at

FAWC 2024 Summer Workshops

FAWC’s signature education program will offer 65 week-long, open-enrollment workshops in visual arts and creative writing to hundreds of students over the course of nine weeks this summer. All workshops are taught by nationally recognized artists and writers. Click here to find out who’s teaching this summer. A Week at FAWC offers a variety of readings, artist talks and special events that are free and open to the public.

Browse the Summer Workshop Program 2024 Catalog

FAWC Scholarship Poster