JULIE HELLER GALLERY

2 Gosnold Street, Provincetown, MA 02657 - 508.487.2169   sedgwickx@gmail.com

JULIE HELLER EAST *

465 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657 - 508.487.2166  juliehellereast@gmail.com (*mailing address)

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36 Hours, Provincetown, Mass.

July 27, 2014

You’re never far from the sea at this Cape Cod beach town - or from an outdoor cafe with fresh seafood, and a view.

 

Perched at the tip of Cape Cod - or at the end of the world, as locals like to say - Provincetown is a quirky beach community favored by artists, drag queens, L.G.B.T. people, heterosexual families from the suburbs and oddballs on the run.  Provincetown combines small-town charm with big-city spunk, and it’s nestled among miles of peaceful dunes and seashore. If you want solitude , come in the winter when hardly anyone is here - or anything is open. But if you’re after warm weather and high-season theatrics, arrive in July, August or early September. Be careful about what summer week you choose. Many have a theme, and your Provincetown experience will differ whether you’re here for “Family Week,” “Girl Splash” or “Bear Week.”

 

Friday

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  1. 3.7 P.M. Strolling for Art

Painters love Provincetown for its distinctive vistas and breathtaking light, and on Friday nights you can admire the work of celebrated Cape Cod artists - including Anne Packard and John Dowd - in dozens of galleries that stay open late. (Many offer wine and cheese). Concentrate your efforts in the town’s East End and be sure to visit the Albert Merola Gallery, William-Scott Gallery, Schoolhouse Gallery and Julie Heller Gallery East. Also drop by the 100-year-old Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM), which is free Friday nights and features exhibitions and workshops year-round.

 

 

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