Embrace the cold nights of mid-winter with Twenty Summers and the Captain's Daughters at our Pop-Up in Boston! We're bringing Provincetown's winter light to the city for one evening, presenting a concert and art show in the historic Boston Button Factory, featuring performances by Samia, Tuft, DJ Emerson (White Animal Sound), a curated selection of visual artists by The Captain's Daughters, and free drinks straight from Cape Cod.
Watch full-length and short-form videos or listen to the podcast from Twenty Summers' 2018 season of concerts and conversations. Season Five took place May 18–June 16, 2018 and featured concerts with Kevin Morby, Dar Williams, Bedouine, Martha Wainwright, John Gorka, Marissa Nadler, and Overcoats; conversations with fashion icon Isaac Mizrahi with actor Alan Cumming, journalists Jodi Kantor and Andrew Sullivan, authors Michael Cunningham and Daniel Mendelsohn, poets Robert Pinsky and Monica Youn, and playwright J.T. Rogers with journalist Rajiv Chandrasekaran; plus a theatrical reading of the play POLLOCK. Watch Now!
We are building a community of individuals who want to support and extend Twenty Summers’ mission. To do so we are offering a limited number of 2019 Season Memberships that offer Early Bird Ticket Access, Special Events, Merchandise and more.
In 1907, Charles Webster Hawthorne, the 35-year-old son of a sea captain, built a barn-like studio on a sandy bluff in Provincetown on the tip of Cape Cod. Hawthorne was an Impressionist painter. And he turned the barn into the Cape Cod School of Art–the first in America to hold outdoor sessions.
In the weekdays between our events, we welcome artists into the Barn to live and work in the space, and share their experiences at Open Studios on the final night of their residency. Learn more about the painters, musicians, and photographers who joined us in our past seasons.