Connect, be Inspired and exchange ideas!

The Creative Exchange highlights artists in every medium – including writers, performing artists, and visual artists – and features outstanding speakers on an array of topics through a series of podcasts. 

Creative Exchange LIVE!

Join us May 30 at 5 pm at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod for a live panel discussion followed by a cocktail party with a few of our podcast guests as well as time to meet other Cape creatives!

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Susan Blood, Arts Foundation of Cape Cod’s 2018 writing fellowship and is currently working on a novel. Her collection of essays, How Not to Do Things, came out in 2017 from Surface Popper Publications.

THE PROCESS OF CREATIVE PRODUCTIVITY. Take a deep dive into Susan’s week spent in a C-Scape Dune Shack--primitive, historic, and isolated with no indoor plumbing or electricity--to her processes for getting personal and professional writing done, Susan reminds us of the importance of forging our own creative paths.

Now Available!Susan’s week in the C-Scape Dune Shack - underwritten by Tammy Glivinski and Jim SabenListen on Apple PodcastsListen on Spotify

Chris McCarthy, Executive Director of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum (PAAM)

THE PROCESS OF LEADING IN THE ARTS. In this episode, Chris challenges the seasonal nature of Cape Cod and shows us a bit of what it’s like to run the Cape’s most widely-attended art museum.

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Mary-Ann Agresti, AIA received a BFA in Editorial Design from Syracuse University and a Masters of Architecture from University of Pennsylvania. Parallel to her design career she has independently followed a passion for the printmaking process and has become accomplished teaching and practicing the arts of traditional intaglio / etching and letterpress.

THE PROCESS OF RECOGNIZING THE “SPACES BETWEEN” Mary-Ann recognizes a need for careful review of what she calls “ the space between” – those spaces that remain between build projects, or public ways or that connect primary venues in public areas. These are the spaces that connect. This exploration has resulted in recently completed public art installations – murals, sculptures and heritage trail kiosks– that tell a narrative and unify public space in her community.

Release date May 9th

Christine Kunewa Walker, CEO and executive director of the Provincetown Film Society and founder and former president of Werk Werc Works, a feature film production and finance company based in Minneapolis.

THE PROCESS OF WORKING IN THE FILM INDUSTRY. Christine speaks about breaking into the film festival circuit and representation in film. We also learn more about Christine’s creative process.

Release date May 16th

Sara Moran is a board-certified art therapist, psychotherapist, and with a master’s degree in art therapy from Pratt Institute. She utilizes art making and the creative process to assist individuals in self expression, emotional regulation, and processing trauma.

THE PROCESS OF HEALING IN THE ARTS. Sara discusses how she uses art making and the creative process as a means to heal. Sara owns her own practice, Cape Cod Art Therapy in Eastham, where she executes her unique and dynamic approach.

Release date May 19th