The Fredi Schiff Levin Lecture Series

Fredi Schiff Levin (1915-2002), untitled (man in landscape), detail, n.d., oil on canvas, PAAM Collection, Gift of John Levin, 2003

The Fredi Schiff Levin Lecture Series welcomes artists, art historians, curators, and authors to speak at PAAM, both in conjunction with exhibitions and as independent scholars.

The series was established in honor of artist Fredi Schiff Levin, an active member of Provincetown’s arts community from the 1960s until her passing in 2002. We extend our deepest gratitude to The Levin Family, who graciously sponsors this series.

This year, we’re welcoming guests back into the galleries for in-person lectures, which are included with Museum admission ($15). Lectures are also streamed live on our Facebook and YouTube channels. Watch previous lectures here.

The 2022 Series

Thursday, June 16, 6pm

Exhibiting artist Rowland Scherman is joined by curators Jane Paradise and Andy Wentz to discuss Spirit of the 60s, on view through June 26.

Thursday, July 21, 6pm

Documentary filmmaker Jane Anderson joins us for a discussion about her Great-Aunt, the artist Edith Lake Wilkinson, in conjunction with the exhibition of her work on view through August 21.

Thursday, August 4, 6pm

Exhibiting artist Zehra Khan is joined by curator Megan Hinton to discuss Your Everyday Myths, on view through August 28.

Thursday, September 1, 6pm

Exhibiting artists Midge Battelle, Rebecca Bruyn, and Amy Heller are joined by curator Michelle Law to discuss Out of the Blue, on view through November 13.