Anina Major: No Vacancy in Paradise

Fine Arts Work Center Fellow, Anina Major displays work at the Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Provincetown, MA, February, 2020

Learn more about Anina, here.

Learn more about the Fellowship, here.

Read more on the exhibition in The Provincetown Independent article, “Anina Major Finds ‘No vacancy in Paradise'”, by Susannah Elisabeth Fulcher


“The title of Major’s show at FAWC, which has an opening reception this Friday, is “No Vacancy in Paradise,” which is the title of a poem written by Bahamian cultural critic Patricia Glinton-Meicholas. Major reads the last paragraph of the poem aloud — words that strike a chord with her: ‘No, there’s no vacancy in paradise/ we are claiming all the rooms/ willing only to lend space/ to those who take with due respect/ the role of the gracious guest.'”

Read More

Download the Article

Anina Major Finds ‘No Vacancy in Paradise’ - The Provincetown Independent