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The Provincetown Community Compact + The Mosquito Story Slam

The Provincetown Community Compact, Inc. (The Compact) was established in 1993 by Jay Critchley as a community-building and philanthropic organization to support living artists and the vitality of the arts community. The mission of The Compact is to advance the health and cultural well being of the yearround Provincetown community and the Lower Cape – its people, the natural environment and the economy. The Compact also acts as a grass-roots incubator (think-ubator) for social, environmental and artistic projects. The Compact has envisioned Provincetown as a Cultural Sanctuary. As such, our projects express the connection between the arts, the community, and the environment. We explore the role and relevance of art and create experiences that break down divides, often in unexpected ways. Compact projects strengthen the interdependence of people and place in order to nurture the creative process and promote sustainability.

The Mosquito Story Slam is a live storytelling event and podcast in its 4th season on the Outer Cape, founded by Vanessa Vartabedian and Caitlin Langstaff. The Mosquito invites its audience members to tell 5-minute true stories related to a theme. Mosquito stories are told, not read. No notes or cheat sheets allowed on stage! A maximum of 10 storytellers are picked at random during the show. We believe sharing stories changes things.

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