Eilen Jewell performs Thursday, May 3rd!

Crafting a unique style that mixes poetic ballads with swinging rockers, Eilen Jewell ranks among the best in the Americana genre today. As the reigning Queen of the Minor Key, Jewell leads a tight quartet who blend influences of surf noir, early blues, rockabilly, and 1960s era rock and roll.  Continue reading

Synesthesia

Synesthesia
The Music Inspired Portraits and Mindscapes of Lennie Peterson

Synesthesia is a condition where any one of the 5 senses “co-activates” with another of the 5 senses. For instance, seeing color or shapes when you hear certain music (think Kandinsky), or being able to visualize a memory or a touch when you smell a certain smell.

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Ruins

Born in 1949 on Terceira Island, Azores, Orlando Azevedo dedicates himself professionally to documentary photography throughout his travels and expeditions across Portugal, Brazil and beyond. Between 1999 and 2002, he was an idealizer and coordinator of the Heart Exhibition of Brazil. He traveled throughout the national territory in a jeep, photographing the county for work that would later be showcased in exhibitions through Brazil and abroad, as well as multiple books.  Continue reading

The Sky is the Limit

With spring comes a breath of fresh air; breathe! Embrace change as the seasons do; do not limit you, let this be an opportunity to be adventurous, explore new places and reach new heights!  

This exhibit, held in the Narrows Café Gallery, has been created by students of People Incorporated and in part supported by a grant from the Fall River Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Alphabet Letters

     In 2008, Carol Way Wood created the letters of the alphabet for an exhibition on Martha’s Vineyard. She used graphite pencil and watercolors and paint in a sensitive whimsical style. With the exception of the California Quail, she used birds, animals and plants that exist in her own environment and have special meaning. Continue reading