Earth Dialogues: Carol Langstaff & Ana Flores
Earth Dialogues: Carol Langstaff & Ana Flores The two artists in this exhibit have had studios in rural settings for some time; Carol Langstaff has been a long time resident in the hills of Vermont, Ana Flores lives next to a... (MORE)
JANUARY 11, 2020 - FEBRUARY 28, 2020

Reception: JANUARY 11, 2020 at 2 - 4



Colorful Symbolism
Together we dive into a sea of rich colors evoking passion, creativity, love, grounding, intuition, higher consciousness, and pleasure. These are the emotions directly related to the chakra colors, the inspiration for this collection. As you tune into the images... (MORE)
JANUARY 12, 2020 - FEBRUARY 16, 2020


Carlson+Potkay
Shared Landscapes: Invisible Worlds

Alyn Carlson and Joan Potkay Shared Landscapes: Invisible Worlds is based on similar memory patterns formed in their primal first experiences. The DNA of their childhood memories formed in a moment are carried in their internal landscape throughout their lives. Not... (MORE)
NOVEMBER 23, 2019 - JANUARY 3, 2020


What About the Kids?
What About the Kids? With everything that is happening in the world, I urge you to ask yourself one question: What about the kids? What are you doing to help the kids around you, the kids of the next generation,... (MORE)
OCTOBER 13, 2019 - NOVEMBER 30, 2019


Thor's Hammer
Thor’s Hammer is a socio-political exhibit based on Marvel Comics imagery. Each sculpture reimagines an aspect of Marvel Comics in the context of current issues. While the art was inspired by Marvel Comics, it’s not about the comics. It’s Marvel Comics... (MORE)
SEPTEMBER 21, 2019 - NOVEMBER 16, 2019

Reception: OCTOBER 5, 2019 at 1:00 PM



Teens Putting Fall River on the Map
Two thematic maps and a collection of photojournalistic images of Fall River are the culmination of the inaugural summer program for the youth-driven arts nonprofit YEAH! (Youth Experiencing Artistic Hope) whose studio is part of the Narrows Arts Community. (more…) (MORE)
SEPTEMBER 7, 2019 - OCTOBER 4, 2019


Digits
I use systems and mathematical patterns to make work about space, optics, and perception. I want to create spaces that embody a sense of the something sacred; spaces that transport. I’m searching for a sense of liminality, for spaces in... (MORE)
JULY 27, 2019 - SEPTEMBER 14, 2019

Reception: SEPTEMBER 14, 2019 at 2PM - 4PM



A Roomful of Looms
Amending the Past: “Teaching through Textiles,” the history of our nation In the Spring of 2019, Artist Rhonda M Fazio, Art Specialist Karen Graca and her textile students from Kuss Middle School began a conversation to express thoughts on the... (MORE)
JUNE 8, 2019 - JULY 27, 2019


Slow Motion
As we struggle to remember the specifics of a certain memory, some of the edges come into focus, sharp and well defined. Other details are hazy and remain tantalizing, just beyond our grasp. A photograph—presenting a two-dimensional representation of an... (MORE)
JUNE 1, 2019 - JULY 20, 2019


Through Our Eyes
The over thirty photographers whose work is displayed in this exhibit are all adult English-language learners at SER-Jobs for Progress, Inc.  Over the past year, they have been exploring the world around them through the lens of a camera and... (MORE)
MARCH 16, 2019 - MAY 25, 2019

Reception: MARCH 23, 2019 at 1:00 PM