This is the third Fall River Portraits Photography show. The exhibit features photographs of the people and neighborhoods by UMass Dartmouth and Diman Vocational Regional students, and winners of the “Nature in the City” photography contest.
“Making Things” ~ College and high school students have been visiting and photographing the production areas and workers in over 20 locally-owned businesses. Their photographs depict the making of everything from shirts, hats, uniforms, bags and jackets to nuts and bolts, machinery, furniture, mattresses, musical instruments, jewelry, and dental implants.
“Nature in the City” ~ This portion of the show will feature the contest’s prize-winning photographs, showcasing Fall River’s incredible, but often unseen, natural resources. People of all ages who either live, work, or go to school in Fall River are eligible to submit their images of natural beauty in the city. This contest is organized by the Friends of the Alfred J. Lima Quequechan River Rail Trail and UMass Dartmouth.
The exhibit is made possible by grants from the University of Massachusetts President’s Office and UMass Dartmouth’s Center for Civic Engagement.
The public is invited to the opening reception on June 3rd from 1-3pm. Come and enjoy the photographs, refreshments, music, and to hear the announcement of contest winners.
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1st image: “Erika” photo by Cheyenne Tavares
2nd image: “Seth in Mills” photo by Nick Simbro
3rd image: “Nature in the city” photo by Kathy Duclos
4th image” “Korber Hats” photo by Erica Hammond