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Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery is free and open to the public.


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The sessions are free.


Something to (Be)Hold

Something to BeHold
Something to (Be)Hold continues throughout the academic year.



Fall River Makes! Part II


Another Look at the Work of the Artists and Makers From Smokestack Studios

Works by Mark Bokelman, Gail Fredell, Wu Hanyen, Tyler Inman, Christine Kim, Joyce Kutty, Peter Lutz, Isabel Mattia, David Richardson, Gabriel Richardson, Brooks Saltonstall, and Wes Sanders

September 8–October 20, 2022

Opening Reception
Thursday, September 15, 6–8 pm

This exhibition has been in the making for a long time. We had planned to launch a show in the fall of 2020 that would feature work by makers and artists from Smokestack Studios, but the pandemic forced us to table the project.

A few months later, we created an online version of the exhibition for the gallery’s Instagram page with the hope that we would revisit the project once the gallery was able to open again. Finally, two years later, I am so pleased to welcome a dozen current members from Smokestack Studios into the gallery.

Smokestack Studios is located in Fall River’s historic Metacomet Mill. Built in 1847 by Colonel Richard Borden, the structure is Fall River’s oldest standing textile mill. Constructed of native field stone over the Quequechan River, which originally provided power to the complex, the mill was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. Part of the Quequechan is still visible at the mill site; most of it was diverted underground during the construction of Interstate 195 which today surrounds the mill complex.

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