third Fall River Portraits Photography show held at the Narrows
Center for the Arts Gallery
on June 3, 2017 features photographs of the people and neighborhoods by UMass
Dartmouth and Diman Regional
Vocational High School students, and winners of the “Nature
in the City” photography contest.
(Top row) Joe Marley, an employee of Korber Hats, looks over photos taken at his workplace while others look over the photos taken at twenty worksites. (Row two) UMass-D Labor Extension Specialist Camilo Viveiros Jr. talks with Janice Velozo of Mass In Motion Fall River before they are joined by UMass-D Anthropology Professor Andrea Klimt, Ph.D, as Narrows Executive Director Patrick Norton chats during the opening. (Row three) Partners School Wellness Coordinator Marcia Picard looks over photos in the Portraits exhibit while Temple Beth El Rabbi Mark Elber looks over the Nature in the City exhibit as Professor Klimt chats with Mass in Motion Fall River Coordinator Julianne Kelly. (Row four) Julie Kelly and Janice Velozo invite the photo contest winners forward along with Al Lima for whom the Quequechan River Rail Trail.is named. (Row five) Mayor Jasiel Correia II presents Temple Beth El Cantor Shoshana Brown with first prize in the nature category for her photo of loosestrife along the Quequechan River Rail Trail while UMass-D Dean of Arts and Sciences watches from behind as Mindy Levasseur it recognized for her work with a first prize in the landscape category. (Bottom row) Katie Goldman holds her certificate for her first place photo in the wildlife category of a dragonfly in her garden while Bernadette Banville is recognized by the Mayor for her first place photograph entitled "After the Storm."
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