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Fall River Museum of Contemporary Art inviting public to free inaugural exhibition at new location



Executive Director of the Fall River Museum of Contemporary Art, Brittni Harvey is inviting the public to The First Show, the inaugural exhibition at their new location at 44 Troy Street in Fall River.

FR MoCA is a contemporary art space that provides exhibition, education, and event programming that is in dialog with the global contemporary art world while engaging regional histories and shared experiences. The intent is based in the wellbeing of the social ecology of Fall River and the Greater South Coast Region. The aim is to exist in a perpetual state of experimentation and explore research opportunities with varied collaborators to illuminate the shadows of past industries and allocate cultural resources.

In The First Show, FR MoCA will present works from Rachel Rosheger (NYC), Gregory Kalliche (NYC), Clare Koury (NYC), Kevin Hernandez Rosa (CT), Baijun Chen (RI) and Isaiah Raines (MA). With a focus on social and natural ecology, the artists in The First Show present humanizing approaches to various technological interventions of the world around us. A newsprint detailing FR MoCA’s native pollinator garden project (The First Garden) will also be on view.

The inaugural exhibition is scheduled for Friday, October 13th from 5:00-8:00 p.m.

Normal hours of operation are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5:0 p.m.

The First Show will run through January 2024 and is free and open to the public.



  1. Jason Higgins

    October 10, 2023 at 11:43 am

    Social and natural ecology? WTF is that?!

  2. MortisMaximus

    October 11, 2023 at 9:06 pm

    I would like to run a business in this building but I don’t have the Capitol to compete against a non-profit. Pretty ironic, but truly fantastic in a socialist paradise…

  3. HunterBidenforCityCouncil

    October 11, 2023 at 9:22 pm

    I wonder if they’ll be exhibiting the money printing machines from the Federal Reserve and their relation to the imprisonment of poor working class families. As we know, there is no Constitutional Amendment guaranteeing a job or a specific wage to anyone in the Bill of Rights. Congress should call a Constitutional Convention and call for an Amendment giving every American Citizen the Access to a money printing machine for two weeks every year. After 50 years we can have an exhibition showing the incredible living standards this new Constitutional Amendment brought to our “Sacred Democracy”. After all it’s all about equity in this magical shangri-la. We all know that free money is a liberal Sacrament. Thank you progressive liberalism…

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