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Common Spaces – Quequechan River Trail with Maria Ana Vasco Costa, Tyler Inman and Gregory Pennisten with Justin Estrella, Mark Maher, Nick Guilbert and Ross Mariani

May 14 @ 3:30 pm

Common Spaces – Quequechan River Trail with Maria Ana Vasco Costa, Tyler Inman and Gregory Pennisten with Justin Estrella, Mark Maher, Nick Guilbert and Ross Mariani
14 MAY / 3:30 PM
Common Spaces
Quequechan River Rail Trail
Common Spaces is an exploration of visual arts and architecture. For this edition, the festival commissioned three projects and art installations for the Quequechan River trail. Join us for a guided tour with the artists! Sculpture Garden – Maria Ana Vasco Costa Maria Ana Vasco Costa is a Portuguese artist who works with ceramics and is recognized for her work in contemporary tile. The artist presents a sculpture park installed in the Quequechan Rivel Rail Trail, near the Rodman St tunnel, which can evoke a small town and also function as small benches and tables for communal use. Living Walls – Gregory Pennisten Gregory Penniston, an artist living in Fall River, was commissioned to transform the tunnel under Interstate 195 on Rodman St. into a living art gallery, making it a prime space for art-making and collective expression. Under the direction of Penniston, the project invites artists from the New England art scene (from different generations and backgrounds) to create tunnel artwork that translates the community’s multiple expressions, languages, and geographies. This continuous living wall can foster creativity, generate new perceptions and feelings of belonging to the whole area, and be a vibrant, lively, and safe place. Falling River Table – Tyler Inman A public seating installation made of eight curved sections of a picnic table, designed by Tyler Inman and produced in Smokestack Studios. The curved shape of each table allows them to combine into a one bending form that resembles the flow of a river. This project will sit on Pocasset Street just below the North Main St. intersection, directly over the now underground Quequechan river for which Fall River is named.
Free and open to the public. 


Quequechan River Rail Trail
472 Quequechan River Rail Trail
Fall River, MA 02721 United States
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