ArtsBoston is a nonprofit dedicated to supporting the arts.
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The Narrows Center for the Arts was founded in 1995 for the promotion and enjoyment of the visual and performing arts. The Narrows, a fully accessible venue, is comprised of two visual art galleries, a performance theater and visual artist studios.
The Narrows Center started as a 1,500 s.f. gallery exhibition space located where the North and South Watuppa Ponds come together, near a waterway the locals refer to as the Narrows. Thanks to generous community support and strong stewardship, the Narrows Center grew into a 15,000 s.f. arts venue located on the 3rd floor of a former American Printing Company (APC) mill building on Anawan Street on the historic Fall River MA waterfront. In the early 20th century, APC was one of the largest textile operations in the world. The Narrows’ 3rd floor space, with its elegant architectural design, high ceilings and spectacular views of Mount Hope Bay and Battleship Cove, is the ideal acoustic and visual backdrop for what has come to be known as a regional destination for the visual and performing arts. In 2017, the Narrows purchased our gorgeous mill building and tripled the area in which we present live music, visual art, artists’ studios, classroom instruction and arts-related businesses.
The Narrows Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization continuing to present exciting ways to engage the public, host one-of-a-kind musical guests and showcase unique works of art. Offering educational arts programming, local school tou
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