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Dub Nation

Yesterday was a fun and lively event even though the Town dealt with unnecessary violence steps away from the rally.  Check out some of the photos I took cruising the streets of Warriors Town.  link here

Fifty Years of San Francisco Street Photography

I had the opportunity to check this amazing show out at the Mark Wolfe Contemporary.  Some great documentation from the old to the new at it's rawest form.  If you are into street photography, this is a must see show.  There will be an artist talk coming up at the end of this month.  Make sure to check it out.

More info: here


Great collection of photography remixed and well captured!

Inspired by images in the book Filipinos in San Francisco and from the San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection, Artists Wilfred Galila and Peggy Peralta,with assistance from Cece Carpio, have taken a series of photographs and video images of the contemporary Pilipino community—both in posed and casual settings—to create a media project that explores changing expressions of Pilipino cultural identity over time. By juxtaposing images of “then and now,” we contextualize the Pilipino American narrative and examine perceptions of what/who is Pilipino.

More info: here

Eyes On The Movement

We will have a closing reception and artist talk this Thursday.  We will also hold a tutorial on utilizing your camera phones as a tool to document community stories.  See you there.