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Artists' Talk ~ Wildlive Without Boarders

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Saturday, 12 December 2015
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Saturday, 12 December 2015 - 2:00pm

Meet the artists and hear a talk regarding Wildlife Beyond Borders a photography book and exhibition that shows animals in their natural state and shows why it is so important to save them. Includes their book that has Augmented Reality technology, videos, and the artists themselves for a full immersive experience.

Location: PhotoCentral Gallery, 1099 E Street, Hayward, California, 94544

Date: Saturday, December 12, 2:00pm – 5:00pm

The glue that bonds the eleven artists together lies in an evolution of thought and practice. By traveling the world, waiting patiently for the perfect moment, and extensively researching their subjects, the artists have created deeply felt photographs with emotional connections. Their images take us to a transcendent understanding, moving beyond mere fascination to a level of personal understanding. This is essential to saving what could so easily be lost and inspiring all of us to work to preserve all life on our precious planet.

Wildlife Beyond Borders book and exhibition will not only give you a visual but also an audible experience. Through Augmented Reality technology, the audience can engage with the images, listen to sounds, sense the environment, and be exposed to issues tackled by conservation associations. Their book is designed to be a living document, the viewer can see and read behind-the-scenes stories, videos, and more content created by the artists. By pointing your smart device at images in the book, content will start playing.

Artist ( Description ): 

Mary Aiu, Susan Carnahan, Jim Codington, Marian Davidson, Bruce Finocchio, Wendy Hannum, Susan Hillyard, Oliver Klink, Mike Miller, Diana Rebman, and Robin Robinson

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(510)-881-6721
Venue ( Address ): 

PhotoCentral Gallery, 1099 E Street, Hayward, California, 94544

http://www.PhotoCentral.org

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