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Imagine Abundance: Visual Stories of the Bay Area 

When: Fri., Sept. 28, 7 p.m. 2018
Price: free
Everyday Bay Area is a collective of photojournalists who use photography as their medium to tell the world what’s going on around them. The group’s Instagram, which serves as the main platform for EDBA photographers, is filled with visually gripping images that are layered with intentional depth, captured at just the right millisecond. Aside from the occasional urban street photograph and event plug, their portraits on Instagram realistically depict not only what people look like, but how they feel — reminding us that we’re all just human. Now, with Pro Arts Gallery, EDBA will present Imagine Abundance: Visual Stories of the Bay Area, an exhibit created to define the word “abundance.” (While many photojournalists document what's lacking or broken in a place, these photographers will show the opposite.) The one-night public installation, featuring work from EDBA artists as well as submissions from Bay Area residents, will be projected at Frank Ogawa Plaza, supplemented with a visual symphony directed by Angelica Egeke.
— Amyra Soriano

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