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“San Bernardino is a beautiful city.” This simple statement, a conviction, comes easily to mind for Michael because he was raised here. Understandably, this concept may be hard to imagine or confirm by way of mainstream media. The city’s name alone evokes a negative image for most who have no first-hand knowledge of San Bernardino. This narrow focus does not come close to describing the city nor the community.
 

 

With a rich and diverse history, San Bernardino has the potential to regain its vibrancy and strength. What began as a personal response to tragedy has evolved into showcasing the city’s landscape in a positive light. The images in this exhibition, and forthcoming book, portray the artist’s view of San Bernardino - confirming that beauty exists here, if you slow down and look for it.

 

Text by Michael Hardison.

 

Stop by the Garcia Center for the Arts at 536 W 11th St San Bernardino, CA to view this great new collection of photographs on display until October 31, 2018.  Opening reception is this weekend, August 17th at 6pm in the auditorium.

 

For more information visit hardisonphoto.com or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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DOT Photography Club’s art show, 
 I:Empire – a photographic countenance of the Inland Empire

Space Gallery, Pomona Arts Colony Show

Opening and Reception
 Saturday, August 9th, 2014, 6:00 pm to 9:00pm

250 West Second Street, Pomona, CA 91766


The show runs from August 9th until September 6th.

"The Inland Empire (IE) is as unique as it is inspirational, and it has been for a long time. There are many names that have grown out of, or been influenced in some way by this expansive area east of metro LA. Names like Wyatt and Virgil Earp, Barry Bonds, Rage Against the Machine, McDonald's, Lyndon B. Johnson, Dusty Baker, Frank Zappa, Blink-182, Reggie Miller, Al Capone, Taco Bell, Ken Griffey Jr, Matthew Modine, Garrett Wang, and Mark McGwire to name a few. All touched in in no small way by their experience in the IE. The area is challenging in many ways but also motivating. The artist is this show have been challenged and motivated in their work also; they have attended college, worked, or lived in the IE. Many have done all of the above. They all have drawn inspiration form the IE. 

Published in Arts Event Calendar

Announcing the Dotphotozine Award For Excellence in Photography

Dotphotozine has established the Dotphotozine Award for Excellence in Photography. One photographer will receive a $1,000 cash award and a four-page spread in the analog and digital editions of Dotphotozine, to be released in September 2014.

We are seeking a coherent body of work by an ambitious photographer. Work derived from all photographic processes, in any style, digital or analog, including mixed media work that is photo based will be accepted. We are not accepting video, or work with multimedia components. Please do not submit vacation photos, personal snapshots or unrelated individual images. The award is open to all U.S. citizens 21 and over.

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Announcing the Dotphotozine Award For Excellence in Photography

Dotphotozine has established the Dotphotozine Award for Excellence in Photography. One photographer will receive a $1,000 cash award and a four-page spread in the analog and digital editions of Dotphotozine, to be released in September 2014.

We are seeking a coherent body of work by an ambitious photographer. Work derived from all photographic processes, in any style, digital or analog, including mixed media work that is photo based will be accepted. We are not accepting video, or work with multimedia components. Please do not submit vacation photos, personal snapshots or unrelated individual images. The award is open to all U.S. citizens 21 and over.

Published in Call For Art/Artists

The term “sleepy people” has come to embody the best and worst of man.

It challenges the perversion of self-deprecation, yet somehow acknowledges the subtle beauty of it. It creates a conflict within the self—one that highlights the sensation of exhaustion, but still revels in the action of pursuing a passion over the human necessity of rest. Sleepy people rewrites the rules of sacrifice, changing it from an action of rare demand, to one of commonality for the artists it represents. In short, it is an expression of dedication to documenting the unrested exploration of our youth.

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Calling all photographers!

Entry forms are now available for Redlands Art Association's Annual Photography Show-In-A-Show.

One Week Only! Feb 17th through 23rd

RAA Membership not required.

Bring in up to 2 photos (framed with wire hanger) on Saturday, Feb 15th from 2 to 5 pm to participate.

Entry fee: One piece $5; Two for $8

RAA receives 20% commission on all sales

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The Garcia Center for the Arts
536 W. 11th Street
San Bernardino, CA 92410

Tel: 909.381.1900
info@artsconnectionnetwork.org

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5500 University Parkway
Visual Arts Building, Rm. 308
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