18 Berkeley City College digital photographers exhibit in, “The Collective Eye: Visions of Places, Objects and Inspiration” thru Feb. 29 at Oakland’s Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter.
“The Collective Eye: Visions of Places, Objects and Inspiration,” a digital photography show curated by Berkeley City College’s Special Projects Digital Photography class, is on display now through Feb. 29 as part of the Metropolitan Transit.
Commission’s Community Art Program at the Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter, 3rd Floor, 101 Eighth St., at Oakland’s Lake Merritt BART Station. The center is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon. through Fri.
A diverse array of photographic images by students in Diane Rosenblum’s Special Projects Digital Photography class at Berkeley City College is featured in the show. All are invited to view the innovative and inspired work of these 18 exceptional photographers. For details, contact Eric Padilla, the show’s curator at email@example.com or at (650) 305-1652. The exhibit is free and open to the public.