Jewish Community Center (JCC)
Hosts Open House Reception for
Richard Dischler Photo Workshops (RDPW)
3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, CA 94303
Saturday, October 13, 2018
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Over the last nine years, members of the RDPW have received public recognition for their works in local, regional, national, and international juried and non-juried art and photography competitions, exhibits, and publications.
This exhibit represents a small sample from within this growing community of talented and visionary photographers who have received public recognition from 2010 through 2018.
Fred Carter, David Craven, Bruce Fram, Karen Friedmann, Olya Gary, Tomás Garza, Alan Hart, George Herman, Dan McLean, Shubhie Panicker, Lynne Farris Schafer, Daniel Vaquero.
This exhibit celebrates the concept of community, defined as a group of people who share a common geography, interests, background ethnicity, religion, or work. Diving into the particulars, a genuine community generates relationships that in turn create friendships, loyalty, families, the foundation of home, and security. People in community celebrate the joys of births, communions, marriages, proms, graduations. They also provide emotional, physical, and even financial support during periods of heartaches and losses. People in community are rightfully proud of their creation. Each of these award-winning photographers focus on a different community.
The Community Exhibit Photographers:
Michael Palma – Dia de los Muertos “Day of the Dead”
Roger Spinti – Tindog Tacloban “Rise Again”
Tomás Garza – Los Piscaderos “The Harvesters”
Paul Italiano – Alive in the Streets of San Francisco
For more information and how to enroll in the Workshop, please visit our website at www.richarddischler.com.