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EVENT: Wild Life Beyond Borders
DATES: September 24 to December 31, 2015

Wildlife Beyond Borders Artist Talk featuring guest speaker Michael Muir, great-grandson of John Muir on Sat, Nov 14, 2-5 pm

Nov 14, 2015      2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
PhotoCentral Gallery, 1099 E Street, Hayward
Free and open to the public
To guarantee your spot, please RSVP at eventbrite using the link below.

Michael Muir, great-grandson of America's visionary conservationist John Muir, will be a quest speaker at the Wildlife Beyond Border's Artist talk on Nov 14th at 2:00pm. Michael is the founder/director of the non-profit organization Access Adventure. Their mission: enriching the lives of people with disabilities and other underserved members of our community by providing outdoor recreation, open space access, education and therapy through a working partnership with horses. Of additional interest, Michael will also speak of his recently completed, second 2500 mile Transcontinental Horse Drawn Journey, The Caravan.
Mary Aiu, one of the eleven participating artists has a special connection with Michael, as many of his beautiful Stonewall Sport Horses appear in a number of her photographs. Additionally, she will be the first to tell you, through her lens she too has witnessed the healing powers of the horse as she also photographs Access Adventure at their appearances throughout the greater Bay Area.

Wildlife Beyond Borders Details:   The glue that bonds the eleven artists exhibiting in Wildlife Beyond Borders lies in an evolution of thought and practice. Each has answered the question of what matters, what is important and what is worth doing by looking outside the human condition. They bring their unique history to portraying life on earth. One was a lawyer, one a doctor, a veterinarian, one was even a hunter - they now share a common goal, concern and love. - WILDLIFE.

Dates: September 24 to December 31, 2015
Bruce Finocchio * Diana Rebman * Wendy Hannum * Mike Miller * Marian Davidson * Oliver Klink * Jim Codington * Mary Aiu * Susan Hillyard * Robin V Robinson * Susan Carnahan

: PhotoCentral Gallery, 1099 E Street, Hayward, California
CONTACT: Oliver Klink, oliver@incredibletravelphotos.com

The PhotoCentral Gallery is located at 1099 E Street, Hayward, California. The upstairs gallery is open Monday-Friday from 9 am - 5pm. The Upper and Lower galleries are open on Monday from 5-10 pm, Tuesday and Thursday from 10-1 pm and by appointment. (Limited Saturd

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PhotoCentral Gallery
1099 E Street, Hayward CA 94541
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PhotoCentral Director, Geir Jordahl, has a book
Geir Jordahl's book "Searching for True North" is available. Edited by Kate Jordahl it has won a number of awards. See details at http://www.searchingfortruenorth.com


Kate Jordahl's book with Dreaming Mind, "Song Within" is now available for purchase.

Preview the book here.

Conversation Series: Song Within from Kate Jordahl on Vimeo.

And, Kate's new project - one poem books


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