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The Bay Area Video Coalition has an opening tonight called 5 Blocks in which photographers were encouraged to make images within .. you guessed it ... five blocks of where they live or work or go to school. From the website:
The Bay Area is considered one of the most unique places in the world to photograph. From Temescal to Tiburon to Telegraph to the Tenderloin, it boasts diversity that changes about every 5 blocks . The next ROHSTOFF exhibit features artwork by BAVC's diverse community. Artists were asked to submit photos from within 5 blocks of their homes, schools or workplaces. The result - "5 Blocks" - is a photo exhibit and contest by, and for, the community . . .

The photographers include Plug1 and Plug2 from the tireless What I'm Seeing photoblog.

Event details here. Thanks, Troy Holden, for the tip.

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