There are just two opportunities left to see the Gallery Annex's latest exhibition, "Faces of Our Community," before it closes.
The exhibit features 26 photographs and a collection of quotes that attempt to capture Redwood City's "extraordinarily rich diversity."
Malcolm Smith, public communications manager for the City of Redwood City, calls the exhibit "remarkable" and "inspiring," and something all locals won't want to miss.
"The exhibit features a wide array of long-term residents, as well as newcomers, from all walks of life in Redwood City, whose origins are from all over the world," Smith describes. "These beautiful, professional photographs provide a powerful glimpse into the lives of these subjects and their families, as members of the Redwood City community."
"Faces of Our Community" was coordinated by Redwood City Together, a collaboration of community members and organizations that works together "to build a stronger, inclusive and welcoming community." The group is coordinated by Redwood City 2020, a collaborative of key public and private organizations in the local community that work to ensure the health and success of all children, youth and families in Redwood City "by identifying barriers and then implementing collaborative approaches that will open the doors to success."
There are two scheduled viewings left to view the exhibit "Faces of Our Community" before it closes:
- Friday, Oct. 26, 5-7 p.m.
- Tuesday, Oct. 30, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The photos can also be viewed in the windows of the gallery at night, when they are illuminated by display lights.
The Gallery Annex is located at 2115 Broadway in downtown, next to the Old Spaghetti Factory.
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