Life and Culture in the Golden City

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Thursdays-Sundays, 12 p.m. Continues through Oct. 28 2017
Free

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OCCCA
117 N. Sycamore
Santa Ana, CA  92701
The city of Santa Ana has been in the wider public eye lately, following many photojournalist portraits and articles relating to the ongoing struggles of gentrification. But it is equally important to observe its personality through the eyes of its natives. Longtime artist and cheerleader for the city's cultural diversity is Federico Medina, who has photographed ordinary citizens, historical buildings, popular sites of attraction, and residents in an ongoing social documentary photo series. Each of Medina's crisp black and white photos has a story behind it, and is accompanied by a helpful blurb to inform the viewer of his experience taking it. Check out this amazing exhibit, which also includes work by guest artists Michael Ziobrowski and Valerie Inez Rodriguez.

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