Alameda On Camera
at the The Frank Bette Center for the Arts in Alameda
Art Shows

A l a m e d a  O n
C a m e r a
Opening Night: April 4th, 2008

Show: April 4th - April 26th, 2008
Opening night at the Alameda On Camera at the The Frank Bette Center
for the Arts in Alameda, January 4th, 2008.

48 Artist, 48 Hours, 48 Pieces of the Map.

Above: Long panoramic photo top of yellow wall and top 'moving' photo in green frame on the
red wall are both by Graham Bird.

Left: A couple study the angular image of a unique Alameda home photographed by Graham
Bird and his study of red windows lies to th right.

Above: A three image black and
white study on the table by Graham
Bird.

Below: Photograph by Graham Bird
and Hand-made books by Leah
Smith.

Above: The crowd at opening night of the second annual Alameda on Camera.
Alameda on Camera is a invitational show in
which 48 photographers are each given a piece of
the map of Alameda and have 48 hours to shoot
all of their images. Each photographer then has a
show ready.

This Alameda on Camera Opening is the most
crowded and popular of their shows we have
attended. The main gallery was so packed with
excited people clamoring to see how each
photographer captured this beautiful island city.

Seven of
Graham Bird's photos were featured in
the show. From a long panoramic to a small black
and white triptych, Grahams enjoyment of the
photographic process shines through.

Michael Singman-Aste had three photographs
shown.
Rosenblum Cellars and Stardust show
off the beauty of Alameda but
Transitional
Assistance
[pictured to the right] is Michael's
favorite.

Above: Transitional Assistance one of
three featured photographs by Michael
Singman-Aste.

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