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  1. Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures at The Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 22, 2021, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Griffin Museum of Photography

    About Balancing Cultures - Initially an identity project, Balancing Cultures gives voice to a story suffered in silence by my immigrant grandparents and American-born parents. My mother’s passing left my brother and me with boxes of photographs. Among them were photos of family members taken in camp that we had never seen. In my family, when anyone spoke of camp, they weren’t referring to a pine-scented summer retreat—they were referring to the WWII American concentration camps sanctioned in 1942 by President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. About Jerry Takigawa - Jerry Takigawa is an independent photographer, designer, and writer. His work is in the collections of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. Takigawa lives and works in Carmel Valley, California.

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  2. Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures at The Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 23, 2021, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Griffin Museum of Photography

    About Balancing Cultures - Initially an identity project, Balancing Cultures gives voice to a story suffered in silence by my immigrant grandparents and American-born parents. My mother’s passing left my brother and me with boxes of photographs. Among them were photos of family members taken in camp that we had never seen. In my family, when anyone spoke of camp, they weren’t referring to a pine-scented summer retreat—they were referring to the WWII American concentration camps sanctioned in 1942 by President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. About Jerry Takigawa - Jerry Takigawa is an independent photographer, designer, and writer. His work is in the collections of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. Takigawa lives and works in Carmel Valley, California.

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  3. Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures at The Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 24, 2021, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Griffin Museum of Photography

    About Balancing Cultures - Initially an identity project, Balancing Cultures gives voice to a story suffered in silence by my immigrant grandparents and American-born parents. My mother’s passing left my brother and me with boxes of photographs. Among them were photos of family members taken in camp that we had never seen. In my family, when anyone spoke of camp, they weren’t referring to a pine-scented summer retreat—they were referring to the WWII American concentration camps sanctioned in 1942 by President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. About Jerry Takigawa - Jerry Takigawa is an independent photographer, designer, and writer. His work is in the collections of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. Takigawa lives and works in Carmel Valley, California.

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  4. Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures at The Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 25, 2021, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Griffin Museum of Photography

    About Balancing Cultures - Initially an identity project, Balancing Cultures gives voice to a story suffered in silence by my immigrant grandparents and American-born parents. My mother’s passing left my brother and me with boxes of photographs. Among them were photos of family members taken in camp that we had never seen. In my family, when anyone spoke of camp, they weren’t referring to a pine-scented summer retreat—they were referring to the WWII American concentration camps sanctioned in 1942 by President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. About Jerry Takigawa - Jerry Takigawa is an independent photographer, designer, and writer. His work is in the collections of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. Takigawa lives and works in Carmel Valley, California.

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  5. Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures at The Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 26, 2021, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Griffin Museum of Photography

    About Balancing Cultures - Initially an identity project, Balancing Cultures gives voice to a story suffered in silence by my immigrant grandparents and American-born parents. My mother’s passing left my brother and me with boxes of photographs. Among them were photos of family members taken in camp that we had never seen. In my family, when anyone spoke of camp, they weren’t referring to a pine-scented summer retreat—they were referring to the WWII American concentration camps sanctioned in 1942 by President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. About Jerry Takigawa - Jerry Takigawa is an independent photographer, designer, and writer. His work is in the collections of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. Takigawa lives and works in Carmel Valley, California.

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  6. Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures at The Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 27, 2021, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Griffin Museum of Photography

    About Balancing Cultures - Initially an identity project, Balancing Cultures gives voice to a story suffered in silence by my immigrant grandparents and American-born parents. My mother’s passing left my brother and me with boxes of photographs. Among them were photos of family members taken in camp that we had never seen. In my family, when anyone spoke of camp, they weren’t referring to a pine-scented summer retreat—they were referring to the WWII American concentration camps sanctioned in 1942 by President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. About Jerry Takigawa - Jerry Takigawa is an independent photographer, designer, and writer. His work is in the collections of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. Takigawa lives and works in Carmel Valley, California.

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  7. Camera and Vision - an 8 session course online at the Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 27, 2021, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Online via Zoom

    Learn the techniques you need to communicate with your camera and how to take strong, effective photographs in this beginner course. Different cameras (digital and traditional) will be addressed, and several practical demonstrations will be given during class time. Technical considerations will share time with explorations of photographic aesthetics.

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  8. Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures at The Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 28, 2021, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Griffin Museum of Photography

    About Balancing Cultures - Initially an identity project, Balancing Cultures gives voice to a story suffered in silence by my immigrant grandparents and American-born parents. My mother’s passing left my brother and me with boxes of photographs. Among them were photos of family members taken in camp that we had never seen. In my family, when anyone spoke of camp, they weren’t referring to a pine-scented summer retreat—they were referring to the WWII American concentration camps sanctioned in 1942 by President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. About Jerry Takigawa - Jerry Takigawa is an independent photographer, designer, and writer. His work is in the collections of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. Takigawa lives and works in Carmel Valley, California.

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  9. Who Lives in Winchester? Housing Options -- Past and Future

    April 28, 2021, 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ via the Internet in your own space

    Who Lives in Winchester? Housing Options – Past and Future, a two-part zoom program presented by the Network for Social Justice, the Planning Board, and the Winchester Housing Partnership Board, April 28th and May 26th from 7:30 – 9 pm. In Part I we will look at the history of housing in Winchester, including the Residential Security Map (i.e. redlining map) of the town published in 1938. We will be making the connection between that history and the Winchester we are living in now. In Part II we will focus on our commitment to diversifying the housing opportunities in our community, and ways to address the inequities that are the result of historic and current policies and practices. We will hear from local housing experts, as well as draw on resources from the field. Attendees are invited to attend either program and are strongly encouraged to join for both. Pre-registration is required: winchesterhousing.eventbrite.com. For more information contact office@nfsj.org.

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  10. Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures at The Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 29, 2021, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Griffin Museum of Photography

    About Balancing Cultures - Initially an identity project, Balancing Cultures gives voice to a story suffered in silence by my immigrant grandparents and American-born parents. My mother’s passing left my brother and me with boxes of photographs. Among them were photos of family members taken in camp that we had never seen. In my family, when anyone spoke of camp, they weren’t referring to a pine-scented summer retreat—they were referring to the WWII American concentration camps sanctioned in 1942 by President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. About Jerry Takigawa - Jerry Takigawa is an independent photographer, designer, and writer. His work is in the collections of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. Takigawa lives and works in Carmel Valley, California.

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  11. Jerry Takigawa | Balancing Cultures at The Griffin Museum of Photography

    April 30, 2021, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Griffin Museum of Photography

    About Balancing Cultures - Initially an identity project, Balancing Cultures gives voice to a story suffered in silence by my immigrant grandparents and American-born parents. My mother’s passing left my brother and me with boxes of photographs. Among them were photos of family members taken in camp that we had never seen. In my family, when anyone spoke of camp, they weren’t referring to a pine-scented summer retreat—they were referring to the WWII American concentration camps sanctioned in 1942 by President Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066. About Jerry Takigawa - Jerry Takigawa is an independent photographer, designer, and writer. His work is in the collections of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Monterey Museum of Art, and the Library of Congress. Takigawa lives and works in Carmel Valley, California.

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