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Two photo exhibits are celebrating their opening receptions on campus tonight. Who isn't a sucker for free food, free wine and free photography all in one spot?? That's right, thank you, I'll be at both please!

Let's start local. "Without Shadow" is being put on by the Visual Studies 186 Documentary Photography class. The exhibition features photography of Downtown Berkeley, and actually, one of BARE's photogs, Anna Hiatt, is one of the photographers whose work is on display! Over a dozen students are showcasing, so come on over and support. 5-8 p.m., tonight, Friday, Wurster Lobby in Wurster Hall, by Ramona's.

Moving to the international scope, "Eyes on Activism" is sponsored by the FSM Cafe and a couple of Israel and Middle East organizations. The exhibition focuses on art representing social change in Israel, including LGTBQ issues, environmental justice, etc. Then, artist-activist Nili Yosha is presenting her photography project, "My Tel-Aviv." 5-7 p.m., tonight, Friday, Free Speech Movement Cafe in Moffitt Library.

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