Fil-Am’s ‘Sagrada Familia’ photo exhibit at Philippine Center in SF
SAN FRANCISCO — An opening reception for Sagrada Familia (“Sacred Family”), a photography exhibit by Bay Area-based Filipino American photographer Natalie Schrik, will be held on Sept. 6, Wednesday, 5:00 p.m. at the Kalayaan Hall, Philippine Center, Philippine Consulate at 447 Sutter Street, San Francisco.
The photo exhibit will run at the Philippine Center’s Kalayaan Hall until Sept. 28.
In her very first photo exhibit at the Philippine Center, Schrik will share her collection of intimate portraits depicting the rustic beauty and charms of Sagrada—her mother’s hometown in Camarines Sur, Philippines—and its people.
Natalie Schrik is a Filipina American Bay Area portrait and narrative photographer who runs her photography studio at 1137 Galleries in East Oakland, California where she does portraits and headshots.
Born and raised in Poway, California (San Diego), Schrik now lives in Oakland. She has traveled to the Philippines consistently over the past 40 years.
She is a staff photographer at Drew Altizer Photography, the Bay Area’s premier event photography agency, and has been published in several local and national publications including San Francisco Chronicle, JWeekly, Marin Living, Nob Hill Gazette, New York Times and Vogue.com.
Schrik has a degree in Photojournalism and Asian American Studies from San Francisco State University. She has been an artist in residence at Flax Oakland.
To RSVP, please email [email protected] by 5:00 p.m. on 1 September 2023 (Friday).