The Voice of Guanacaste will showcase photographs of the Guanacastecan identity in Nosara

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Sharing is caring. At The Voice we have a large collection of incredible photos of the province. We showcase its people, its culture, its idiosyncrasies and now we want to share them with our readers at our photo expo “Identity.”


The event will take place in Nosara on Saturday, November 24 in the cafe and brewery Olo Alaia in Playa Guiones at 6pm. Entry is free.


According to The Voice of Guanacaste’s Executive Director, Emiliana Garcia, the photos are a selection of the best pictures of the last few years.  


The Voice supports promoting the province’s identity through photographs and throughout the years we have had very talented photojournalists that have captured very unique images of Guanacaste,” Garcia said.


The exhibit will offer pieces by photojournalists Ariana Crespo, David Bolaños, Pinar Istek, Eka Mora and Gloriana Ximendaz. Work by photographers Adrián Delgado y María Charles, who have shared their talent with the newspaper, will also be on display.


According to The Voice of Guanacaste’s Sales Manager Jenniger Vega, those in attendance can purchase photos in different sizes for between $15 to $40. Bags with Guanacaste phrases will also be on sale.


Vega said that the money made from photo sales will help finance journalism at The Voice of Guanacaste.


We are a non-profit media outlet. The money that we collect at the event will be invested in more and improved stories about Guanacaste,” she said. “We want to maintain the quality of investigative journalism that we do.”


There is a large variety of craft beers available at Ola Alaia to enjoy. They have beer from Costa Rica’s Craft Brewing Co. which boasts brews such as Segua, Malacrianza and Libertas.


National band Baula, which plays acoustic latin music, will liven up the night for attendees.