Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Grand Opening - Arlington Mill Residences


These photographs are from the recent grand opening of the Arlington Mill residences, 901 S. Dinwiddie St. Arlington, VA. These affordable-rate apartments were built and will be managed by
APAH, the Arlington Partnership for Affordable Housing.

There are 122 apartments, including a few studio-style facilities for formerly homeless citizens. Over 3000 people applied to live in the building. The need for affordable housing in the community is very great.

The photographs are of residents, County officials, APAH staff and board, the funding and construction teams, community activists, and of a model room.

Sixteen photographs from the Columbia Pike Documentary Project archive are on permanent display in the lobby and other public areas.



















Photography by Lloyd Wolf

Monday, March 31, 2014

Come Meet the CPDP Photographers | Fundraiser May 4, 1014


You are cordially invited to meet the photographers of the 
Columbia Pike Documentary Project


WHEN: Sunday May 4th, 2014
from 2-4pm

WHERE: At the home of Arlington County Board Member Mary Hynes
1503 N. Highland Street Arlington VA 22201 
2 blocks from the Clarendon Metro

Click HERE for more information and to RSVP :

There is no charge, but donations are gratefully accepted online or on the day of the event.

Come see a book preview, slide presentation, meet the artists, and support this community documentary book effort.

If you have already donated, please come as our guest.


Friday, February 21, 2014

Contribute To The "Living Diversity" Book Campaign!



We are creating a book that celebrates and features the work of the Columbia Pike Documentary Project. The book, titled "Living Diversity" will be published by the University of Virginia Press.

We need your support to fund the design and production costs of the book, which we believe will be a tremendous asset in sharing the rich and diverse culture of the Pike to a wider audience.

Please consider donating, at whatever level you can afford.

Thank you!

Our donation page can also be reached by visiting our GoFundMe campaign site.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Living Diversity book mockup

A promotional mockup of the book, Living Diversity: The Columbia Pike Documentary Project, is now available for viewing and sale on Blurb.com

It is a preview of the work that will be published by the University of Virginia Press, and gives an introductory sense of the scope of the final published piece.

View it at: LIVING DIVERSITY

  
   
   
   
   
   
   
     
   

 

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Retirement appreciation event for Arlington County Board member Chris Zimmerman

These photographs were taken at an event held in the new Arlington Mill Community Center to honor retiring County Board member Chris Zimerman's the eighteen years of service.
Chris Zimmerman





Arlington County Board Chair Jay Fissette









 Photography by Lloyd Wolf.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Living Diversity- book in progress

Here are two preliminary mockup covers for the book in progress,  Living Diversity: The Columbia Pike Documentary Project, to be published next year. It will  feature the work of photographers Xang Mimi Ho, Paula Endo, Alexandra Lagkueva, Duy Tran, and Lloyd Wolf.

There will also be essays contributed by a variety of writers which will explore and illuminate perspectives on life and the history of the Pike.







Monday, December 23, 2013

More signs of the Pike







Continuity, changes, and revelations.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf.

Lights and traffic on the Pike at night


Photography by Lloyd Wolf

Kwanzaa portrait

I encountered this fellow on the Pike. He was promoting a local Kwanzaa celebration, at the Green Valley Pharmacy, especially honoring Dr. Leonard Moss.

I thanked him for what he was doing, and he heartily returned the sentiment.

Nice moment.

Blessings on our community.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf.