Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Flux 09 people

Photographic work of the Columbia Pike Photographic Documentary project was shown at the well-attended Flux 09 event, held this past Saturday April 18, 2009, at JaziRock Studio, 3213 Columbia Pike. So far as anyone can recall, it was the first major art event and exhibition of a public nature along the Pike in years, perhaps ever.

Here is a sampling of the interesting and diverse cast of characters.

Thanks to Henrik Sundqvist of Artoutlet ( www.Artoutlet.org ) for making it happen, and to Angela Adams, director of Public and Community Arts Arlington County's Cultural Affairs Division for putting us in touch with the good folks at Art Outlet.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf

Commercial buildings

Building views along a section of the 3100 and 3200 blocks of Columbia Pike.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf

Monday, April 20, 2009

Sponsorship - and thank you

The Columbia Pike Documentary Project is sponsored in part by generous funding from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, in a partnership with the PNC Foundation.

We gratefully acknowledge and thank them for their support of our efforts to document the life of our community.

"Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this blog do not necessarily reflect those of the PNC Foundation."

Monday, April 6, 2009

JaziRock- grafitti artist

JaziRock, AKA Kevin Irvin, is a young cutting-edge grafitti artist, who has his studio at 3213 Columbia Pike in Arlington.

Photography by Duy Tran.

The Columbia Pike Documentary Project will have a preview selection of images shown there on Sunday evening April 18th as part of Art Flux 09.