Saturday, November 20, 2010

East end of Columbia Pike- autumn views

Photographs made from the sixteenth floor of the Sheraton Hotel, at the far eastern end of Columbia Pike.

Most views are facing westward; one, towards the Pentagon and Washington DC, shows the eastern terminus of the Columbia Pike corridor.

Photography by Lloyd Wolf

Spirit of Community

A few portraits and outtakes of attendees at the Spirit of Community awards luncheon, held by the Arlington Community Foundation at the Sheraton Hotel, at the far eastern end of Columbia Pike in Arlington, VA.

The Arlington Community Foundation does important work for our community.
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More on the awards and the good work of the ACF is at:

Photography by Lloyd Wolf

Sunday, November 7, 2010

FotoWeekDC projection

From November 6th to November 13th 2010, the work of the Columbia Pike Documentary Project is being projected publicly as part of FotoWeekDC.

The work is being shown on a large scale at CenterSpace Park the corner of N. Moore Street and Wilson Boulevard, in the Rosslyn section of Arlingon VA.

Many thanks to Susan Soroko, Cynthia Connolly, Monique O'Grady, Takis Karintonis, Todd Endo, Kay Plitt, the Rosslyn BID, Rosslyn Renaissance, the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, JBG Companies, the Arlington Community Foundation, the Arlington Commission for the Arts, Performance Video, the Columbia Pike Revitaliztion Organization, Artisphere, FotoWeekDC, Arlington County Arts and Cultural Affairs, the PNC Foundation, the Arlington County Department of Libraries, the Circulator bus system, and the Urban Alternatives Foundation. We are most grateful for your meaningful help and support of our project.

The photographers from the CPDP team being shown are Duy Tran, Lloyd Wolf, Paula Endo, Xang Mimi Ho, Aleksandra Lagkueva, and Elayna Tursky. The videos were edited by Xang Mimi Ho, Duy Tran, and Aleksandra Lagkueva, project directed by Lloyd Wolf, and the photography was curated by Susan Soroko, who also was our able liason to FotoWeekDC and the Rosslyn BID.

A preview can be seen at: