Artist Talk with Columbia Pike Documentary Project
Join members of the Columbia Pike Documentary Project for a conversation about the group’s work and their current show at MoCA Arlington, A World in a Zip Code. The exhibition includes photographs, video, and oral history that captures the evolving life of Arlington County’s historic Columbia Pike corridor.
Co-founded in 2007 by Lloyd Wolf and Paula Endo, Columbia Pike Documentary Project is a team of photographers and storytellers whose work is included in the permanent collection of the Library of Virginia and has been exhibited at the Library of Virginia (Richmond, VA), George Mason University (Fairfax, VA), Centre Charlemagne (Aachen, Germany), Virginia Museum of History and Culture (Richmond, VA), Arlington Central Library, Arlington Mill Community Center, Artisphere, and as part of FotoWeekDC. The group’s work has been covered by WAMU, Richmond magazine, Washington City Paper, WETA, Inside NoVA, Northern Virginia Magazine, Die Welt, and Voice of America, among other outlets. Sponsored by the Columbia Pike Partnership, they have received support from Virginia Humanities, Arlington Commission for the Arts, Arlington Community Foundation, and from the Arlington Cultural Affairs Division of Arlington Economic Development.