Chieftain article on Zoe Childerley and “Where’s Walsenburg?” Artist in Residence Program

This from the Pueblo Chieftain:

'Where's Walsenburg?' Project tries to

create portrait of struggling town

By AMY MATTHEW | amym@chieftain.com WALSENBURG — A good photograph can do a great deal to bridge a cultural gap. English photographer Zoe Childerley has proven as much during her two-month stay as an artist-in-residence at the Walsenburg's Museum of Friends. She is the first to participate in "Where's Walsenburg?," a project started by museum directors Brendt Berger and Maria Cocchiarelli-Berger. The goal of the program, which will continue with a new artist-in-residence each year, is to illuminate "all of the social aspects" of the town and its surrounding areas, said Cocchiarelli-Berger. The idea is based on the work of photographer James VanDerZee, who used his pictures to document life in Harlem in the first half of the 20th century...   Please see article:
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