1. Madagascar Nosy Ve

    Sailing to nosy ve in a dug out canoe

  2. Madagascar Hitching a ride in Madagascar

    A fellow volunteer and I hitching a ride in the countryside.

  3. Togo Building wells

    We built 3 hang-dug wells in Kouloumi with the help of Peace Corps Parnerships funds

  4. Togo With health volunteers at Kouloumi Dispensaire

    Outside our village health clinic with volunteers trained to do family planning talks

  5. Zimbabwe Curatorial Work at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe

    Curatorial WorkPermanent CollectionNational Gallery of Zimbabwe1993-1995   Chambers performed extensive curatorial work at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe. The following exhibitions are just a few of the many he put together from the Gallery's Permanent Collection. In pre-colonial Zimbabwe, technology and the arts were successfully combined to produce the material requirements of a culture dating back a millenium. The people of Zimbabwe had developed technology appropriate for the manufactu...

  6. Zimbabwe Variations on the Dan Mask

    Variations on the Dan Mask   Chambers used an African Traditional mask from the Dan Tribe in Eastern Liberia (a piece from the National Gallery of Zimbabwe Permanent Collection: PC - 6400 - 0147) as the object for the photogram, then manipulated the non-exposed area generated from this original mask form to vary the look. There's a transference from a Traditional form to a Contemporary one, or in other words, this contemporary treatment remains within the confines of the Traditional form (thr...

  7. Zimbabwe Southwest Of Rusape: The Mucharambeyi Connection [SoR:TMC]

    Southwest Of Rusape: The Mucharambeyi Connection [SoR:TMC]   This documentary photography project was in association with the Mucharambeyi family in Rusape, North East Zimbabwe and sponsored by U.S.I.S., Harare, Zimbabwe as the inaugural exhibition/event for the United States Information center [1995]. The Mucharambeyi family attended, and Johnnie Carson, U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe, opened the exhibition. Chambers considers this project one of his more meaningful ones since he spent several...

  8. Zimbabwe SKIA - Street Kids In Action

    His Tertiary Project was one of grass-roots development to reach out to street children and young adults through a program called, Street Kids In Action. This educational/vocational program brought together interested parties in the African community to make an attempt to solve the 'street problem'. Concerted efforts resulted in substantial funds being raised to offer opportunities to these at-risk young people. He hopes the program is continuing to solve this problem, and he is happy that he...

  9. Zimbabwe Frank McEwen

    Frank McEwen Mr. Chambers' photo workshop at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe named after this first director of the gallery. If ever a book is compiled of the good deeds of the white man for the black in the twilight days of colonialism, Frank McEwen's name should be inscribed there — though his is a story beyond race and skin color. His life was devoted to the belief that the highest spiritual values lie enshrined within every individual, and that creating art can draw them out-and especial...

  10. Zimbabwe The McEwen Photographic Studio

    The McEwen Photographic Studio (1993 - 1995) Chambers initiated and implemented this photographic studio for the National Gallery of Zimbabwe (Harare, Zimbabwe, Africa), and its namesake is a tribute to Frank McEwen [*], the Gallery's first Director, and in recognition of his Workshop School activities for African artists during the 1950s and 1960s. His (McEwen's) insight to nurture (then) exceptional talent through a rediscovered medium ... sculpting in stone ... is now reflected through int...

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