There’s Content: Five Years of the Masters of Fine Arts in Experimental & Documentary Arts celebrates the fifth anniversary of Duke University’s MFA program with a joint exhibition at the Power Plant Gallery and The Archive of Documentary Arts in the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
Rubenstein Photography Gallery (March 3-June 20)
Power Plant Gallery (April 4-May 6)
The Rubenstein Photography Gallery will feature photographic and video works from the Archive of Documentary Arts’ collection of alumni thesis projects. Please check the exhibition dates on the Rubenstein Photography Gallery website for their reception information.
The Power Plant Gallery will feature work made by alumni and the Class of 2017. There’s Content includes 30 alumni – and soon to be alumni – exhibiting film/video, photographs, silkscreens, sculptures, and installations, showcasing both work made while students, and new pieces completed in the years after graduation.
Exhibit curated by Lisa McCarty (’13), Caitlin M. Kelly (’14) and Alex Cunningham (’16)
Viewfinder images: Tobacco Queen Negative by Aaron Canipe (’15) and Family Portrait by Qathi Gallaher Hart (’16)