Slamdance Festival in Park City, UT is presenting MFAEDA faculty Josh Gibson’s 35mm black and white short documentary “Kudzu Vine” this week. More information about Slamdance at slamdance.com. View a sample from the 20 minute film here!
The Contemporary Museum, Raleigh will bring a bit of the Sunshine State to the Triangle with their presentation of Dancer, a new work from German-born, Miami-based artist, Dara Friedman. The work is the latest in a series of works that consider performance in public space, following up on 2007’s Musical and 2010’s Frankfurt Song. According […]
MFAEDA’s own Talena Sanders will be taking part in a conversation related to the exhibition, Out of Fashion on 1/19 at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art! Certainly worth a field trip from the Triangle to the Triad… Here are the details from SECCA’s website: Talk @ SECCA: Out of Fashion Artists Conversations Thursday, January […]
Distinguished filmmaker Sam Pollard will visit Durham over the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend to lead a free master class at the Center for Documentary Studies, a rare opportunity for students and film fans to learn about the craft from a veteran filmmaker. Pollard will show pieces from the Katrina documentary When the Levees […]
MFAEDA’s own David Gatten will be on-site to present 3 programs of his work at the National Gallery of Art from January 21-22 in conjunction with his mid-career retrospective! More information and a complete program of events may be found on the NGA’s website. David Gatten: Texts of Light January 21, 22 East Building Concourse, […]