Dec

08

MFA|EDA at 2016 Sundance + Slamdance Film Festivals

Congratulations to Laura Doggett (MFA|EDA ’13) and Michaela O’Brien (MFA|EDA ’16), who have each received recent and exciting film festival news: Another Kind of Girl, directed by Khaldiya Jibawi and produced by Laura Doggett will be screening at the Sundance Film Festival, January 21-31, 2016.  See Sundance’s Short Films press release here. This is the […]

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Oct

05

MFA|EDA Visiting Artist Deborah Stratman: Oct 8

MFA|EDA is pleased to welcome film artist Deborah Stratman back to Duke and Durham, October 6-9. Mark your calendar for a free public screening of short films curated by the artist, including IMMORTAL SUSPENDED (2013 / New York Film Festival) and HACKED CIRCUIT (2014 / Sundance Film Festival / Full Frame Documentary Film Festival) and followed by […]

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Apr

28

MFA|EDA + More at Chicago Underground Film Festival

Check out the Chicago Underground Film Festival lineup at http://cuff.org. MFA|EDA friends and family exhibiting work include: Chora by Anna Kipervaser (Class of 2015) Night Noon by Shambhavi Kaul (Faculty) Speculation Nation by Bill Brown (Faculty) and Sabine Gruffat Hacked Circuit by Deborah Stratman (Visiting Artist) Soundprint by Monteith McCollum (Visiting Artist) Now you know where […]

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Feb

06

Don’t Miss: Visiting Artist Screenings – Feb 11 + 12 at 7:00pm

TUE FEB 11 DEBORAH STRATMAN: SHORT FILMS 7:00PM FULL FRAME THEATER Duke University’s MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts is proud to welcome MFA|EDA Visiting Artist Deborah Stratman to campus and to Durham, February 11-14. Among class visits, critique sessions with MFA|EDA students and other events, the acclaimed artist and filmmaker will screen a self-curated […]

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Jan

27

Deborah Stratman: Speculative Terrains / On View Jan 27-Feb 28

A new exhibit at the Power Plant Gallery, Deborah Stratman: Speculative Terrains, examines both rural and urban landscapes through lenses of history, science, and mythology. The show features a range of work—photography, video, and installation—by the award-winning artist and filmmaker that explores how places, ideas, and the undercurrents of society are intertwined. Stratman will be a visiting scholar with […]

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Dec

28

Spring 2014 MFA|EDA Visiting Artists and Scholars

The Masters of Fine Arts in Experimental and Documentary Arts is pleased to announce its Spring 2014 slate of Visiting Artists and Scholars. Visitors to Duke’s MFA|EDA spend several days on campus during which time the visiting artist or scholar attends classes, meets with students in one-on-one critique as well group critique, and engages with […]

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Sep

27

MFA|EDA at the 51st New York Film Festival, Sept 27-Oct 13

Duke University’s MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts program is proud to announce MFA|EDA student, alumni, faculty and visiting artist participation at the 51st Annual New York Film Festival. MFA|EDA students and alumni presenting work are: Marika Borgeson, Erin Espelie, Lisa McCarty and Talena Sanders. In addition, Duke AMI’s Associate Director & Instructor Josh Gibson and Visiting Artist […]

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Oct

19

MFAEDA Student Joel Wanek Screens Film at Antimater Fest

MFAEDA student Joel Wanek (’13) recently screened his film, “Heart of Durham” at the 15th Antimatter Film Festival in Victoria, BC, an international media art and experimental cinema festival that features screenings, performances, and installations..  The festival also included work by Duke faculty member, Jim Haverkamp, who showed his work “When Walt Whitman Was A […]

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