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… Continue reading Dara Friedman: Dancer opens at CAM Raleigh on January 28th
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… Continue reading Talena Sanders (MFAEDA ’13) Upcoming Talk at SECCA
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… Continue reading Free Master Class With Award-Winning Filmmaker Sam Pollard at CDS, Saturday, 1/14
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,… Continue reading David Gatten: Texts of Light at the National Gallery of Art