Four MFAEDA Students Featured on Reframing Photography’s Website

Duke’s MFAEDA is now one of twenty-one programs represented on the online platform Reframing Photography: Theory & Practice.¬†MFAEDA students Wolfgang Hastert, Lisa McCarty, Natalie Minik and Talena Sanders were selected to participate in an online exhibition that features¬† graduate students engaging the photographic medium in interesting ways.

Reframing Photography: Theory and Practice is also a book. Together with the website it addresses conceptual and technical aspects of photography. But while the book focuses more on contemporary photographic education, the online platform provides insight into contemporary art practices.

Browse the MFA section under the “resources” to view work by Hastert, McCarty, Minik and Sanders.



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