Check out this feature on MFA|EDA alumna Talena Sanders and her film, Liahona in the latest Filmmaker Magazine: Life’s Compass: Talena Sanders on Liahona
Duke University MFA|EDA student and filmmaker, Ava Lowrey, will be screening Fred: The Town Dog as part of the Heartland Film Festival, October 16-25 in Indianapolis. Lowrey will attend the screenings on the 19th and 20th and participating in Q&A afterwards. More info here. ___________________________________ Fred: The Town Dog at the Heartland Film Festival: 10/19/2014 – 7:30… Continue reading MFA|EDA Ava Lowrey (’15) at Heartland Film Festival
MFA|EDA is proud to learn and share that Visiting Artists Jim Dow (’12, ’13, ’15) and Larissa Leclair (’14) will receive honors at the Griffin Museum of Photography‘s 9th Annual Focus Awards, Oct 24 and 25, 2014. Read the press release here. Jim Dow is receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by Eric Almquist. Larissa… Continue reading Focus Awards: MFA|EDA Visiting Artists Dow and Leclair
Kristin Bedford (MFA|EDA Class of 2014) featured in (and on cover of) Sept/Oct issue of South X Southeast Photo Magazine. Recommended by Burk Uzzle as an emerging photographer in the feature article, “You Have To Send The Elevator Back Down” http://sxsemagazine.com/ Congratulations KB.
Duke University’s Master of Fine Arts in Experimental and Documentary Arts program is pleased to announce the incoming MFA|EDA Class of 2016. _____________________________________________________________________________ Kristina S. Baker was born and raised in Stockton, California. She studied language and art at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, completing her BFA at Sonoma State University where she interned as… Continue reading Introducing the MFA|EDA Class of 2016