Congratulations to the MFA|EDA family and friends representing (in a big way) at the Haverhill Experimental Film Festival (HEFF), July 22-24, Haverhill, Mass. Screening at HEFF are: Lisa McCarty (’13), Anna Kipervaser (’15), Alex Cunningham (’16), Jason Sudak (’17), Josh Gibson, and David Gatten, including a 16mm workshop with upcoming MFA|EDA visiting artist Steve Cossman of MONO NO AWARE. Info… Continue reading MFA|EDA Family and Friends at Haverhill Experimental Film Festival
RE-IMAGINING THE ENVIRONMENT A multimedia collection of art, exploring nature-culture interactions from eight regional artists: Kim Beck Erin Espelie (MFA|EDA ’14) Josh Gibson (MFA|EDA / AMI faculty) Mark Iwinski Jeff Murphy Mark Nystrom Michelle Podgroski Jennifer Stratton (MFA|EDA ’14) April 12 – June 30 Wegner Gallery Duke Environment Hall Circuit Drive at LaSalle Street Opening… Continue reading Re-Imagining the Environment Exhibit & MFA|EDA
Via CDS Porch: The Power Plant Gallery at American Tobacco Campus is pleased to present In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty, opening October 4. The exhibit includes works in a wide range of media—photography, film and video, printmaking, new media—by seventeen Duke faculty members and instructors from three arts units at the university: the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS), the Department… Continue reading In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty – Power Plant Gallery On Exhibit Now Through Dec 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… Continue reading MFA|EDA at the 51st New York Film Festival, Sept 27-Oct 13
As MFA|EDA 2013 comes to a close, there will be an opportunity to see what the second class of MFAEDA students has been working on in their first semester. On Friday, April 19 at 7pm, Haikus and Other Mathematics will feature short films from the Duke MFAEDA Class of 2014, produced in conjunction with Josh Gibson’s course Experimental Film.
“Josh Gibson’s Kudzu Vine was not only filled with information on the sturdy kudzu vine — it’s history; the many and unexpected uses for it…” -Jury, 2012 LA Film Festival At the 9th Annual ZagrebDox International Documentary Film Festival Duke MFAEDA faculty member Josh Gibson’s Kudzu Vine took the Big Stamp Award in International Competition. Jurors said of… Continue reading Josh Gibson’s Kudzu Vine Wins at ZagrebDox
Duke’s Art of the Moving Image program and MFAEDA faculty member Josh Gibson was honored two-fold through at 32nd Annual Black Maria Film + Video Festival‘s 2013 Tour Selections. His new film Nile Perch received the grand prize for documentary film. The work is described as “a luminous, picturesque documentary”. Though it takes place on the… Continue reading Josh Gibson’s Nile Perch Wins Grand Prize at Black Maria Film Fest
Kudzu Vine from Josh Gibson on Vimeo. Congratulations to MFAEDA faculty Josh Gibson who’s 35mm black and white short documentary “Kudzu Vine” recently won the Grand Prize for Documentary (The Juror’s Stellar Award) at the Black Maria Film Festival AND the Artistic Vision Award at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. Way to go Josh!
Saturday, February 4, 2012 2:00-3:50pm at the Nasher Museum of Art Auditorium Maverick artists, 5 women and 1 man equal 6 titles, spring to the screen adding up to more than the sum of their parts with these exciting works shown for the first time together since the New York Film Festival 2011. “This end… Continue reading Don’t Miss “Virgin Springs” at the Nasher with Mark McElhatten
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!