Graduation and Final Project Presentations by Fall 2012 Certificate in Documentary Arts Students

Five continuing education students in the Certificate in Documentary Arts program at the Center for Documentary Studies will present their final projects and receive their certificates at an event that is free and open to the public. A reception will follow at the Center for Documentary Studies. The students and their projects are listed below.

Final Documentary Project Presentations
Friday, December 7,  7 p.m.
Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
2001 Campus Drive, Durham, North Carolina
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Reception
Center for Documentary Studies
1317 W. Pettigrew St.
Durham, North Carolina
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Throughout the year, the CDS Continuing Education program offers courses in the documentary arts to people of all ages and backgrounds. Some choose to enroll in the certificate program, which offers a more structured sequence of courses culminating in the Final Seminar in Documentary Studies, where students finish and present a substantial documentary work—photography, film and video, audio, multimedia, and writing projects that often move out into the world in the form of exhibits, installations, screenings, websites, and more. This fall’s final seminar was taught by filmmaker Randolph Benson.

“The Rising” by Lorrie Batton (photograph courtesy of the Baltimore News American Corporation, University of Maryland-College Park)

 

“The Jason Adamo Band” by Shaun Flynn

 

“One Child at a Time” by Medina Korda

 

“Healthy Boomer Homes” by Diana Monroe

 

“South Boston: Neighborhood, Identity and Change” by Indaia Whitcombe

 

 

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