“48 Hours in Las Vegas”: MFA Student Exhibit on View Through February 17

In the spring of 2012 students in Duke University’s MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts program flew to Las Vegas for a crash art project sponsored by Zappos.com. Their mission: Seek, capture, and record Sin City in two days. The result is 48 Hours in Las Vegas, a multimedia exhibition that the Triangle area’s Independent Weekly describes as “work that teases out America’s contradictions in long cab rides, interviews and even scenes from a historic Mormon fort, smack dab in the middle of downtown, examining the weird relationships between residents and their iconic city.” 48 Hours in Las Vegas will be on view on Duke’s East Campus through February 17.

Fredric Jameson Gallery, Friedl Building
Duke University East Campus
1316 Campus Dr., Durham, North Carolina

The Center for Documentary Studies, the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies, and the Arts of the Moving Image program are the three founding units of the MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts program at Duke University.

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