Three students in Duke University’s MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts program—Kristin Bedford, Caitlin M. Kelly, and Jennifer Stratton—recently participated as artists-in-residence at the 2013 Winter Forum, “Blue Devils and the Deep Blue Sea: Can We Rescue the Oceans?,” at the Duke Marine Lab in Beaufort, North Carolina. The students will present their final projects from the forum experience at The Deep Blue Sea exhibition on February 28, 2013; a reception will follow. (Read a Duke Chronicle story about the 2013 Winter Forum here.)
The Deep Blue Sea
Thursday, February 28, 6–7 p.m.
MFA Carpentry Shop Building
1509 Campus Drive, Durham, North Carolina
The 2013 Winter Forum and The Deep Blue Sea exhibition are supported by the Duke University Provost’s Office, the Office of Undergraduate Education, the Nicholas School of the Environment-Marine Lab, and the MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts Program. The three founding units of the MFAEDA are Duke’s Center for Documentary Studies, the Department of Art, Art History, and Visual Studies, and the Program in the Arts of the Moving Image.