January 31, 2014: Application Deadline for Fall Admission to the MFA in Experimental & Documentary Arts Program

"Reverse Class Photo," Fall 2013. Photograph by Caitlin Margaret Kelly, MFA|EDA Class of 2014

“Reverse Class Photo,” Fall 2013. Photograph by Caitlin Margaret Kelly, MFA|EDA Class of 2014.

Duke University welcomes applications for Fall 2014 to its MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts (MFA|EDA), a groundbreaking interdisciplinary arts program that seeks applicants from across the arts spectrum, whether based in traditional fine arts such as painting, sculpture, documentary arts, writing, photography, and film, or so-called experimental practice such as computational and new media, sound work, performance, and installation.

Application Deadline for Fall 2014:  January 31, 2014
See the MFA|EDA Apply Page for guidelines and information

A unique initiative, the MFA|EDA program couples experimental visual practice with the documentary arts in a rigorous two-year program. Guided by first-year advisors and a faculty thesis committee, students explore a curriculum that blends studio practice, fieldwork, digital media, and critical theory, culminating in the completion of a thesis paper and exhibition. Students work with faculty from the program’s three founding units—the Center for Documentary Studies, the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies, and the Program in Arts of the Moving Image—as well as from the university at large.

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