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Through June 2: “Children and the Experience of Illness,” Images by Young Patients and Duke Student Mentors

"Selfie." Photograph by Morgyn Bailey.

“An Eye For An Eye.” Photograph by Morgyn Bailey.

An exhibit of photographs made by young patients and their Duke student mentors—Children and the Experience of Illness—is on view at the Connector Gallery at the Duke Eye Center, located in the walkway between Duke Eye Center and the Albert Eye Research Institute.

Children and the Experience of Illness
Through June 2, 2015
Duke Eye Center
2351 Erwin Road, Durham, North Carolina

Duke undergraduates in Children and the Experience of Illness, a class at the Center for Documentary Studies taught by photographer and pediatrician John Moses, work closely with a child to teach them how to use a camera as a means of exploring illness, experienced by either the child or another family member. Students also conduct their own documentary photography work.

For more information, contact John Moses, M.D., at Moses001@mc.duke.edu.

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