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December 4: Opening Event for “The Observer’s Frame,” a Pop-Up Photo Exhibit at the Power Plant Gallery

Photo by John Bechtold, from a series exploring how people interact with war memorials

“Moving to the LZ,” from a series exploring how people interact with war memorials. Photo by John Bechtold.

This December, a selection of Duke University undergraduate, MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts, and Graduate in Liberal Studies students, as well as several UNC–Chapel Hill journalism students, will present photographs from the semester with a pop-up exhibition at the Power Plant Gallery. Following a kickoff event on December 4, The Observer’s Frame will continue a two-week run through December 18.

The Observer’s Frame Opening Reception
Friday, December 4, 5–8 p.m. (exhibit will run through December 18)
Power Plant Gallery and Boiler Room
American Tobacco Campus, 320 Blackwell St., Durham, North Carolina

The Observer’s Frame explores the documentary tradition of photography, with student work drawn from three classes at Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies: Documentary Photography and the Southern Landscape taught by Tom Rankin, Color Photography taught by Alex Harris, and Documentary Photography: Capturing Transience by Susie Post-Rust.

The Power Plant Gallery is a joint initiative of the Center for Documentary Studies and the MFA|EDA.

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