Daylight/Center for Documentary Studies @ Goldenbelt Join us for a free evening of multimedia projections featuring audio/visual presentations of contemporary photography projects. June 11, 7:30-9:30 p.m., Durham, NC 7:30 p.m., drinks, snacks, and conversation 8:30 p.m., Daylight Multimedia Screenings and a special slide presentation of applicants’ work from the 2010 Daylight/CDS Photo Awards! Directions to [...]
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Undergraduate Certificate in Documentary Studies Graduation May 15, 2010 The Certificate in Documentary Studies at Duke University is a program of study involving undergraduate students in community-based research using photography, filmmaking, oral history, and other documentary fieldwork methods. To receive the certificate, students must complete a minimum of six courses and a documentary project that [...]
Reality Radio Book Launch at Third Coast Filmless Festival In March, the Third Coast Filmless Festival’s “Words on Sound” book launch event to celebrate the publication of Reality Radio was part of a full day of listening to sound-rich audio features made by some of the most influential producers working today. Held at Chicago’s Museum [...]
Brown Bag Lunch Presentation of Photographs by Ed Pincus Ed Pincus, a filmmaker for more then 45 years, presented prints of photographs from his project — Mud Season — at the Center for Documentary Studies, April 12, 2010. More information about Ed Pincus and his visit to CDS
Reality Radio Book Signing and Talk at Politics and Prose, Washington, DC May 15, 2010 “Reality Radio is a fabulous book I wish I could have read when I started at NPR in 1974. It would have shaved 10–15 years off the learning curve in discovering how to make great radio.”—Bob Edwards, host of The [...]
Student Work from the 2008 and 2009 video institutes is Now On-line on the CDS Ttunes U Site. A few spaces remain for the summer 2010 video institute, but it’s expected that it will fill soon. Visit the CDS Continuing Education site to register today.
Friday, May 21, 2010 CDS Continuing Education Reception & P resentations Reception: 5–6:30 p.m. Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University In conjunction with the exhibition The Ripple Effect: A Visual Response to the Contemporary Civil Rights Agenda (through May 21, University Gallery), works in progress by students in the Spring 2010 Continuing Education course [...]
Paul Kwilecki, born in 1928 in Bainbridge, Georgia, died in his hometown in early December 2009. Kwilecki had been associated with the Center for Documentary Studies and Duke University since the late 1970s; the Paul Kwilecki Collection was one of the first and most prominent collections to be acquired by the Rare Book, Manuscript, and [...]
Daylight/CDS Photo Awards An international photography competition Please note that due to the high volume of requests, it is not possible for Daylight or CDS’s editors or exhibition staff to review unsolicited material outside of the Daylight/CDS Photo Awards competition. Schedule and Deadline • Submissions accepted from March 15–June 1, 2010 • Deadline: Tuesday, June [...]
Center for Documentary Studies Announces New Internship Program The Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) at Duke University is accepting applications for nine-month internship positions that will begin in September 2010 and end in May 2011. The interns will gain broad experience in the documentary field, with particular focus on exhibiting, publishing (print and web), and [...]
Children and the Experience of Illness — 2010 First Floor Exhibit Hall, Duke North Hospital Durham, North Carolina May 10–23, 2010 Opening Reception: Friday, May 14, 4:30–6 p.m. Photographs produced by young patients and their Duke student mentors, from the class “Children and the Experience of Illness,” taught at the Center for Documentary Studies at [...]