Posts Tagged ‘Bill Bamberger’

March 2016: Work by CDS Faculty

March 2016: Work by CDS Faculty

Notable recent news and upcoming events featuring Center for Documentary Studies undergraduate, MFA, and continuing education faculty includes: + Mike Wiley’s The Parchman Hour: Songs and Stories of the ’61 Freedom Riders, originally produced by CDS and the Department of Dramatic Art at UNC–Chapel Hill, had its professional debut in 2011 at UNC’s Playmakers Repertory under then-director Joseph […]


“In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty,” on View at the Power Plant Gallery

"In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty," on View at the Power Plant Gallery

An exhibit on view at the Power Plant Gallery on the American Tobacco Campus—In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty—includes works in a wide range of media—photography, film and video, printmaking, new media—by seventeen Duke faculty members and instructors from three arts units at the university: the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS), the Department of Art, Art History and […]


“Days of the Dead” Exhibit Opening on Duke Campus, Tuesday, October 2

"Days of the Dead" Exhibit Opening on Duke Campus, Tuesday, October 2

Days of the Dead: From Mexican Roots to Present-Day Practice in the United States, an exhibit co-curated by CDS photography instructor Bill Bamberger and sponsored by Duke’s Program in Latino/a Studies in the Global South, features photography and video shot in in the villages of Teotitlan del Valle and Xoxocotlan, Oaxaca, during the 2011 Days of the […]