Posts Tagged ‘Courtney Reid-Eaton’

“One Place” Exhibit Includes Installation of Photographer Paul Kwilecki’s Office

"One Place" Exhibit Includes Installation of Photographer Paul Kwilecki’s Office

Exhibitions director Courtney Reid-Eaton describes the installation that’s part of an exhibit on view at the Center for Documentary Studies through July 27, 2013—One Place: Paul Kwilecki and Four Decades of Photographs from Decatur County, Georgia. The exhibit features selected photographs from a book of the same name edited by CDS director Tom Rankin and […]


Celebration of “One Place”: Exhibit Reception, Talk, and Book Signing with Editor Tom Rankin, April 25

Celebration of "One Place": Exhibit Reception, Talk, and Book Signing with Editor Tom Rankin, April 25

Oxford American editor Roger Hodge calls the book “a masterpiece of documentary art.” Renowned photographer Alec Soth says it’s “an American classic.” An event celebrating the publication of One Place: Paul Kwilecki and Four Decades of Photographs from Decatur County, Georgia, will include a talk and signing by Center for Documentary Studies director Tom Rankin, […]


“The Jazz Loft Project” Exhibition Opens at the Center for Creative Photography

"The Jazz Loft Project" Exhibition Opens at the Center for Creative Photography

The Jazz Loft Project: W. Eugene Smith in New York City, 1957-1965, an award-winning multimedia exhibition of photographs, videos, and recordings of some of the jazz world’s greatest musicians and underground jam session artists, will be presented at the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona in Tucson from Friday, December 14, 2012, through Sunday, […]


Round Four: Professor Diablo Returns to Durham’s Club Casbah, Tuesday, October 23

Round Four: Professor Diablo Returns to Durham’s Club Casbah, Tuesday, October 23

The Center for Documentary Studies, in partnership with The Hinge, is thrilled to present the fourth installment of Professor Diablo’s True Revue, featuring writer Randall Kenan, photographer and mixed-media artist Courtney Reid-Eaton, and punkabilly icon Dexter Romweber. The True Revue is an evening of art and performance at the Durham, North Carolina, club Casbah featuring writers, musicians, visual artists, and others […]


Watch: Video Tribute to a Dearly Departed Show

Watch: Video Tribute to a Dearly Departed Show

CDS exhibitions director Courtney Reid-Eaton is preparing the Kreps Gallery for the upcoming Harvey Stein photography exhibit, which meant first taking down the prints from the Full Color Depression show. We were sad to see them go; during their six months here, curator Bruce Jackson’s restored Depression-era color photos attracted a large and enthusiastic fan-base, as […]


The Jazz Loft Project Exhibition Makes Its West Coast Debut at the Museum of Photographic Arts

The Jazz Loft Project: W. Eugene Smith in New York City, 1957-1965, an award-winning exhibition of photographs and recordings of some of the jazz world’s greatest musicians and underground jam session artists, will make its fourth stop at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego; the show opens May 19 and runs through October 7, 2012. The […]


Video Available: Installing “Full Color Depression” at CDS

Video Available: Installing "Full Color Depression" at CDS

Exhibitions director Courtney Reid-Eaton and exhibitions intern Audrey Bell spent more than two days installing Full Color Depression: First Kodachromes from America’s Heartland, at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. The exhibit, which is a collection of some of the lesser-known color images taken by the Farm Security Administration photography team during Depression-era […]


CDS Interns Whitney Baker, Audrey Bell, and Joel Mora

CDS Interns Whitney Baker, Audrey Bell, and Joel Mora

This is the second year we have offered the opportunity to intern at the Center for Documentary Studies to recent college graduates. CDS interns gain broad experience in the documentary field, with particular focus on exhibiting, publishing, and producing a range of materials related to the documentary arts. Whitney Baker is a writer, programmer, and […]


Announcing the Winners of the 2011 Daylight/CDS Photo Awards

Announcing the Winners of the 2011 Daylight/CDS Photo Awards

In recognition of mutual interests in documentary and fine art photography, Daylight Magazine and the Center for Documentary Studies started an international competition in 2010, the Daylight/CDS Photo Awards, to honor and promote talented and committed photographers, both emerging and established. 2011 Guest Jurors: Anthony Bannon, director, George Eastman House; Darren Ching, owner, Klompching Gallery, and […]


The Jazz Loft Project Gallery Talk by Courtney Reid-Eaton at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

The Jazz Loft Project Gallery Talk by Courtney Reid-Eaton at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

The Jazz Loft Project: W. Eugene Smith in New York City, 1957-1965, an exhibition of photographs and recordings of some of the jazz world’s greatest musicians and underground jam session artists, was produced as part a decade-long project at the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS). Courtney Reid-Eaton, exhibitions director at CDS and a co-curator of […]


Jazz in New York: A Community of Visions, Photographs by Lourdes Delgado

Jazz in New York: A Community of Visions, Photographs by Lourdes Delgado

An exhibition reception and gallery talk with Lourdes Delgado will take place on April 28, 6–9 p.m., at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. In Jazz in New York, Spanish photographer Lourdes Delgado documents in spectacular detail the lives and personalities of contemporary New York jazz musicians. Exploring jazz from a social, economic, and […]


Civic Thursdays Panel March 17: Are We Artistically Engaged at Duke?

Civic Thursdays Panel March 17: Are We Artistically Engaged at Duke?

Jazz Loft Exhibition Opening Reception July 23rd in Chicago

Jazz Loft Exhibition Opening Reception July 23rd in Chicago

Jazz Loft Exhibition Opening Reception July 23rd in Chicago The Jazz Loft Project exhibition features never-before-displayed vintage black-and-white prints and rarely heard audio recordings by photographer W. Eugene Smith, who spent eight years documenting the jazz musicians, artists, and underground characters who inhabited the scene at 821 Sixth Avenue. Curated by Sam Stephenson and Courtney […]


Announcing the Winners of the 2010 Daylight/CDS Photo Awards

Announcing the Winners of the 2010 Daylight/CDS Photo Awards

Announcing the winners of the 2010 Daylight/CDS Photo Awards: PROJECT PRIZE First Prize Winner Nandita Raman Juror Picks Rachel Barrett (Hank Willis Thomas) Priya Kambli (Vince Aletti) Jan Lieske (Jamie Wellford) Nandita Raman (Julie Saul) Daniel Stier (Darius Himes and Alec Soth) Honorable Mentions Susan Bank Matt Eich Jason Florio Eamon Mac Mahon Michael Marten […]


CDS Exhibitions Director Courtney Reid-Eaton Named 2016 MDOCS Institute Fellow

CDS Exhibitions Director Courtney Reid-Eaton Named 2016 MDOCS Institute Fellow

Congratulations to Center for Documentary Studies exhibitions director Courtney Reid-Eaton, who has been named an Institute Fellow for the annual Skidmore College MDOCS Storytellers’ Institute this summer—one of four professional documentary practitioners selected from applicants across the country. Reid-Eaton and the other Institute Fellows will join ten Skidmore Scholars to develop and workshop documentary projects during the five-week institute, whose theme this year is “Walking the Line: Fact and […]


Jazz Loft Project Exhibition Installation to Opening at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

The Jazz Loft Project Exhibition Installation to Opening at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts from The Jazz Loft Project on Vimeo. Filmed and edited by Courtney Reid-Eaton, exhibitions director at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. The Jazz Loft Project exhibition opened at the New York Public Library for […]