Posts Tagged ‘DukeEngage’

Opening Reception for “Madison County Stories” on Duke University’s East Campus, November 30

Opening Reception for "Madison County Stories" on Duke University's East Campus, November 30

An exhibition highlighting the mountain community of Madison County, North Carolina, features new work by documentary photographer Rob Amberg with photographs and digital stories by Duke students and middle-school girls who took part in the Spring Creek Literacy Project, a DukeEngage program. Amberg will give a talk at at an opening reception for Madison County Stories that […]


Upcoming Workshops, “Portraits and Dreams,” Teach Principles of Storied CDS Program

Upcoming Workshops, “Portraits and Dreams,” Teach Principles of Storied CDS Program

Two upcoming continuing education workshops teach instructors the principles of Literacy Through Photography (LTP), the famous CDS program created by photographer and teacher Wendy Ewald to encourage students to explore their world through photography. The workshop will be offered in May and again in August. Through presentations, discussions, and hands-on activities, participants in Portraits and Dreams will […]


Literacy Through Photography – Arusha, Tanzania Exhibition

Literacy Through Photography – Arusha, Tanzania Exhibition

Literacy Through Photography – Arusha, Tanzania June 28, 2010 – January 8, 2011 Kreps and Lyndhurst Galleries Opening Reception: Thursday, October 21st, 6-9 p.m. Talk by Katie Hyde: 7 p.m. Panel Discussion: Thursday, November 4th, 7 p.m. The Literacy Through Photography program at CDS will present an exhibition of photographs documenting its long-term involvement with […]


Ethics in Photography Workshop

Ethics in Photography Workshop

Ethics in Photography Workshop March 19-20, 2010 Richard White Lecture Hall, Duke University A collaboration of the Duke University Center for International Studies, DukeEngage, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Kenan Institute for Ethics, and the Office of Research Support DETAILS BELOW. The evening screening and the morning panel are free and open to […]