Posts Tagged ‘MFAEDA Viewfinder’

Who or What Has Most Influenced MFA Students’ Work? Find Out on Their Blog, “Influences”

Who or What Has Most Influenced MFA Students' Work? Find Out on Their Blog, "Influences"

The fifteen first-year students in Duke’s MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts program—the class of 2014—have launched their Influences blog, created as part of the Documentary Fieldwork seminar. Under the guidance of instructor Alex Harris, each student began creating a new body of documentary work, but in addition to moving forward with their own artistic practice, Harris […]


New MFA Student Blog—“Influences”—Launches

New MFA Student Blog—“Influences”—Launches

The fifteen students in the inaugural class of Duke’s first MFA program—in Experimental and Documentary Arts—have launched a blog, Influences, that was created as part of the Documentary Fieldwork seminar. Under the guidance of instructor Alex Harris, each student began creating a new body of documentary work, but in addition to moving forward with their own […]


MFAEDA Blog Launches

MFAEDA Blog Launches

The blog of the MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts, “MFAEDA Viewfinder,” launched at the end of November. Categories include “Student Work,” “Faculty Work,” “News and Events,” “Visiting Artists,” “Projects and Collaborations,” and “Art Elsewhere,” and “Ponderings.” “We’d love for Viewfinder to be an active place to find news and information on what faculty and […]