Posts Tagged ‘RIPP Fellowships’

“How Do We Heal?” Photography Exhibit by Undergraduate Sherry Zhang on View at CDS

“How Do We Heal?” Photography Exhibit by Undergraduate Sherry Zhang on View at CDS

“In an endless sea of opportunities, we can either sink or swim. At Duke, I’ve done both.” —Duke undergraduate and RIPP Fellow in the Documentary Arts Sherry Zhang An exhibit on view in the Center for Documentary Studies Porch Gallery features the photographs of CDS undergraduate Sherry Zhang. As part of the RIPP Fellowship in the Documentary Arts, […]


March 30: Opening Event for “How Do We Heal?” Exhibit by CDS Undergraduate Sherry Zhang

March 30: Opening Event for "How Do We Heal?" Exhibit by CDS Undergraduate Sherry Zhang

Please join CDS undergraduate Sherry Zhang for the opening of her photography exhibit this Wednesday, March 30 at the Brown Gallery in the Bryan Center on Duke’s west campus. Zhang was mentored this past fall by CDS instructor and co-founder Alex Harris as part of the RIPP Fellowship in the Documentary Arts. How Do We […]


CDS Launches New Undergraduate Fellowships in the Documentary Arts

CDS Launches New Undergraduate Fellowships in the Documentary Arts

The Center for Documentary Studies is pleased to launch a new initiative for Duke University undergraduates in Spring 2015, when the first Research in Practice Program (RIPP) Fellowships in the Documentary Arts will be awarded. The Fellows will complete and present for the public at the end of the semester a CDS faculty-advised documentary project […]