#centerfordocumentarystudies

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(@clickphotofest)

14 Days 13 Hours Ago

Our photo book competition opens today with a reception at #horseandbuggypress. @maryvirginiaswanson @horseandbuggypress #click120 #clickphotofest and is followed by great programs at the Center for Documentary Studies #centerfordocumentarystudies join us!!!

(@wherewefindourselves)

2018-09-09 14:49:17

With Devika Singh and Shanay Jhaveri at the end of a successful workshop at Duke focused on the photographs William Gedney made in India and the exhibit “Gedney in India” . . . #devikasingh #shanayjhaveri #williamgedney #gedneyinindia #dukeuniversity #dukeindiainitiative #centerfordocumentarystudies #cdsduke #rubensteinspecialcollectionslibrary (pc: Alex Harris)

(@bullcityphotography)

2018-07-27 20:50:00

Audio Under the Stars by @cdsduke was so lovely tonight. Lots of cute dogs and we were all just chillin on our lawn blankets listening to the stories 😌 this would make a great date night y’all! Their next event is August 24 and they’ll be playing audiences’ favorite clips from the past 5 years. Did I mention it’s free?!👂🐶🌚✨🍺 #downtowndurham #underthestars #storytime #onetimeatbandcamp #memoirs #narrated #relaxing #friends #picnic #durhamnc #centerfordocumentarystudies #southerndocumentaryfund #sdf #puffinfoundation #audiounderthestars #duke #listen #podcast #bullcityphotography #canon6d @southerndocfund

(@podcastsundaynightdinner)

2018-07-14 13:19:57

Last day in tobacco city! #centerfordocumentarystudies #durhamnc

(@jennypyatt)

2018-07-12 18:14:22

Red Stripe, strobe lights, chicken wings, documentaries, and a whole lotta community. #centerfordocumentarystudies #durhamhistory

(@podcastsundaynightdinner)

2018-07-09 19:35:58

Painter, DJ, Activist— I had the great pleasure of talking with @gemynii today at her studio in Durham, North Carolina. Check out her brilliant work. 💜 #centerfordocumentarystudies #gemynii

(@vickigrussell)

2018-07-02 07:52:28

“Though we see the same world, we see it through different eyes.” - Virginia Woolf #artofmobile #iphonepa_gallery #iphoneography #mobilephotography #blacknwhite_perfection #blackandwhite #visionofpictures #shotoniphone #centerfordocumentarystudies

(@papermachem0nster)

2018-06-30 07:41:46

Super excited to see the product of a week of heartful and hard work at the Center for Documentary Studies' 2018 Video Intensive! . . . . . . . . . @cdsduke #centerfordocumentarystudies #centerfordocumentarystudiesduke #cds #documentary #documentaryvideo #hayti #haytidurhamnc

(@papermachem0nster)

2018-06-27 08:43:54

Durward Rogers' inspired editing workshop at the CDS Courses Documentary Video Intensive. I'm continually amazed by the quality and density of instruction provided by him and Simone Keith, Nicole Triche, Jim Haverkamp, Kelly Creedon, and Randy Benson. Really thankful for the chance to assist! . . . . . . . . . #cdscourses #cds #documentaryvideo #centerfordocumentarystudies @cdsduke

(@vickigrussell)

2018-06-14 14:50:31

Almost lunchtime at a weeklong photography workshop. Been doing field work and shooting with my iPhone at a local farm all week.#artofmobile #iphoneography #iphonepa_gallery #mobilephotography #shotoniphone #centerfordocumentarystudies

(@humanfreq)

2018-06-11 18:43:37

Just presented my portfolio: Listening In, for The Art of Documentary Photography course offered through the Center for Doc Studies at Duke. * * For this project I decided to follow my curiosity about the presence, engagement and the embodiment of the listener. My instructor gave me ⭐️⭐️⭐️😊 #outtakes #documentary #photography #fujixt2 #bwphotography #dukeuniversity #centerfordocumentarystudies #cds #throughmylens #23mmf2 #streetphotography #streetphoto_bw #streetphotography_bw

(@juliejthomson)

2018-05-25 20:14:26

Such a beautiful night for #audiounderthestars and the #moon with my first #firefly sighting of 2018! #centerfordocumentarystudies #durham #northcarolina

(@j_meebee)

2018-05-21 10:03:23

This series of podcasts exploring the concept and history of whiteness in the U.S. is wide ranging, thoughtful, and accessible. For anyone looking for a place to start in terms of learning more about the history of race as a concept, or about how whiteness has been and continues to get deployed in the U.S. it is a tremendous resource. The scope and format of the 14-part series - conversations with historians, activists, and many others - allows for a level of engagement with and reflexivity around questions of whiteness that’s rare in the current media landscape. Grateful that it exists and that it’s free. My thanks to @cdsduke and @chenjerai 🙏 . . . #sceneonradio #seeingwhite #podcasts #history #listenandlearn #centerfordocumentarystudies #practiceshowingup

(@karenjhealy)

2018-05-15 05:44:45

And that's a wrap! To all the people who have supported this body of work--I can't thank you enough! Many thanks to the folks at #centerfordocumentarystudies #cds #cdsduke

(@nashermuseum)

2018-05-13 06:13:09

Last chance to see “Courtside.” We’re open Noon-5 PM #durm ••• #repost @annstewartfineart ・・・ Photograph by Bill Bamberger: Community playground, North Fork, West Virginia, ©2006. On view through this Sunday at Duke’s Nasher Museum: Courtside: Photographs by Bill Bamberger. These vibrant color photographs capture a variety of basketball hoops around the world. From Maine to Florida and Rwanda to Mexico, the hoops indicate places both where basketball is played and where communities and relationships are built. They are objects that often shape and reflect these communities. As a part of many diverse landscapes, the hoops become integral elements of each location’s unique narrative. Duke undergraduate students curated the exhibition through a Curatorial Practicum class taught at the Nasher Museum by assistant curator Molly Boarati. #billbamberger #courtside #nashermuseum #duke #centerfordocumentarystudies #ncartmuseum #annstewartfineart #uncchapelhill #unclibrary #rbhouseul #nike #gardenandgun #hoops #basketball

(@annstewart)

2018-05-12 07:16:40

#repost @annstewartfineart with @get_repost ・・・ Photograph by Bill Bamberger: Community playground, North Fork, West Virginia, ©2006. On view through this Sunday at Duke’s Nasher Museum: Courtside: Photographs by Bill Bamberger. These vibrant color photographs capture a variety of basketball hoops around the world. From Maine to Florida and Rwanda to Mexico, the hoops indicate places both where basketball is played and where communities and relationships are built. They are objects that often shape and reflect these communities. As a part of many diverse landscapes, the hoops become integral elements of each location’s unique narrative. Duke undergraduate students curated the exhibition through a Curatorial Practicum class taught at the Nasher Museum by assistant curator Molly Boarati. #billbamberger #courtside #nashermuseum #duke #centerfordocumentarystudies #ncartmuseum #annstewartfineart #uncchapelhill #unclibrary #rbhouseul #nike #gardenandgun #hoops #basketball

(@annstewartfineart)

2018-05-11 13:45:48

Photograph by Bill Bamberger: Charter school playground, Harlem, New York, ©2007. On view through this Sunday at Duke’s Nasher Museum: Courtside: Photographs by Bill Bamberger. These vibrant color photographs capture a variety of basketball hoops around the world. From Maine to Florida and Rwanda to Mexico, the hoops indicate places both where basketball is played and where communities and relationships are built. They are objects that often shape and reflect these communities. As a part of many diverse landscapes, the hoops become integral elements of each location’s unique narrative. Duke undergraduate students curated the exhibition through a Curatorial Practicum class taught at the Nasher Museum by assistant curator Molly Boarati. #billbamberger #courtside #nashermuseum #duke #centerfordocumentarystudies #ncartmuseum #annstewartfineart #uncchapelhill #unclibrary #rbhouseul #nike #gardenandgun #hoops #basketball

(@annstewartfineart)

2018-05-11 13:41:31

Photograph by Bill Bamberger: Homeless family campsite, rural Tennessee, ©2008 On view through this Sunday at Duke’s Nasher Museum: Courtside: Photographs by Bill Bamberger. These vibrant color photographs capture a variety of basketball hoops around the world. From Maine to Florida and Rwanda to Mexico, the hoops indicate places both where basketball is played and where communities and relationships are built. They are objects that often shape and reflect these communities. As a part of many diverse landscapes, the hoops become integral elements of each location’s unique narrative. Duke undergraduate students curated the exhibition through a Curatorial Practicum class taught at the Nasher Museum by assistant curator Molly Boarati. #billbamberger #courtside #nashermuseum #duke #centerfordocumentarystudies #ncartmuseum #annstewartfineart #uncchapelhill #unclibrary #rbhouseul #nike #gardenandgun #hoops #basketball

(@annstewartfineart)

2018-05-11 13:35:56

Photograph by Bill Bamberger: Community playground, North Fork, West Virginia, ©2006. On view through this Sunday at Duke’s Nasher Museum: Courtside: Photographs by Bill Bamberger. These vibrant color photographs capture a variety of basketball hoops around the world. From Maine to Florida and Rwanda to Mexico, the hoops indicate places both where basketball is played and where communities and relationships are built. They are objects that often shape and reflect these communities. As a part of many diverse landscapes, the hoops become integral elements of each location’s unique narrative. Duke undergraduate students curated the exhibition through a Curatorial Practicum class taught at the Nasher Museum by assistant curator Molly Boarati. #billbamberger #courtside #nashermuseum #duke #centerfordocumentarystudies #ncartmuseum #annstewartfineart #uncchapelhill #unclibrary #rbhouseul #nike #gardenandgun #hoops #basketball

(@cathyrforeman)

2018-04-29 19:34:07

The Wonder of You, Photo & Words by Black Girls and Women: Photography Exhibit Thank you so much to The Center for Documentary Studies for turning what was a pop up photography exhibit with The Beautiful Project to a summer long exhibit. Your graciousness, acceptance, belief and support of our work is truly appreciated. #artnsoul #photographytoart #creatives #artist #iphotograph #icreate #ilovemusic #thingsido #portraits #artcollector #artgallery #artlovers #wallart #walldecor #interiorspaces #hotelart #ncphotographer #ncartist #raleighphotographer #durhamphotographer #fineart #galleryexhibits #exhibitions #centerfordocumentarystudies #livemusic #musiclover #concertphotographer #musicphotographer #festivalphotographer

(@reflectionsxcf)

2018-04-29 19:02:36

The Wonder of You, Photo & Words by Black Girls and Women: Photography Exhibit Thank you so much to The Center for Documentary Studies for turning what was a pop up photography exhibit with The Beautiful Project to a summer long exhibit. Your graciousness, acceptance, belief and support of our work is truly appreciated. #artnsoul #photographytoart #creatives #artist #iphotograph #icreate #ilovemusic #thingsido #portraits #artcollector #artgallery #artlovers #wallart #walldecor #interiorspaces #hotelart #ncphotographer #ncartist #raleighphotographer #durhamphotographer #fineart #galleryexhibits #exhibitions #centerfordocumentarystudies #livemusic #musiclover #concertphotographer #musicphotographer #festivalphotographer

(@humanfreq)

2018-03-24 07:12:30

About to start my all day course, Documentary and 3-Act Structure at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University courtesy of @ontarioartscouncil Thanks to my mentor @zunleephoto for the rec ❤️🎥 📸 @cashew23 #documentary #docfilm #onlinecourse #dukeuniversity #centerfordocumentarystudies #alwayslearning #womeninfilm #blackwomeninfilm

(@unrepentant_historian)

2018-03-18 10:20:23

You need Scene on Radio's Seeing White in your life. #sceneonradio #seeingwhite #podcast #raceinamerica #centerfordocumentarystudies #dukeuniversity #expandyourmind

(@dukeuniversitypress)

2018-02-09 10:31:32

Durhamites, need plans for this weekend? @laurenpondphoto's exhibition Test of Faith is still open at the @rubensteinlib Photography Gallery through Sunday! Don't miss your chance to see these striking photos and learn the story of the Pentecostal serpent handler family at the heart of the exhibition. library.duke.edu/exhibits

(@iamcynthiavaughan)

2018-02-05 16:21:04

Saw another great documentary film on 2/1/18 entitled: ‘Strong Island’...the 2nd in the Full Frame Documentary Film series through Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies. The film’s Director, Yance Ford, grappled with the killing of his brother, William Ford, Jr., a black, unarmed 24-year old school teacher...shot and killed by a white man. The film shared many family photos and depicted not only a family’s grief, but the ongoing issue of injustice in the justice system where the killing of black men are concerned, specifically unarmed black men. One matter the Director, and brother of the victim, struggled with was information not shared about a previous encounter the now deceased brother confided in him (the Director/brother) about earlier...making his grief that much more difficult to bear. Is the Director subjective or objective? There’s certainly debate in the community of movie reviewers. I enjoyed this film. It also addressed another issue that often occurs in the black community - how it handles the grieving process, or doesn’t. #strongisland #carolinatheatre #yanceford #documentaryfilm #blackdocumentary #grief #centerfordocumentarystudies

(@titusbrooksheagins)

2017-12-11 07:30:52

"Hoodied Up!" "Hoodied Up! Begs several questions of narrative art and race. Among them are: What is the nature of resistance through art, specifically black photographic portraiture? Can art exemplify the difference in power, shape resistance in a social context, and generate change for people of dark hue? As a documentary photographer my work, which is my life, splinters and reflects a multitude of fractured identities. Those identities cross economic, social, and educational boundaries as these experiences coalesce into artistic creation in the realm of portraiture. The photographic series "Hoodied Up!" attempts to offer a gaze that becomes a signifier of self claimed power and authority. In photography African Americans are both the subject and object of art, thereby occupying/holding multiple facets, as well as identities. "Hoodied Up!" does so through visuals from three distinct bodies of narrative photographs that demonstrate a re-representation of lives of blacks in a supposedly "post racial society." #blacklivesmatter #portrait #portraitphotography #portraitphotographer #leica #leicam #leica🔴 #leicam240 #canonphotography #canon1dx #documentaryphotography #documentaryweddingphotographer #documentarynow #blackinamerica #blackwomen #centerfordocumentarystudies #streetphotography #lensculture #lenscultureportrait #lensculturestreets #aperturefnd

(@dukeuniversitypress)

2017-11-16 17:38:48

Thanks to @laurenpondphoto and @cdsduke for a great Test of Faith book launch today!

(@dukeuniversitypress)

2017-11-13 13:18:55

@laurenpondphoto's new #photography book Test of Faith documents the lives of a family of Pentecostal Signs Followers, who hold a literal interpretation of a verse in the New Testament that states that true believers shall be able to "take up serpents." ⠀ Check out these captivating images, then learn the family's story in the award-winning book. ⠀ Visit @dukeuniversity this Thursday for a book launch and artist’s talk with Lauren Pond. More info: documentarystudies.duke.edu/events

(@dukeuniversitypress)

2017-11-03 13:53:44

@laurenpondphoto won the 2016 CDS/Honickman First Book Prize for her documentary photography series Test of Faith, which follows a family of Signs Followers—a small contingent of Pentecostals who handle venomous snakes during worship services as evidence of their unwavering faith. We’re absolutely thrilled to finally have this gorgeous book in hand!