This spring, the MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts at Duke University is proud to announce MFA|EDA 2014, the program’s annual thesis exhibition, on view from March 21-April 18, 2014.
Featuring work by the Class of 2014, the exhibition includes a wide range of media, from installation and performance to film and photography.
The exhibition kicks off on Friday, March 21, in the newly renovated Power Plant building at the American Tobacco Campus in downtown Durham, with an opening reception in the Power Plant Gallery and film premieres in the Full Frame Theater. Additional openings and events will take place throughout March and April at venues across Durham, including The Carrack Modern Art, Cassilhaus, The Bar and SPECTRE Arts, as well as the Fredric Jameson Gallery and Allen Building on Duke University’s campus.
MFA|EDA 2014 is made possible with support from the Center for Documentary Studies; the Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies; the Program in the Arts of the Moving Image and the office of the Vice Provost for the Arts at Duke University. Additional support is provided by The Bar, The Carrack Modern Art, Ellen Cassilly and Frank Konhaus and the Cassilhaus Collection, The Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University, and SPECTRE Arts.