The Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) at Duke University is honored to announce that indigenous filmmaker, organizer, and renowned educator Myron Dewey will be the Spring 2019 Lehman Brady Visiting Professor. The visiting joint chair professorship in Documentary Studies and American Studies at Duke University and the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill is administered by the Center for Documentary Studies.
The Center for Documentary Studies is pleased to introduce the 2018-2019 Lewis Hine Documentary Fellows, all of whom will be working with community-based organizations in New York City; scroll down for more information on Elliott Golden, Liv Linn, Annabel Manning, and Chandler Phillips.
Artist Sherrill Roland has been awarded the Center for Documentary Studies’ (CDS) 2018–19 Post-MFA Fellowship in the Documentary Arts, and will be in residence at CDS for ten months, beginning September 1, 2018.
The Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) has been fortunate to have artist/documentarian Tamika Galanis in its orbit for some time now—as an MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts student (2014–16) and graduate assistant at CDS during her last year in the program, as the CDS exhibitions assistant in 2016–17, and as its inaugural Post-MFA Fellow in the Documentary Arts in 2017–18.
Scene on Radio is a podcast from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University (CDS), distributed by PRX, that tells stories exploring human experience and American society. The podcast is produced and hosted by CDS audio director John Biewen. Seasons 1 and 2 featured stand-alone episodes and multi-episode series, including the Peabody-nominated Seeing White series with collaborator Chenjerai Kumanyika, which explored the history and meaning of whiteness.
Following a nomination by the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) at Duke University, Jeainny Kim, who graduated in May 2018 with a degree in visual arts and a Certificate in Documentary Studies from CDS, has been awarded the Louis Sudler Prize in the Creative and Performing Arts—an annual prize at fourteen major universities.
Image: Evan Bell at Duke Chapel for her Faith in Color exhibition
The Julia Harper Day Award was created by the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS) in 1992 in memory of the young woman who was CDS’s first staff member, a writer and photographer of real accomplishment. This $500 award goes to a graduating Duke University senior who has demonstrated excellence in documentary studies and contributed significantly to CDS programs. The 2018 Julia Harper Day Award goes to Columbia, Maryland, native Evan Nicole Bell.