Enjoy Online: Fall 2015 Issue of “Document”

    Enjoy Online: Fall 2015 Issue of “Document”

    The quarterly publication Document features some of the best documentary work supported and produced by the Center for Documentary Studies. The current issue is now available online; scroll down to view. Highlights in the Fall 2015 issue include the One Person, One Vote Project, photographs the First Book Prize in Photography winner Nadia Sablin, the Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial exhibition, profiles of the incoming MFA […]

    September 25: “Audio Under the Stars” Audio Festival Concludes With “Bad Advice and Second Chances”

    September 25: “Audio Under the Stars” Audio Festival Concludes With “Bad Advice and Second Chances”

    Some of us have actually paid cash money for a 1974 Dodge Dart. Tell us your stories about when you listened to your Uncle Leo rather than your common sense and a Consumer Reports review, or any other time you told that small voice in your head to shut up and sit down, and how you’ve […]

    Jessica Ingram's "Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial" On View at CDS

    Jessica Ingram’s “Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial” On View at CDS

    The Center for Documentary Studies is honored to be the host venue for photographer Jessica Ingram‘s Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial, through October 17, 2015. (Scroll down for a slideshow of images.) Ingram will be at CDS on September 17 for an artist’s talk at 7 p.m., preceded by a reception at 6 p.m.; free […]

    Register Now: Fall 2015 Continuing Education Courses, Both Onsite and Online

    Register Now: Fall 2015 Continuing Education Courses, Both Onsite and Online

    The Center for Documentary Studies offers Continuing Education classes year-round—in photography, video, audio, narrative writing, and other creative media. Registration is now open for Fall 2015 classes and workshops (and a few remaining summer institutes) with a host of established, new, and online classes on offer; see our ten new courses below, several of which are new online versions […]

    2015 John Hope Franklin Award Winners Immerse Themselves in Summer-Long Documentary Projects

    2015 John Hope Franklin Award Winners Immerse Themselves in Summer-Long Documentary Projects

    And they’re off….six undergraduates and recent graduates from local universities will be pursuing summerlong documentary projects as recipients of the 2015 John Hope Franklin Student Documentary Awards. While many of the Center for Documentary Studies‘ awards are national or international in focus, the John Hope Franklin awards go to Triangle-area undergraduates who wish to pursue projects involving oral […]

    Events+Exhibitions

    September 9: Governors’ Film Screening & Conversation, "The Toughest Job: William Winter's Mississippi"
    September 9: Governors’ Film Screening & Conversation, “The Toughest Job: William Winter’s Mississippi”

    A cross-university event on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus features a film screening of The Toughest J…

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    Programs+Projects

    Watch: The 2015 School of Doc Film, "SEEDS: The Documentary"
    Watch: The 2015 School of Doc Film, “SEEDS: The Documentary”

    Enjoy SEEDS: The Documentary, a short film produced by high school students in this summer’s…

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    Student Work

    Listen: Short Audio Docs from the 2015 Hearing Is Believing Audio Institute
    Listen: Short Audio Docs from the 2015 Hearing Is Believing Audio Institute

    In July 2015, the Hearing Is Believing audio institute brought 25 students from around the country f…

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    September 4: "Hidden Stories of Abandoned Places" at the NC Museum of History
    September 4: “Hidden Stories of Abandoned Places” at the NC Museum of History

    The Center for Documentary Studies is cosponsoring this discussion featuring five documentarians as …

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