Monday, February 6 and Tuesday, February 7, 8:30 AM -530 PM
Monday and Tuesday Panels and Talks:
Franklin Humanities Institute Garage, Bay 4, Room C105
114 S. Buchanan Blvd, Durham, NC 27708
(East Campus – Park in the Smith Warehouse South Side Lot [accessible entrance])
Monday, February 6, 6pm – 9pm
Opening Exhibition and Keynote Panel:
2001 Campus Drive
Durham NC, 27708
(East Campus – Park in the Nasher Lot or Smith Warehouse South Side Lot and take the bus)
Tuesday, February 7, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Evening Art Walk Reception, Performances, and Open Houses:
- 6:00 PM: Reception following Cathy Davidson’s Keynote Talk
- 6:30-7:30 PM: Biddle Music Building Music/Projection/Video Performances
- 7:00-9:00 PM: Open Houses at East Duke Building, Smith Warehouse Bay 11-12, MFAEDA Carpentry Shop, and Center for Documentary Studies
Wednesday, February 8 and Thursday, February 9, 8:30 AM -530 PM
Wednesday and Thursday Panels and Talks:
Perkins Library, Room 217
411 Chapel Drive, Durham, NC 27708
(West Campus – Park at the Bryan Center Visitor Deck [main entrance Perkins is accessible]) – bring the pass you received when you registered, and tell them you are with CHAT
Wednesday, February 8, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Evening Art Walk Reception and Open Houses:
- 6:30 PM Bryan Center Gallery Reception – meet the presenters!
- 7:00 – 9:00 PM Bryan Center Gallery, LiNK Media Wall, DiVE and Sound Studio, Fitzpatrick Center (CIEMAS)Open Houses
Thursday, February 9, 8:00 PM – 1:00 AM
CHAT 2012 Close – Multimedia Dance Party at Motorco Music Hall
723 Rigsby Avenue, Durham NC (near campus)
Food trucks, cash bar, DJ Jaesunel + cool, Kinect-driven visuals!
Parking passes should work in the South Lot of Smith Warehouse, and in the Bryan Center Garage. Tell the attendant you are with CHAT.
The C-1 and C-2 buses circulate frequently between East and West campuses so you can shuttle back and forth that way as desired. The closest stop for the C-2 is on Campus Drive at Maxwell. The closest C-1 is in the center of East Campus. Check out the Parking and Transportation Office for more information.
While we are providing coffee, pastries, and lunch, you may also want to strike out on your own. Check out our Food Map in your packet if you want to go further afield than campus eateries. Durham is famous as a “foodie” town! We recommend you visit some of the many excellent restaurants in the local area, on 9th Street, in Brightleaf, and beyond. Many downtown locations are easily accessible via the Bull City Connector bus. Others are a quick car trip away.