BRYAN CENTER GALLERY
the Von Canon Rooms, Bryan Center Basement Level
Tuesday, February 7 – Thursday, February 9
Tuesday, 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday, 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Thursday, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Bryan Center Gallery Reception (wine and heavy h’ors doerves) on Wednesday evening starting at 6:00 PM – come experience the work and meet and greet the artists!
- Gallery Map (PDF)
- Route Map – includes Bryan Center Gallery, DiVE, Sound Studio, and LiNK Wall
- Augmented Reality supplement (requires iPhone, iPad, or Android and the free Layar application)
DiVE Tours will be arranged in groups of 6 at the reception, and on-site in the Fitzpatrick Center. They will take place from 7:00 – 9:00 PM. Sign up to ensure you get a slot!
Sound Studio visitors may walk up and enter to experience the performances as space becomes available.
Patrick FitzGerald and Lee Cherry
North Carolina State University
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Jameson Hogan, Shaun Martin, Wendi Sierra
North Carolina State University
Playing outside the cartridge: (re)Experiencing Nintendo
Truth-Value of The Document Up to and Including Its Limitations
43:59 (At the Cut)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Kenneth David Stewart
I Flaunt the Fiends of Hell
Digital Project Kiosks:
Anne Whisnant et al, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Driving Through Time: The Digital Blue Ridge Parkway
Historical Visualization and Digital Reconstruction Projects:
- Katherine Jentleson, Duke University, “Visualizing Stolen Saints: Mapping The Relic Thefts of the Central Middle Ages” – The Relics Origin Layer | The Relics Destination Layer
- Joseph Williams, Duke University, “Digitizing the ‘Work-in-Progress’ Colloquium on Google Earth: An Experiment in Open Scholarship“
- Jenny Denton, Hillary Martinez, Amanda Truelove, Mea Warren, Kate Wheelock, Heather Wiese, Kate Yang, Duke University, “Digital Durham 2.0“
- Maia Call, Jennie Rose Halperin, Kyndall Owens, and Jennifer Scully, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, “Windows to the Past – People, Places and Memory in Downtown Greensboro“
- Maia Call, Jennie Rose Halperin, Kyndall Owens, and Jennifer Scully, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, “The Hayti Project – Digitally Reconstructing a Vanished Community
- Duke Wired: Visualizing the Past
- UNC Digital Innovation Lab
- Duke Haiti Lab
How They Got Game Video Essays, Duke University
- Luke Caldwell
- Rosemarie Fernandez
- Pinar Yoldas
- Alice Ji
- Simone Lewis
- David Mayer
- Nick Straub
- Jie Wang
- Tim Yoon
Duke University Theater Studies Integrated Media Projects:
- Production blog for The Laramie Project (has videos embedded): http://sites.duke.edu/dukeinlaramie/
- Production blog for A Doll’s House (also has videos embedded): http://sites.duke.edu/dukedollshouse/
- Production blog for Ragtime: http://sites.duke.edu/ragtime/
- Tumblr blog for Antic Shakespeare troupe: http://antic-shkspr.tumblr.com/
Jade Elizabeth Davis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Vintage Black Beauties, http://vintageblackbeauty.tumblr.com/
SAFE HOUSE from the play SAFE HOUSE by Lydia Stryk. Directed by Jody McAuliffe. Video by William Noland (camera and editing). Music by Marc Faris. Actors: Debra Gillingham, Derrick Ivey, Jenn Suchanec.
Hidden Voices in collaboration with the NCSU Digital Media Lab,
Home Is Not One Story
Joseph Megel, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
Documentation of the Performance: You Are Dead. You are Here.
Gary Hawkins and Emily LaDue, Duke University, Yorktown Throwdown
Performance Panel Videos:
- The Paper Hat Game created and directed by Torry Bend (Theater Studies, Duke University) with video design by Raquel Salvatella de Prada (AAH/Visual Studies, Duke University). Performance in Sheafer Theater, Duke University September 2011. http://vimeo.com/28207327 and http://vimeo.com/30919426
- Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party, directed by Jodi McCaullife (Theater Studies, Duke Unviversity). Preview trailer by independent filmmaker Nick Karner. http://vimeo.com/30511032. Performances at Common Ground Theater, Durham, Nov. 2011.
- RedGhost adapted from Yotsuya Kaidan, directed by Jay O’Berski (Theater Studies, Duke University). Preview trailer by Jim Haverkamp (AMI, Duke University) http://vimeo.com/14534423. Performance at Common Ground Theater, Durham, Sept. 2010.
- Gorky’s Lower D’s, directed by Jay O’Berski (Theater Studies, Duke University). Preview trailer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMqP6GgcZPI Performances at Sheafer Theater, Duke University, Nov. 2009.
- The Waves adapted from the novel by Virginia Woolf, directed by Jay O’Berski (Theater Studies, Duke University). Preview trailer by Jim Haverkamp (AMI, Duke University) http://vimeo.com/2817787 Performance in Reynolds Theater, Duke University, Feb. 2009.
- Charles Mee’s Fistful of Love, directed by Jay O’Berski (Theater Studies, Duke University). Preview trailer by Jim Haverkamp (AMI, Duke University) http://vimeo.com/1585688. Performance at Manbites Dog Theater, Durham, May 2008.
- Out of the Blue, an original work by Ellen Hemphill (Theater Studies, Duke University), set & costume design by Jan Chambers (UNC), music by Allison Leyton-Brown, consultant/dramaturg Nor Hall, video design by Jim Haverkamp (AMI & Theater Studies, Duke University), lighting design by Jesse Belsky. Performance in Sheafer Theater, Duke University, February, 2010.
- Stealing Home a solo vocal cabaret performed by Ellen Hemphill (Theater Studies, Duke University), vocal director Richard Armstrong, song arrangements by Allison Leyton-Brown, choreography by Terry Beck, scenic design by Tori Ralston, lighting design by Andy Parks, video design and editing by Jim Haverkamp (AMI & Theater Studies, Duke University). Performance in Manbites Dog Theater, Durham, NC, April, 2011.
- A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Ellen Hemphill (Theater Studies, Duke University), scenic design by Torry Bend (Theater Studies, Duke University), costume design by Bill Clarke, lighting design by Andy Parks, video design and editing by Jim Haverkamp (AMI & Theater Studies, Duke University), dramaturgy by Jules Odendahl-James (Theater Studies, Duke University). Performance in Sheafer Theater, Duke University, November, 2011.
PERKINS LIBRARY LiNK MEDIA WALL
Basement of Perkins Library – enter from the walkway between Perkins and Bostock and head downstairs. Open throughout the Festival.
Jessica Roseberry with Sarah Goetz
Women in Medicine
Fatimah Tuggar with Todd Berreth
“One Blithe Day”
Civil Action in Latin America
Mahato Image Contest Submissions
Students of Raquel Salvatella de Prada
Motion Graphics for Film and Video
Jason Hsu, Jian Wei Gan, Weiping Zhang
Students of Robert Duvall
Introduction to Computer Graphics
Bill Seaman and Todd Berreth
Passage Sets: One Pulls Pivots at the Tip of the Tongue (Wall of Light Version)
Gigapixel Navigator Demonstration
More info: Current Exhibits
Special Events: Wednesday, February 8, 7:00 – 9:00 PM Only
THE DUKE IMMERSIVE VISUALIZATION ENVIRONMENT (DiVE)
Fitzpatrick Center (CIEMAS) – note: limited to groups of 6 at a time
University of California, Merced
Villa of Livia
The Memory Tower
THE INTERACTIVE SOUND STUDIO
Fitzpatrick Center (CIEMAS)
Of Related Interest in the Neighborhood:
The Public Readings of Charles Dickens, as Performed by Michael Malone
Date: Tuesday, February 8, 2012
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Biddle Rare Book Room
Contact Information: Will Hansen, 919-660-5958 or william.hansen(at)duke.edu
Throughout the 1850s and 1860s, Charles Dickens performed in a series of dramatic public readings adapted from his own works, impersonating characters from famous scenes in Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby, Great Expectations, and other beloved novels. In celebration of Dickens’s 200th birthday in February, please join award-winning Duke author, Professor of the Practice of Theater Studies, and consummate Dickensian Michael Malone as he reenacts these entertaining performances.
The event is held in conjunction with the exhibition “Charles Dickens: 200 Years of Commerce and Controversy,” on display outside of the Biddle Rare Book Room, featuring rare first editions of Dickens’s works and other materials from the holdings of the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
A reception with refreshments will be held after the performance.