Quicker than Coal AshOpen To The Public
Will Warasila's work reflects the experiences of those in Walnut Cove, North Carolina, who live in the shadow of Duke Energy’s Belews Creek Steam Station. A MFA|EDA 2020 thesis exhibition.
This is part of the MFA|EDA graduating class of 2020 season of events. For more information on exhibits and programs, visit mfaeda2020.org.
About the Artist
Will Warasila is a Durham, North Carolina, based photographer. After receiving a BFA in Photography from the School of Visual Arts, Will Warasila is now pursuing an MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts at Duke University. Increasingly, he has found his subjects outside of the urban landscape. His work has appeared in Bloomberg Businessweek, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Vice, Atmos, and other outlets.
About the MFA|EDA Program
The Masters of Fine Arts in Experimental and Documentary Arts at Duke University, established in 2011, couples experimental visual practice with the documentary arts in a rigorous two-year program. For more than three decades, Duke has demonstrated leadership in documentary arts, film and video, and visual studies. Drawing upon this commitment to the arts, as well as the university’s existing strengths in historical, theoretical and technological scholarship, the MFA|EDA offers a distinct learning environment that sees interdisciplinary education as a benchmark for significant creativity, innovation, and documentary storytelling. More information on the program, faculty, curriculum and application guidelines is available on the MFA|EDA website at mfaeda.duke.edu. Additional inquiries may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MFA|EDA program is grateful to the following organizations for their support of the artists and exhibitions: Duke University Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies, Center for Documentary Studies, Program in the Arts of the Moving Image, Office of the Vice Provost for the Arts at Duke University, Power Plant Gallery, Fredric Jameson Gallery, the Kenan Institute for Ethics, NorthStar Church of the Arts, Campus Center Arts, Cassilhaus, Duke Sculpture Studio, and Rubenstein Arts Center.