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Latency: Opening Reception

Gallery Room 235 at The Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Dr, Durham, NC

Kate Alexandrite, Kelsey Brod, Quran Karriem, and Rebecca Uliasz — the four artist-researchers that comprise the Computational Media, Arts & Cultures (CMAC) doctoral program at Duke — invite you to the opening reception for Latency, a collective exhibition.

Latency: Open Gallery and Artist Talk

Gallery Room 235 at The Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Dr, Durham, NC

Kate Alexandrite, Kelsey Brod, Quran Karriem, and Rebecca Uliasz — the four artist-researchers that comprise the Computational Media, Arts & Cultures (CMAC) doctoral program at Duke — invite you to an artist talk for their collective exhibition titled Latency.

A Fall From Grace

Gallery Room 235 at The Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Dr, Durham, NC

A Fall From Grace is a multimedia project by Zaire McPhearson, MFA EDA '20, that tells the story of single Black women and their children involved in a cult from the mid-1970s through the early 2000s.

Quare Dance: Fashioning a Black, Queer, Fem(me)inist Aesthetic in Ballet Gallery

Gallery Room 235 at The Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Dr, Durham, NC

Alyah Baker, MFA in Dance ’21, presents her thesis project “Quare Dance,” a multi-media performance installation that examines the intersections of race, gender, and sexuality in ballet, through the lens of Black Queer Women.


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