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Wendy Ewald
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CHAPEL HILL
Wendy Ewald & Christian Karkow
John Hope Franklin Center—Join photographer Wendy Ewald and sculptor Christian Karkow in an opening reception tonight at 5:30 p.m. Wendy Ewald's exhibit, On Reading, will show in the Main Gallery. Also, a panel discussion featuring Diego Cortez, Philip Brookman and Eric Gottesman will be held tonight at 7 p.m. in the Franklin Center. Christian Karkow's exhibit, Ex Machina I—A Retrospective, will be shown in the New Media Space. The JHFC is located at 2204 Erwin Road. For more information, call 684-2765 or visit www.jhfc.duke.edu. —Iesha Brown

DURHAM
Frederick Wiseman Retrospective
Nasher Museum—Is it possible to overstate Fredrick Wiseman's contribution to American documentary filmmaking? Probably not. Perhaps no artist has so consistently chronicled public institutions with more vigor, humor and humanity. In advance of his appearance at Duke next week, where he will lecture on the legal and ethical issues of documentary film, two of his early masterpieces will be projected in their original format, 16mm. Law and Order (1969) shows tonight at 7 p.m., and Titicut Follies (1967) plays on March 21 at 2 p.m. Free of charge and open to the public, both screenings will be at the Nasher Museum of Art. —Douglas Vuncannon

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