Professor of the Practice Emeritus of Art, Art History and Visual Studies
William Noland works in sculpture, photography and video. An Emeritus Professor of the Practice of Visual Art, he oversees William Noland Studios in Hillsborough, North Carolina. While at Duke, he served as a contributing photographer and editorial advisor for the journalistic/literary quarterly DoubleTake. He was the recipient of Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation Grants for photography in 1997, 1999 and 2002, and for video in 2005. He received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture in 1987 and a Fulbright Scholar Award in Photography in 1995.
ExpertiseSculpture, photography, video, video design for theater
Brighenti, Andrea Mubi. “Artveillance: At the Crossroads of Art and Surveillance.” Surveillance & Society, vol. Vol. 7, 2010, pp. 12–12.
Morefield, Kenneth R. “Camp Diaries (Noland, 2009).” Filmwell (Online Film Blog); 1morefilmblog (Online Film Blog, Apr. 2009.
Halasz, Piri, and Piri Noland W. “Recommended reading: Plagens, Tatransky.” Online Journal From the Mayor’S Doorstep, No. 82, 2009.
Noland, William. “Seeing and Seen.” Doubletake/Points of Entry, edited by Robert Coles and Terry Lee, vol. Spring/Summer 2007, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007, pp. 30–31.
Halasz, Piri, and Piri Noland W. “From the Mayor’s Doorstep.” Online Journal From the Mayor’S Doorstep, No. 76, 2007.
MacDonald, Kristin, and Kristin Noland W. “AnnArbor Film Festival Returns, free of censorship.” The Michigan Daily, 2007.
William Noland, J. S. “Discoveries by Designers: Randall Tysinger.” Architectural Digest, Apr. 2005.
William Noland, J. S. “Cuban Stories.” The South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 103.1, Dec. 2003, pp. 61–80.