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Join us to learn about spending your summer studying media, design, and influence capital with the Duke in New York summer program. More program details at: https://globaled.duke.edu/programs/… read more about Duke in New York Summer - Info Session »

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Nasher Museum of Art

5:30 Cash bar6 PM Gallery talk and short Q & A in the gallery. Reception to follow. Space is limited. Please arrive early to find a spot.Join us for a talk by Renzo Ortega, whose work is on view… read more about Artist Renzo Ortega and "Art of Peru" »

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East Duke Parlors

Please register for this hybrid event at https://duke.is/9ttjsMohsin Taasha, Visual ArtistShamayel Shalizi, Multimedia ArtistSaadia Batool, Visual ArtistShah Mahmoud Hanifi, James Madison… read more about Visual arts in and on Afghanistan: political violence, war and the question of futurity »

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Nasher Museum of Art

10 AM Exhibition opens to the public4 PM Live Taping of Modern Art Notes with Tyler Green and artist Monique Verdin5:30 - 7:30 PM Cash bar, DJ music and light receptionThe Nasher Museum is proud to… read more about Exhibition Opens: Spirit in the Land »

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Nasher Museum of Art

Join MUSE, the Nasher's undergraduate student advisory board, for a student-only celebration of the new exhibition, Spirit in the Land. Featuring student DJs, Ben Rubin and Helen Jennings. Enjoy free… read more about Duke Student-Only Exhibition Opening: "Spirit in the Land" »

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Sarah P. Duke Gardens

The Nasher Museum and Sarah P. Duke Gardens co-present an afternoon of activities for all ages, inspired by the exhibition "Spirit in the Land." We invite visitors to tour the galleries, where 30… read more about Spirit in the Land: An Afternoon with Duke Gardens »

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Nasher Museum of Art Auditorium

6 PM Discussion in the Lecture Hall7 PM Reception & book signingPlease join Duke Professor Gennifer Weisenfeld for a discussion with Professor Paul Jaskot about her new book Gas Mask Nation:… read more about Gennifer Weisenfeld: "Gas Mask Nation" »

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Penn Pavilion

Feminist Theory Workshop (FTW) has, since the first gathering in 2007, promoted diverse dialogue among scholars of feminist theory and fostered a vibrant intellectual community. To that end, we bring… read more about 16th Annual Feminist Theory Workshop »

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Penn Pavilion

Feminist Theory Workshop (FTW) has, since the first gathering in 2007, promoted diverse dialogue among scholars of feminist theory and fostered a vibrant intellectual community. To that end, we bring… read more about 16th Annual Feminist Theory Workshop »

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Rubenstein Arts Center, Film Theater

Charlotte tells the story of the artist Charlotte Salomon (1917-1943), whose collection of paintings, called "Life? Or Theater?," can be considered one of the first graphic novels. The… read more about Film Screening: Charlotte »

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Nasher Museum of Art

Mel Chin, an artist based in western North Carolina, whose work is part of the exhibition Spirit in the Land, will deliver the Annual Rothschild Lecture. He was born in Houston and is known for the… read more about Annual Rothschild Lecture: Artist Mel Chin »