2013 Annual Report

From the Director

Sarah Schroth by J CaldwellI am delighted to have the opportunity to lead the Nasher Museum in what promises to be a very exciting time, as we approach our 10th anniversary celebration in 2015 and undertake new initiatives in undergraduate education

From the Board of Advisors

8160891511_cc8bb8955bDuke University’s first and only art museum has embarked upon a new era.

I am honored to be the new chair of the Nasher Museum’s Board of Advisors and would like to thank my predecessor,

Programs and Events

Barbra and Andrew Rothschild Lecture

KERRY JAMES MARSHALL – October 10, 2012

Renowned contemporary artist Kerry James Marshall is known for his paintings, drawings and sculptures that are rich with art-historical references, from Renaissance painting to American folk art. The

EAT, PRAY WEAVE: Ancient Peruvian Art from the Collection
September 15, 2012 – January 13, 2013

Eat, Pray, Weave



Eat, Pray, Weave was our first exhibition to have an enhanced online component aimed at

Education Department

Family Day Collecting Matisse

Duke Students at the Nasher Museum

First Year Student Party

First-year students experience their first Nasher Museum party during orientation week at Duke. Students take in R.M. Fischer’s 1982 sculpture Untitled (Three Prong Lamp), part of Time Capsule, Age 13 to 21: The

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