Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
Public and private intersecting between cultural practitioners and cultural institutions that serve to create and nurture platforms for community exchange and discourse—the Nasher Museum has been one of the few institutions I have had the fortune of collaborating with that consistently defines its practice through these beliefs.William Cordova, artist and cultural practitioner
Join us for a lunchtime gallery tour of Pop América, led in English and Spanish by Rosalía Romero, Ph.D. candidate in Duke’s Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies.
Plan your lunch at the Nasher Museum Café around this 30-minute tour!March 21, 2019 | 12:00–12:30 PM
The Nasher partners with Duke science departments and students to explore the crossover between art and science as we create artful chemical reactions and investigate beautiful designs found in nature. Get wowed by Nasher Family Day favorite Magician Joshua Lozoff!
Free Family Days at the Nasher Museum are supported by The Forest at Duke.March 24, 2019 | 12:00–4:00 PM
When you think of Duke University, the image of its gothic-style chapel may come to mind, or perhaps Cameron Indoor Stadium, the raucous center of the Blue Devil basketball games. But tucked along Campus Drive here, amid the stately tall pine trees, the 65,000-square-foot Nasher Museum of Art has become a hub for students.
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Nasher Museum members help support exciting, internationally renowned exhibitions and free K-12 education programs to thousands of students from Durham public schools and beyond.
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From presenting a dynamic array of nationally and internationally-acclaimed exhibitions, to offering a comprehensive range of educational programs that benefit our campus and community, to maintaining the facilities within our landmark building – your gift helps us do it all.