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As the first exhibition to present a vision of Pop on the American continent as a whole, Pop América makes a critical contribution to understanding this artistic period and Latin America’s rich artistic heritage. At the same time, this will also be the first exhibition to consider Pop art throughout the Americas as an intentional strategy for communicating sensitive, politically challenging content.

Sarah Schroth, Mary D.B.T. and James H. Semans Director of the Nasher Museum
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TEEN EVENT

Teen-Only IMPACT Party

The Nasher Teen Council invites all teens to the 4th IMPACT party on Saturday, June 1, 7:00–10:00 PM!

Join us for food, music, live performances, and more! We're happy to welcome back Charlotte-based MacFly Fresh Printing Co. to lead a screen printing session, inspired by our current exhibit, Pop América, 1965–1975.

For more information, please email or call Jesse Huddleston, Teen Program Educator, at jesse.huddleston@duke.edu or at 919-684-9244.

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Member Morning within Pop América, Christian Marclay: Surround Sounds and The Collection Galleries

All Nasher members are invited to explore all of the galleries before the crowds and enjoy exhibition-themed refreshments. Don’t miss this opportunity to see The Collection Galleries,  Pop América, 1965 – 1975 and Christian Marclay: Surround Sounds.

June 2, 2019 | 10:00 AM12:00 PM
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Duke University Announces $1.5 Million Outdoor Arts Space
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Duke University Announces $1.5 Million Outdoor Arts Space

Duke University is building the first outdoor space on campus dedicated to the arts with a $1.5 million project at Campus Drive and Anderson Street. The new green space will showcase the arts, visually connecting the Nasher Museum of Art and Rubenstein Arts Center.

Raising the Cultural Bar on Campuses
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Raising the Cultural Bar on Campuses

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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