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What is Nasher MUSE?

Gary Yeh (T’ 17) chats with another student in the Colour Correction exhibition. He helped lead the reimagination of the student advisory board as Nasher MUSE in 2017.
Gary Yeh (T’ 17) chats with another student in the Colour Correction exhibition. He helped lead the reimagination of the student advisory board as Nasher MUSE in 2017.

Nasher MUSE (Museum Undergraduate Student Exec) serves as the undergraduate student voice of and for the Nasher Museum. As a bridge between the widely diverse student body and the museum, MUSE fosters student ownership of the museum, advises museum staff on effective ways to engage the Duke undergrads, and is proactive in promoting the museum throughout the Duke community and beyond. MUSE organizes student-centered events at the museum and initiates critical conversations about contemporary issues in the museum environment. MUSE does not plan or select exhibitions for the museum.

Interested in applying to MUSE or starting your involvement with MUSE today?

Please submit inquiries to MUSE’s Director of Recruitment Dryden Quigley at dryden.quigley@duke.edu.

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PLEASE NOTE: Membership with MUSE requires significant personal initiative and time commitment to attend weekly meetings, plan programs and staff programs/events. Members often spend considerable time outside of weekly meetings to plan and promote events. Attendance at events is also required.

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2020 –2021 Nasher MUSE Student Board

Nasher MUSE (Museum Undergraduate Student Exec), the student advisory board, plans student events and works to bring every Duke student to visit the museum at least once during their time at Duke.

Sara Tavakolian ’21
Alec Waxman ’21
Dryden Quigley ’21
Maria Lulo ’21
Ellea Lamb ’21
Susan Yun ’21
Sam Shteynberg ’21
Abigail Shlesinger ’22
Dani Yan ’22
Nigel Sapp ’22
Fernanda Machicao ’23
Helen Jennings ’23
Ian Acriche ’23
Kendall Dees ’23

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