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6 PM Public gallery talk with student curators
6:30 PM Reception
Join five Duke undergraduate students for a gallery talk on the exhibition they co-curated, Hung Liu: Living Memory, in the Incubator Gallery. The works, all from the museum’s collection, were a recent gift from the artist’s estate and are on view for the first time. This exhibition was created through the Curatorial Practicum: Exhibition Development and Design course in the Museum Theory & Practice Concentration, taught by Ellen C. Raimond, Associate Curator of Academic Initiatives at the Nasher Museum. Student co-curators: Eliza Henne, Nicole Kagan, Elayna Lei, Bailes New and Madeleine Reinhard.

 

Event Details

Date
Thursday, February 29
Time
6–8 PM
Categories
Tags
Bailes New, Elayna Lei, Eliza Henne, Ellen Raimond, Hung Liu, Madeleine Reinhard, Museum Theory & Practice, Nicole Kagan
Venue
The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
2001 Campus Drive
Durham, NC 27705 United States