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Reflections Tours Rescheduled Virtually

Some Reflections tours are moving to virtual platforms.

The Museum is closed temporarily. All in-person events and tours have been cancelled.

Our Education Department is experimenting with shifting Reflections Tours onto an online platform. To find out more, please email us at reflections@duke.edu.

Engaging and Interactive

Tours are one part of the Reflections Program at the Nasher Museum. Reflections tours are for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease, or related dementia, and their care partners. Each tour includes a guided exploration and discussion of artwork in the current exhibitions. Tours may also include an art making activity or live music in the galleries.

Learn more about the Reflections Program.

Public Tours

Reflections tours are available to the general public on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Individuals with Alzheimer’s and their care partners who are not visiting in a group may reserve a spot on these public tours.

There is no fee for the public tour. Reservations must be made at least a week in advance. Please fill out the form below or contact Jennifer Armstrong Hicks, Reflections Program Coordinator, at reflections@duke.edu to book a public Reflections tour.

Events Related to Reflections: Alzheimer's Program

Upcoming Events

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Group Tours

Reflections tours are now available to the general public on the fourth Tuesday of every month.

There is no fee for the group tour. Reservations must be made at least a week in advance. Please contact Jennifer Armstrong Hicks, Reflections Program Coordinator, at reflections@duke.edu to book a public Reflections tour.


Reflections: The Nasher Museum Alzheimer’s Program is made possible by Stefanie and Doug Kahn in honor of their fathers, Donald Schneider and Mike Kahn, and the Carlyle Adams Foundation.

Support

The Nasher Museum Alzheimer’s Program is made possible by Stefanie and Doug Kahn in honor of their fathers, Donald Schneider and Mike Kahn; the Carlyle Adams Foundation; and the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.

For information about supporting the Reflections Program, please contact Tamara Holmes Brothers, Director of Development, at tamara.brothers@duke.edu or call at (919) 668-4063.

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The health and safety of our community is our top priority. In accordance with Duke University, the museum is closed to visitors until further notice. The café and store are closed. Find updates and the latest information on Duke’s Coronavirus Response website.