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Join us to learn how you can contribute art (through any medium) showcasing Duke University’s natural spaces!
DukeEngage is an eight-week immersive summer program that places Duke students in global communities addressing critical social issues. Through DukeEngage, students work with communities to develop solutions and create positive change, guided by Duke faculty and local partnering organizations. Additionally, students participate in critical reflection throughout the summer — unpacking their …
Come hang out on BC plaza and decorate tote bags with us!
Partner event with Tanium
“Smaïl Kanouté’s dance production is a lament, a tribute and a protest. In its reference to individual lives, Never Twenty One has a heartbreaking specificity; as a political act, it has a global reach.” – The Dance Centre – Vancouver Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement’s #Never21 hashtag, French-Malian choreographer and dancer Smaïl Kanouté’s deeply resonant piece pays tribute to yo…
Our first tournament of the year tailored to first year students
Outstanding solo musicians, the Merz Trio has grabbed headlines across the globe for their ‘entrancing, dynamic performances’ (BBC Music Magazine) and ‘stunning virtuosity’ (Reading Eagle). Juxtaposing dynamic new music with forgotten and familiar works, they are an ensemble to watch. The trio brings a typically dynamic program to the Chamber Arts Series, with works spanning over 300 yea…
Since its founding in 1997, GRAMMY-nominated Imani Winds has been tirelessly dedicated to expanding the wind quintet repertoire, exploring non-European musical traditions, and recruiting culturally and racially diverse collaborators. This performance caps Imani Winds’ stint as Ensemble in Residence at Duke, where they have given workshops, masterclasses, and special performances over the past s…
Come join Duke STEM Connect for our weekly general body meetings!
Open hours and art kits supply
Before our annual exhibit closes, we would like to gather participating artists, scientists, and the community at Duke, Durham, and beyond, to converse about the art-science interface. Dr. Dan Jay from Tufts University will be our guest speaker to initiate the conversation.
Come chill and get to know your fellow Black Student Alliance members through engaging and enticing Throwback Thursdays!