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Visual journaling is a way to express yourself; a safe place for you to connect with your inner child. You will combine art making and writing to express your thoughts, feelings, and ideas with prompts. Please bring a journal.
Information Session for prospective members to learn about DIIG.
Learn how to throw pottery on the wheel! In this introductory class, you will learn the basics of centering and throwing cylinders. This class is focused gaining an introduction into throwing techniques rather than creating a finished product and is a prerequisite to using the Arts Annex pottery wheels during open studio hours. This is a Zero-Waste DukeCreate class. Students will practice on th…
Kickoff orientation + social for DACC pro-bono consulting
Join the Duke Student Collaborative on Health Policy at our fourth annual case competition! Participate to learn more about innovation within the healthcare sector, network with industry leaders, and have the chance to win $1000!
This is a recurring bible study for Agapé Christian Fellowship
Intro to Sashiko Stitching: Use running stitches to create accents and all over design to embellish your clothing and textile projects. Sashiko (刺し子, meaning “little pokes” or “small piercing”) is a form of functional embroidery that originated in Japan.
Career focused event with Katie Kross from the Fuqua EDGE
In this workshop, we will explore how a distinctive speaking voice in a poem—the nuanced utterance of a specific speaker and the creation of a particular character—gives rise to an unforgettable work. How does this subtle element called “voice” connect a reader with the idiosyncratic person who is talking? How does a speaker’s voice engage us, excite us, and pull us into the psyche of the indiv…
Duke University EMS GBM on Tuesdays for members.
In this workshop, we’ll practice using embroidery on paper to highlight the natural beauty of vintage photographs and create a new piece of art. You’ll learn the basics of embroidery and how to use the practice on materials other than fabric. We’ll have materials you can work with, or you can bring your own photos!
Learn about DPA and the application process