Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University opened in 2005 with a building designed by Rafael Violy as the center for the visual arts on campus. The museum promotes engagement with the visual arts among a broad community including Duke students, faculty, and staff, the greater Durham community, the Triangle region, and the national and international art community. The museum presents an ambitious schedule of exhibitions that travel to major institutions around the world, and has a growing collection of international contemporary art. The Nasher Museum has received more than 80,000 visits from students since it opened. Also in that time, the museums community education programs have served more than 32,000 K-12 students.

Place Categories: Art MuseumPlace Tags: illustration, paintings, Photography, printmaking and sculptures

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