Student work, visiting artists, and public programs are all in the Ruby.Learn More
Documenting the Human Costs of Climate Change
James Robinson (Class of 2020) on his Power Plant exhibit We See the Change, which he worked on at the Ruby. Robinson is also recipient of the Power Plant Gallery professional development award.
The Art of a Scientist
Art and science have a lot in common, yet we don't always see it that way. This exhibit brings the work of artists and scientists together in shared exploration of creativity and visual communication.
The Ruby & All That Jazz
Student theater group Hoof ‘n’ Horn debuts “Chicago” in Duke’s new arts space.
Nina Chanel Abney on New Work, Instagram, and her UNC Mural
Duke student Annie Kornack interviews artist Nina Chanel Abney about her residency at Duke and UNC this spring.
Welcome to the Ruby
Theater and Productions Studios
The 100-seat arts center film theater can screen both archival and digital formats. With the opening of the Ruby, Duke’s Arts of the Moving Image Program (AMI) has a new home for its teaching and production studios
The von der Heyden Studio Theater
The von der Heyden Studio Theater supports a wide variety of performances unlike any other venue on Duke’s campus. With a moveable seat platform, a huge projection screen, and windows that can let in natural light or be blacked out, it can be configured in many ways.
New studios for WXDU 88.7 FM
WXDU, Duke’s non-commercial, student-run radio station, has moved from East Campus into custom-designed studio space in the Ruby.
Take a class
There are three seminar-size classrooms in the arts center. By taking a class in the Ruby, or applying to teach your class there, you put yourself in the center of Duke's arts scene.
See what’s on at the Ruby, where you can see a Duke Performances show, the latest from Duke’s 70+ student art groups, public exhibits, and more.View All Events