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The Ruby is a catalyst for creativity and a home for making art at Duke.
Date & Time
April 12, 2021 at 7:00 pm8:00 pm

During this panel designed for prospective Duke students, you’ll hear from current students involved in the arts about how you can forge your own arts pathway and discover courses, communities, and experiences.

The arts are a meaningful part of your Duke experience, no matter what major you choose. At Duke, there are 32 different arts degrees, minors, and certificates and more than 100 student arts groups.

Representing the wide range of arts disciplines on campus, our panelists will provide an overview of arts opportunities available both inside the classroom and out, share helpful experiences and advice, and answer audience questions. They’ll also give insight into how arts groups have adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you have specific questions about an academic arts department, find staff contact information here.

Moderated by CAST members Grace Jeffrey ’21 and Katerina Deliargyris ’23, featuring:

  • Shana Abraham ’21, co-director of Street Medicine & member of Defining Movement
  • Dylan Cain ’23, writer and actor for Inside Joke
  • Omolola Sanusi ’21, creative director of the Duke Amandla Chorus, member of Freewater Productions, & former captain of the Creative Arts Student Team
  • Ethan Shen ’21, program director of Project Arts
  • Charlie Todd ’21, co-president and co-concertmaster of Duke Symphony Orchestra
  • Rebecca Williamson ’22, president of Out of the Blue
This video was produced by The Chronicle's Pitch Story Lab, a student creative agency.

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