Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Drive Durham,
Drop by the Ruby for a reception celebrating the closing of Stephen Hayes: Selected Works, on view in the gallery through September 28 and the opening of Cornered, on view in the Murthy Agora (Studio 129) through October 18 and part of the larger interdisciplinary humanities project In Transit: Arts and Migration Around Europe.
This fall, the Nasher Museum, Rubenstein Arts Center, John Hope Franklin Center and the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library have collaborated to present a multi-site art installation, In Transit: Arts & Migration Around Europe. At the Nasher Museum, In Transit: Arts & Migration Around Europe introduces, through art, a new history and context to the ongoing global refugee crisis. Duke undergraduate students and professors Helen Solterer, Elvira Vilches and other members of the In Transit research group, Raquel Salvatella de Prada and Pedro Lasch, contributed to the exhibition through seminars and conversations.
Gather together with the participating artists and photographers to celebrate the opening of New Faces of Tradition: Documenting North Carolina’s Young Artists and enjoy live music by saxophonist Shaquim Muldrow and old-time fiddler Sonya Badigian.