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Viewers enjoy Saba Taj's art at the (In)visible Organ exhibit, open through March 8th.

Art, Art History and Visual Studies Wall Space

Location: Smith Warehouse, Bays 10-12
Contact: Exhibition Request Formjohn.taormina@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.

Gallery 235 at the Ruby

Location: Rubenstein Arts Center
Contact: bill.fick@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes. 

The Ruby Lounge

Location: Rubenstein Arts Center
Contact: bill.fick@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.

Ruby Photo Wall

Location: Rubenstein Arts Center, outside of the von der Heyden Studio Theater
Contact: asb63@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.

The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University

Location: 2001 Campus Drive, Durham, NC 27705
Contact: 919-684-5135
The museum’s collection strategy emphasizes works by diverse artists who have been historically underrepresented, or even excluded, by mainstream arts institutions, and maintains a particular focus on artists of African descent.

Nasher Incubator Gallery

Location: Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
Contact: juliamchugh@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.
Located in Wilson Pavilion, the Incubator Gallery will often be used for student- and faculty-curated exhibitions. Shows in this gallery will be installed for approximately two to three months at a time.

The Juanita Kreps, Lyndhurst, Porch and University Galleries

Location: Center for Documentary Studies
Contact: reideatn@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Not at this time.