Arts Projects Residencies
New Support for Arts Projects
The Office of the Vice Provost of the Arts—Duke Arts invites artists working in any medium and teams of students, faculty, and community collaborators to apply for a residency in a multipurpose studio in the Rubenstein Arts Center. One of the Ruby’s core missions is to provide dedicated space for student and faculty artists to create new work, collaborate, and engage with the wider Duke community and Durham.
We are now accepting applications for Spring 2019 projects on a rolling basis.
Create New Work in the Ruby
Browse through current and former arts projects, including Biscuit Station, a special one-day-only installation by local artist Bill Thelen for the Rubenstein Art Center's Grand Opening Party.