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Duke Arts Studio offers creative and professional support for undergraduate student projects in the fields of arts, entertainment and media. Duke students from any department with a creative project in early or mid-stages can apply to be paired with an industry alum or community member in a related field. Students with projects in final or finished stages are not eligible to apply. The 12-15 mentees will form a cohort that will meet for monthly meals and professional practices seminars. Each mentee/mentor pair will create their own contract and agree upon their meeting schedule. Duke Arts Studio will organize a presentation event in the Spring to showcase the finished projects.

Applications for 2023-24 are now closed. Check back next year for updates.

Duke Arts Studio was originally StudioDuke, a joint effort of Duke Arts, Duke’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative, Duke Entertainment, Media & Arts Network (DEMAN) and Duke Alumni Association. Duke Arts Studio is managed in collaboration with the Duke Entertainment, Media & Arts Network (DEMAN).