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Don’t see a gallery space on campus listed here? Contact dukearts@duke.edu with more information.

Art & Sciences Student Gallery

Location: Brodhead Center
Contact: sarah.neff@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes. 

Brodhead Center Cafe Gallery

Location: Brodhead Center
Contact: sarah.neff@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.

The Jerry and Bruce Chappell Family Gallery

Location: Perkins Library
Contact: meg.brown@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Maybe.
The exhibition space is primarily to support the research and ideas of the Duke University community; faculty and students are encouraged to propose curation of exhibitions in this gallery.

Divinity School Library Space

Location: Duke Divinity School
Contact: bsheppard@div.duke.edu
Reviewers give reference to exhibits about the library or to exhibits that express the mission of Duke Divinity School through art.

Duke Campus Club Exhibit Wall

Location: First floor, Perkins Library
Contact: margaret.brown@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.
This gallery is 18 feet of exhibit wall space on the first floor of Perkins Library. Duke students can display their two-dimensional items for one month.

Duke Chapel Gallery

Location: Duke Chapel
Contact: Duke Chapel Art Inquiry Form
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.

Envisioning the Invisible Contest Gallery

Location: Fitzpatrick Center Atrium
Contact: egsc.pratt@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes, as an entry in the contest.
Public display of photos and images submitted by students, faculty and staff to the annual Envisioning the Invisible contest.

First and Second Floor Galleries

Location: Allen Building
Contact: bill.fick@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.

Geometry Ascending a Staircase by George W. Hart

Location: Fitzpatrick Center Atrium
Contact: prattcomm@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? No.
Four aluminum orbs—“mathematical sculptures” up to seven feet in diameter—hang above the atrium stairway.

Josiah Charles Trent History of Medicine Room

Location: Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Contact: rachel.ingold@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Not likely.
The Josiah Charles Trent History of Medicine Room will allow visitors, scholars, and others to view many of the most notable History of Medicine Collections’ items in a safe and secure environment.

The Landing

Location: Bryan Center
Contact: sarah.neff@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.

Student Wall

Location: First floor, Perkins Library
Contact: margaret.brown@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes
Exhibits span topics such as civic engagement, experiences related to coursework, fine arts and social issues.

Louise Jones Brown Gallery

Location: Bryan Center
Contact: sarah.neff@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.

Mary Duke Biddle Room

Location: Perkins Library
Contact: meg.brown@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? No.
Two table cases permanently house the Audubon elephant folios (these cases are never available for other uses.) The majority of the room is covered in book cases that permanently house Rubenstein Library collection materials.

Rubenstein Library Photography Gallery

Location: Between the entrance to the Rubenstein Library reading room and the entrance to the Mary Duke Biddle Room
Contact: meg.brown@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Not likely.
This gallery was developed primarily to highlight the collections from the Archive of Documentary Arts of the Rubenstein Library, and shows have often been curated by living artists of their work. The 2015 renovation of the Rubenstein Library changed the space from a simple hallway to a wider, well designed gallery that will better display the Rubenstein Collections.

The Michael and Karen Stone Family Gallery

Location: Near the main entrance of Perkins Library
Contact: meg.brown@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? No
There are 6 cases in this room of a variety of sizes and shapes. The cases are designed to showcase Rubenstein Library collection materials.

Wellness Center Gallery

Location: Duke Student Wellness Center
Contact: lindsey.parker@duke.edu
Can student work be exhibited here? Yes.