Screen Printing for Democracy
DEMOCRACY DAY at DUKE ScreenPrinting Pop Up
Print a voting-themed poster at the Rubenstein Arts Center from 2-4:30pm (or request one from the master screen printers)!
At the Nasher Museum, students are invited to use colored pencils and crayons to activate the voting-themed posters they screen printed at the Ruby (or the previous week at the Bryan Center Plaza). Take your poster home to get the word out, or help activate the “Democracy Wall,” a monumental collage of screen printed posters that will remain on display in the Nasher.
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD THROUGH ART!
This event is part of the October 28 campus-wide Democracy Day organized by the student-run North Carolina Young People’s Alliance (NCYPA) along with POLIS, DukeVotes, the Duke Student Wellness Center, the Nasher Museum and Duke Arts.
Students, faculty, staff and members of the community can vote early (and register and on the same day) from October 20 to November 5 at Karsh Alumni and Visitors Center on Duke University Road, across the street from the Nasher Museum.