November Dances showcases flourishing program at Duke
"The showcase shows the potential for dance to reach out in a lot of different ways."
Uncle Vanya brings frustrations of Chekhov's Russia to Duke
Check your preconceived notions of Chekhov at the Sheafer Theater door.
Review: "Legendary: Inside the House Ballroom Scene"
In the world of underground house balls, extravagance and 'realness' reign supreme.
Tiksi captivates with glimpses of remote Arctic town
"Tiksi" shows us a place so radically distant from our everyday without romanticizing it.
People Get Ready melds contemporary dance and indie rock
“It doesn’t feel like we are breaking any boundaries; it feels boundless.”
Photojournalist discusses witnessing, documenting Middle Eastern revolutions
“Bringing him here is one way of humanizing the issues that he reports on."
Mural bridges Duke and Durham, celebrates Latino community
Collaborators painted a mural on the side of Torero's Mexican Restaurant in downtown Durham.
Kenan Arts Fellow focuses arts exhibition on perceptions of human rights
“The exhibit is definitely a critique of iconography, but it’s not necessarily a ‘let’s throw it all out the window.’"
Poet explores, conveys spirituality and consciousness
“His work gives you permission to think about experience anew—to trouble the distinction between the sacred and profane."
DEMAN expands programming and engages wider Duke audience
“Just hearing that other people can do it is encouraging.”
Recess Interviews: Adam Chodikoff
It’s a unique job at a unique show. I don’t think there’s really anyone else out there who does what I do.
Recess Interviews: Pinar Yoldas
"The first thing to do is to acknowledge that there are many misrepresentations of nature that actually distance us from what our true nature is."
Power Plant Gallery to feature Duke faculty artists
“This space tries to honor artistic life outside of Duke’s campus while engaging with the Durham community.”
Duke Arts Festival brings sustainable focus to campus
From Friday, Oct. 25, through Sunday, Nov. 3, the 5th Annual Duke Arts Festival will carry out Duke’s pledge by integrating sustainability into its theme.
Poetry festival brings local and international poets to Carrboro
The Carrboro festival celebrates the casual poet as well as the lover of poetry.
Artist's 'New York' collection on display at Craven Art Gallery
“I’m interested in painting feeling. I want people to look at my paintings and feel how I felt in that moment.”
Dance company showcases Haiti tribute, premieres new choreography
Gaspard Louis presents a message in his choreography that is as social as it is artistic.
Art space embarks on event-filled fundraisers
"This whole space is an experiment, and it’s meant to be."
Manbites Dog production dares to raise, embrace questions
Sit down in the audience of the provocatively-titled "Cock" and you suddenly find yourself in the midst of battle.
Durham dancer to have double-debut this weekend
Christiana Barnett-Murphy started dancing the second her legs could work.
None of the Above examines the school-to-prison pipeline through both statistics and stories
This show is important for people of all backgrounds, but especially for those who, for the most part, cannot relate to what is being discussed.
Nasher emphasizes and erases borders in "Lines of Control"
The difference between physical boundaries and mental boundaries is not well-defined.