Wednesday, September 19th 2:45pm - Saturday, November 17th 2:46pm

Visionary Aponte: Art & Black Freedom

A nine-week art exhibit based on a digital humanities project called Digital Aponte. The exhibit and conversations, screenings, performances, residencies, and workshops that accompany it are organized by the Power Plant Gallery and the Forum for Scholars and Publics. The series of events explores the histories and stories behind the Visionary Aponte exhibition and its timely meditations on slavery, Black incarceration, revolution and artistic expression.

Power Plant Gallery

Thursday, September 20th 7:00pm - Thursday, November 15th 10:00pm

Repertory Film Series: Precarious Living: Rediscoveries in American Independent Film

Thurs., Sept. 20: Wanda (1971, DCP) dir. Barbara Loden; Thurs., Sept. 27: Blue Collar (1978, 35mm) dir. Paul Schrader; Thurs., Nov.. 8: Personal Problems (1980, DCP0) dir. Bill Gunn; Thurs., Nov. 15: Bless Their Little Hearts (1984, DCP) dir. Billy Woodberry. Three timely restorations (and one underseen classic) of 70’s/80’s independent film offer an affective glimpse into the origins of our own historical moment, where broad coalitions of class, race, geography and gender have failed to materialize, leaving precarious individuals to get by however they can.
 

Rubenstein Arts Center Film Theater

Wednesday, September 26th 10:00am - 3:00pm

Duke Fall Career Fair

Duke’s largest career fair with employers from many sectors including  business, technology, education, nonprofit, and government.

Wilson Gym
Free

Wednesday, September 26th 11:30am - 2:30pm

The Data Science Movement at Duke: How We Got Here – and All the Places We Will Go

Duke University, in conjunction with Duke Health, the Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute, and Duke Forge, is hosting a conference on the Duke Plus DS data science initiative. Speakers including Dr. Sally Kornbluth (Duke University), Dr. Robert Califf (Duke Forge), Dr. Larry Carin (Pratt School of Engineering), and Dr. Erich Huang (Duke Forge) will introduce the audience to the +DS programand describe how it is designed to work across multiple environments at Duke to enable faculty, students and staff to employ data science at a level tailored to their needs, expertise, and interests.

Registrationfor the event is free and lunch is provided. Additional details, a conference agenda, and a link to the registration form are available here.

Questions? Please contact us at forge@duke.edu

J.B. Duke Hotel and Conference Center
FREE

Friday, October 5th 8:00pm - 11:00pm

Branford Marsalis Quartet—Pam Tanowitz Dance & Simone Dinnerstein, Piano

Raised in New Orleans by a family of musicians, Branford Marsalis got his start touring with Art Blakey’s legendary Jazz Messengers. He has gone on to win three GRAMMYs, write scores for Broadway, appear with leading symphony orchestras, and collaborate with the likes of the Grateful Dead and Sting. Marsalis and bandmate (and fellow Durhamite) Joey Calderazzo also serve as artists-in-residence at the award-winning Department of Music at NCCU. But Marsalis shines brightest as the leader of the Branford Marsalis Quartet, hailed as “a prime example of modern American jazz” by the BBC.

Baldwin Auditorium
$62 / $50 / $10

Saturday, October 6th 8:00pm - 11:00pm

Branford Marsalis Quartet—Pam Tanowitz Dance & Simone Dinnerstein, Piano

Raised in New Orleans by a family of  musicians, Branford Marsalis got his start touring with Art Blakey’s legendary Jazz Messengers. He has gone on to win three GRAMMYs, write scores for Broadway, appear with leading symphony orchestras, and collaborate with the likes of the Grateful Dead and Sting. Marsalis and bandmate (and fellow Durhamite) Joey Calderazzo also serve as artists-in-residence at the award-winning Department of Music at NCCU. But Marsalis shines brightest as the leader of the Branford Marsalis Quartet, hailed as “a prime example of modern American jazz” by the BBC

Baldwin Auditorium
$62 / $50 / $10

Thursday, November 8th 8:00pm - Sunday, November 18th 5:00pm

Dancing at Lughnasa

Directed by Professor Ellen Hemphill, Dancing at Lughnasa is a two-act play by Irish dramatist Brian Friel. It is set during the summer of 1936 in the fictional Irish town of Ballybeg. This play is the story of a family of 5 sisters, their brother Jack (a priest recently returned from Africa), Michael (the child of one of the sisters, also the narrator), and Gerry, the always-absent father of Michael.

Sheafer Theater

Friday, November 16th 7:30pm - Saturday, November 17th 12:00pm

November Dances 2018

November Dances 2018 is the Duke Dance Program's fall concert featuring ballet, modern, African dance, and dance theater works by Duke faculty, Michael Kliën, Ava LaVonne Vinesett, and Julie Janus Walters, and advanced students and alumni.

Bryan Center Reynolds Industries Theater