Duke's Unique Teaching Spaces: The Rubenstein Arts Center
The Rubenstein Arts Center (the Ruby) is a hub for artistic production at Duke University. Students, faculty, visiting artists, and other collaborators come together in flexible project studios to hone their skills and create new work. Public programs-including performances, film screenings and exhibitions-launch this work into the world. The Ruby is also home to the programs in Dance and the Arts of the Moving Image and WXDU 88.7 FM, Duke's student-run radio station. The 70,000+ square foot building encompasses flexible multipurpose studios, seminar classrooms, a makerspace, the Ruby Lounge, the von der Heyden Studio Theater, a film screening theater, and more.
In this session, hear about current and upcoming exhibits and programs and discuss how you can make the Rubenstein Arts Center a part of your class as you enjoy a tour of the gallery, exhibits, multipurpose rooms, and studios.
Event location: Rubenstein Arts Center (the Ruby), 2020 Campus Drive, Durham (meet in the Ruby Lobby, outside the Ruby Lounge)