|Permanent Collection||Exhibitions & Gallery Spaces||Employee Art Show||Holiday Invitational Exhibit|
|Encore Scheherazade by Nancy Tuttle May, Duke Medicine Pavilion|
Self-Guided Art Tours
Exhibitions & Gallery Spaces
In July 2016, due to deterioration of this exhibit and changes to building codes, we dismantled the Gathering In the Stories exhibit. We worked with Duke University Medical Center Archives to carefully transition all the contents of this exhibit, and we are happy to report that they now reside in their permanent collection. To learn more about these materials, visit the finding aid or contact the archives staff.
Employee Art Show
Since 1978, Arts & Health has facilitated the Duke Employee Art Show to share the talent of Duke employees with the Duke University community. In 2008, Arts & Health began partnering with the National Arts Program to offer a more comprehensive art show to the Duke Medicine community.
Each year, Arts & Health runs the show open to all Duke Medicine and Duke University employees, their immediate family, volunteers and retirees. Participation is free and artwork is displayed and winnging artists can receive cash prizes up to $300.
Co-sponsored by Arts & Health at Duke and the National Arts Program.
Holiday Invitational Exhibit
During the holiday season, Arts & Health curates a Holiday Invitational Arts & Craft Exhibit within the Arts & Health Galleries located in the Concourse between Duke Hospital North and the Duke Medicine Pavilion, and the in the Clinic 1D Exhibit Space within the Duke Clinics Building.
This invitational highlights work by talented local and regional craftsmen and artists, and offers staff, patients and families an opportunity to enjoy a delightful exhibit and to purchase unique, quality items at relatively affordable prices.
In conjunction with these sales dates, we will also hold the Annual Holiday Performance Series, so live music will fill the halls. Find a full schedule of performances here.
Anyone fitting the following criteria is welcome to apply for next year's event.
- Artist must reside in North Carolina;
- Work must be original to the artist or hand crafted by the individual applying for consideration.
To find out more about how to submit items for consideration, download the Call for Artist.
For more information about our Visual Arts programs, email Jennifer Collins-Mancour or call (919) 684.6124.