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- 1. DENISE LAYARTSVIS170 Digital ImageDUKE UNIVERSITYCLASS OF 2011Space. Lines. Shadows. Architecture.Nasher Museum of ArtDurham, NC
2. NASHER MUSEUM OF ARTAT DUKE UNIVERSITY 3. NASHER MUSEUM OF ARTAT DUKE UNIVERSITY 4. LOCATIONThe Nasher Museum of Art is located on DukeUniversitys Central Campus, at the intersectionof Duke University Road and Anderson Street,adjacent to the Sarah P. Duke Gardens. Thestreet address is 2001 Campus Drive, Durham,NC, 27705. The mailing address is Box 90732,Durham, NC, 27708. 5. ADMISSION$5 Adults$4 Seniors$4 DukeAlumni Assoc. members withI.D.FREE Nasher membersFREE Children 15 & underFREE Duke students, faculty, andstaff with Duke I.D.FREE on Thursday, 5-9pmFree admission does not includespecial ticketed exhibitions. 6. CALENDAR >__ S M T W T F S1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 14 15 1617 18 19 20 21 22 2324 25 26 27 28 29 30All events are free with admission and open to all inthe Nancy A. Nasher and David J. HaemiseggerFamily Lecture Hall at the Nasher Museum, unlessotherwise noted. 7. Nasher Museum CafDINING AT THE NASHER CAFEDining in the caf does not require purchase ofadmission to the museum.Museum members enjoy a 10% discount at the Cafwith their membership cards.For reservations, please call (919) 684-6032.Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday10 am - 4:30pmThursday10 am - 8:30 pmSunday12 pm - 4:30pmMondayClosed 8. EXHIBITIONSBUILDING THE CONTEMPORARYCOLLECTION: FIVE YEARS OF ACQUISITIONSMarch 10 - August 14, 2011In celebration of the Nasher Museums fifthanniversary, the museum presents aninstallation of contemporary works acquiredsince our founding.THE JAZZ LOFT PROJECT: W. EUGENE SMITHIN NEW YORK CITY, 1957-1965February 3 - July 10, 2011The Nasher Museum presents "The Jazz LoftProject: W. Eugene Smith in New York City,1957-1965," an exhibition of photographsand recordings of some of the jazz worldsgreatest legends.BODY OF CHRISTJanuary 27 - August 21, 2011A new installation featuring two works bycontemporary Spanish artist Javier Prez.CONTAINING ANTIQUITYHighlighting the great variety of vesselsmade and used in the ancient Greek culturalsphere throughout the Mediterraneanregion.JAUME PLENSAGlckauf?Now on viewJaume Plensa, "Glckauf?," 2004. Ironletters and wire. Courtesy of the artist andRichard Gray Gallery.Letters that make up the strands of a curtainare vertically strung in the front of theNasher Museums permanent collectiongallery.LOANS FROM THE RAYMOND AND PATSYNASHER COLLECTIONOn view in the Mary D.B.T. Semans GreatHall 9. MUSEUM HOURSMonday - closedTuesday,Wednesday, Friday, Saturday - 10 a.m.to 5 p.m.Thursday - 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.(Free to all on Thursday, 5 to 9p.m.)Sunday - Noon to 5 p.m. 10. NASHER MUSEUM STOREThe Museum Store sells books, posters andgifts related to art and exhibitions.STORE HOURSTuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday10 am- 4:45 pmThursday10 am - 8:45 pmSunday12 pm - 4:45 pmMondayClosed 11. CONTACT USMAILNasher Museum of Art at Duke University2001Campus Drive, Durham, NC 27705EMAILnasherinfo@duke.eduFAX[F] 919-681-8624Please include the recipients nameand department if possible.