Nasher Museum of Art 10th Anniversary
by Jessie Ammons
This fall marks the 10th anniversary of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. To celebrate, the museum is hosting a day-long, museum-wide celebration on October 4 including interactive activities, live music, and the unveiling of a new wall painting by Odili Donald Odita. On October 10, the merriment goes city-wide at a downtown Durham block party. Music, food trucks, art-making activities, and an open jazz jam will keep it festive. The party will also commemorate a new public art project, a mural on Foster Street likewise painted by Odita, who will attend both celebrations.
12noon – 4 p.m. museum party on October 4 and 3 – 8 p.m. block party on October 10; free; 2001 Campus Drive and 218 W. Morgan St., Durham; nasher.duke.edu