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Nasher Musuem of Art

Located in the heart of the Research Triangle, the Nasher Museum of Art is a renowned cultural institution and a leading center of the arts in the area. The museum consists of an extensive collection of contemporary and ancient art. The museum also provides an education program and offers a variety of programs for the community. The museum offers free admission to members of the Duke University community and to the military. You can explore the museum at 2001 Campus Dr, Durham, NC 27705. Not far from our location here.


The Nasher Museum of Art holds a variety of art from classical antiquities to modern and international contemporary art. The museum also has art from the Middle Ages and an extensive collection of African art. Its collection is comprised of over 10,000 works. The collection also features works by Ashcan School artists and traditional African art.


In addition to the museum, the Nasher Center is the home of the Nasher Prize. This prize recognizes extraordinary impact on sculpture. In addition, the Nasher Center provides programs that highlight its role as a catalyst for the study of sculpture. These include artist-led classes and lecture programs. The Nasher Center also has an award-winning store that sells an array of sculptures and art objects.


The Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection includes works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore, Joan Miro, Jean Arp, Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore, Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso, and Alexander Calder. In addition to sculptures, the Nasher Museum of Art has a large collection of art from the Middle Ages and ancient Egypt. It also features art from Africa, Asia, and Europe.


The Nasher Museum of Art has several rotating exhibitions. One of these shows is titled In Relation to Power: Politically Engaged Works from the Collection. This exhibition will be traveling to the Studio Museum in Harlem and the Santa Monica Museum of Art in Los Angeles. The show will explore how artists respond to political events through a variety of mediums.


The Nasher Museum also holds medieval art, modern and international contemporary art, and works from the Ashcan School. There is also an extensive collection of African art, including 172 rare Liberian masks. The museum also features a collection of European art before 1945. The Nasher Museum of Art is located close to Sarah P. Duke gardens and is also near the campus of Duke University. The museum is also close to the Nasher Center, which has an award-winning store and education facilities. The Nasher Museum is closed on Thursday nights.


The Nasher Museum has a cafe that serves local seasonal ingredients. The cafe also offers outdoor seating overlooking the sculpture gardens. The cafe is free of charge. It also has group lunches. During the day, the museum provides free admission to Duke students. The Nasher Museum of Art also provides guided tours for all ages. The museum offers transportation scholarships for students.


The Nasher Museum of Art also features an extensive library of publications and provides educational programs. There are also free guided tours on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

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