Student Mural 2010

About the Project

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Student Mural Design Concept

The "old perk" upstairs Perkins Library will be host to a collaborative mural painting this fall. A group of Duke Students, sponsored by the University Libraries and the Vice Provost for the Arts, will be painting a mural on the wall across from the Gothic Reading Room.

"The Wall is about activism. It's about coming together and creating for the sake of experience. Bringing people together and making visible, the potential unique genius in us all, not the Straight A Rule Follower in us all. Comprised of rainbow colors different shaped frames for painting, to celebrate solidarity in diversity, the final mural will portray a variety of academically-relevant images painted by Duke students. We are excited to produce this project in a public space - any one who wants in can join. Every one's got something to say, and surely, a little time on their hands to step back and take part just a bit."  Bibi Tran, Chair, DUU Visual Arts Committee

Even if you don't want to paint, stop by and check it out! Painting hours for November will be:

Tuesdays: 2:30 - 5:30 PM
Thursdays: 2:30 - 5:30 PM
Sundays: 2:30 - 5:30 PM

For more information about this project, contact Meg Brown, meg.brown@duke.edu. If you are a student interested in taking part in painting the mural, contact student organizer, Bibi Tran hbibitran@gmail.com.

Come back and visit this website for updates on the painting of the mural, or visit in person, upstairs Perkins Library anytime.

About the Project

Student Mural 2010

"Old Perk" (Perkins Library, 2nd floor)
May 1, 2011 – May 1, 2013
Duke University Libraries
Durham, North Carolina

Looking for a previous version of this exhibit? Use the Internet Archive's stored version of the page.