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Thursdays at the Nasher: Hung Liu: Living Memory Opening Events

Join five Duke undergraduate students for a gallery talk on the exhibition they co-curated, Hung Lui: Living Memory, in the Incubator Gallery. The works, all from the museum’s collection, were a recent gift from the artist’s estate and are on view for the first time. This exhibition was created through the Curatorial Practicum: Exhibition Development and Design course in the Museum Theory & Practice Concentration, taught by Ellen C. Raimond, Associate Curator of Academic Initiatives at the Nasher Museum. Student co-curators: Eliza Henne, Nicole Kagan, Elayna Lei, Bailes New and Madeleine Reinhard.