The Duke Campus Club Exhibit Wall

History

The Duke Campus Club Exhibit Wall was created in 2013, to meet a growing desire of students and faculty who wanted to display two-dimensional material related to their classes, studies, or various other interests. The Club was later named after the Campus Club after their donation helped to fund materials, supplies and some work needed to support the wall.

Description

This gallery is 18 feet of exhibit wall space on the first floor of Perkins Library. Duke students can display their two-dimensional items for one month. Exhibits span topics such as civic engagement, experiences related to coursework, fine arts and social issues.

Policy Information

This gallery is open to the public whenever the library is open. The Campus Club Wall is available to everyone, but priority will be given to students, faculty, staff and member of the Duke Community. For more information please visit the student wall website.

Donor Information

The Duke University Campus Club is a diverse group of Duke-affiliated women that offers a wide range of activities and interest groups to its members. The exhibit wall was named in honor of the Campus Club’s Centennial in 2014.


Past Exhibits from the Duke Campus Club Exhibit Wall