Ibanca’s passion lies in sharing and spreading the values of compelling stories using the tools of the business world, which has led her to pursue majors in Economics and Literature. She has also received a bachelor’s degree in Kathak, a North Indian classical dance form. As a fellow, she will be working on a dance curriculum which uses art to tell powerful stories of social change, which she will teach at the Durham Arts Council this summer.

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Duke Clinics Exhibit: Clay Transformations by Siglinda Scarpa

Arts & Health at Duke presents
Clay Transformations by Siglinda Scarpa

November 6, 2018 – January 16, 2019

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Duke Hospital Exhibit: 5th Annual Holiday Art Invitational

Each year, Arts & Health at Duke curates the Duke Hospital Holiday Art Invitational. Local artisans and craftsmen are featured…

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