Join us for a special evening at the Nasher Museum, including a discussion that will complement the ground-breaking exhibit, "Rauschenberg: Collecting and Connecting" by examining Rauschenberg's legacy to the law. Robert Rauschenberg united everyday objects and images into original works of art, juxtaposing what he found and leaving an influential and still-controversial body of work. The discussion will be moderated by Deborah DeMott, the David F. Cavers Professor at the law school and the originator of its course on Art Law. She will be joined by Richard L. Schmalbeck, the Simpson Thacher & Bartlett Professor and a prominent scholar of tax law, and by Katherine deVos Devine, (JD/MA 2010), who is a PhD candidate in Art History. Registration here: https://secure.www.alumniconnections.com/olc/pub/DUKE/event/showEventFor.... For more information, please contact Anna Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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