Rubenstein Arts Center | Murthy Agora Room 129
2020 Campus Drive Durham, NC 27705
The Rubenstein Arts Center is a hub for artistic production at Duke University and a new arts venue for the Triangle. Students, faculty, visiting artists, and other collaborators come together in flexible project studios to hone their skills and create new work. Public programs—including performances, film screenings and exhibitions—launch this work into the world. The Ruby is also home to the programs in Dance and Cinematic Arts and WXDU 88.7 FM, Duke’s student-run radio station.
Visitor parking is available for $2/hour in pay-by-space lots in several locations near the Rubenstein Arts Center, including:
- The Campus Drive lot, located at the corner of Campus Drive and Anderson Street, is directly across the street. Visitors may park in this lot on weekends (after 5pm Friday through Sunday evening) with a valid Duke parking permit or via the PayByPhone app or by calling 866-234-7275 (location #3121). More information about PayByPhone.
- The Nasher Museum of Art, located at 2001 Campus Drive, has a pay-by-space lot with both kiosks and PayByPhone. More information.
- Sarah P Duke Gardens, located at 420 Anderson Street, has a pay-by-space lot with both kiosks and PayByPhone. More information.
- There is also limited free street parking along Alexander Avenue and Oregon Street (less than a five-minute walk from the arts center).
If you are coming from elsewhere on Duke’s campus during the day, we recommend that you take Duke Transit’s free and frequent East-West bus service, which stops just a few steps from the building.