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DITA hosts numerous events throughout the year including a bi-annual distinguished lecture series, an artist-in-residence program, and many other events open to the public. Experience several of our past events by visiting our Youtube or Warpwire or by perusing our event archives.
Marc Chagall and the Bible
Exhibit is on display in Duke Chapel and open to the public. Admission is free. Jan. 12–March 30, 2023.
Exhibit lecture with Vivian R. Jacobson. March 29. 12:30 PM. 0014 Westbrook. No registration required.Learn More
Malcolm Guite Mini-Residency
Rev. Dr. Malcom Guite taught an M.Div. course, preached at a local church, and delivered a lecture at Duke Divinity for hybrid week 2023.
Jan. 8–13, 2023.Learn More
Shane McCrae Lecture and Reading
In conjunction with the Duke University English Dept. and St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church, DITA hosted poet Shane McCrae for a visit. McCrae delivered a lecture on forgiveness and poetry and a public reading of his work in discussion with Dr. Lauren Winner.
October 20, 2022.
Cries of Loss and Hope
DITA’s fall concert featuring the New Caritas Orchestra, directed by Jeremy Begbie, and a visiting ensemble from the Raleigh Music Collective.
September 2, 2022.Event Recap