Hassan Hajjaj, “Nisrin” (2010), Metallic Lambda print on 3mm white Dibond, painted wood, and aluminum cans, 53 1/2 × 36 3/4 inches (135.9 × 93.4 cm). (Collection of the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.)

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, a special group of visitors regularly gathered in the lobby of the Nasher Museum at Duke University for an important series of art tours. Over the past six years, Reflections: The Nasher Museum Alzheimer’s Program has invited individuals who are in early- to mid-stage Alzheimer’s to engage with the art held in the Nasher’s collection. 

Before March 11, the groups met in person. However, due to extra precautions related to the novel coronavirus and North Carolina’s stay at home orders, the Nasher pivoted the program

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