DEMAN (Duke Entertainment, Media & Arts Network) builds connections between alumni, students and faculty interested in creative industries through helpful humans, internships, job opportunities and events at Duke and beyond.
Whether you’re a student or alum interested in internships, jobs, alumni outreach, and/or learning more about co-curricular and career resources, as well as academic programs at Duke, we are here to help you by scheduling one-on-one meetings with our team.
Open 24/7, this is your one-stop-shop for resources to get you started on your path to crafting your career in the creative industries.
Discover the breadth of creative careers and hear advice from alumni in these profiles.
StudioDuke is a two-semester creative lab and mentorship program providing students the opportunity to take their advanced, on-going creative projects to the next level. Students are matched with creative industry professionals (including Duke alumni) for one-on-one mentorship that kicks off on DEMAN Weekend. Applications will open in early fall.
CASTs (Creative Arts Student Teams): This paid work opportunity serves the Ruby and arts initiatives across campus in way that empowers individual CASTs to “own” their projects, provides meaningful professional development opportunities in arts administration, and fosters a sense of community among the CAST class. Learn more about CAST member roles.
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Jessica Laun Shaw (A.B. '05)
Jessica Laun Shaw, Vice President of Music for Brands & Advertising at Sony Music, with Music students and faculty. (Photo credit: Anthony Kelley)
Voice Master Class with Marlissa Hudson (T '99)
At home both on the operatic and concert stage, Duke alumna Marlissa Hudson made her professional debut while a student, performing "Summertime" from Porgy and Bess with the Baltimore Symphony Pops Orchestra under the baton of Marvin Hamlisch. She has collaborated with such esteemed organizations as the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, 92Y, Baltimore Symphony Pops Orchestra, National Philharmonic Orchestra, Choralis, members of the Arianna Quartet, and Vocal Essence.
Hudson received her formal training with Susan Dunn at Duke University and at the Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University. She earned awards for music at both schools, including a Peabody Career Development Grant.
This master class, which focused on the performance of African American spirituals, was presented in association with the Department of African and African American Studies at Duke. (Photo Credit: Susan Dunn)