The Dartmouth community and the public are invited to the Black Family Visual Arts Center dedication at 4:30 p.m. on September 14. Faculty will lead tours of the center.
The 27th annual festival begins September 14 with “Hyde Park on the Hudson,” the first of the six Telluride at Dartmouth films.
Anne Krueger, former first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, is the final speaker in this summer’s “Leading Voices in U.S. Foreign Policy” series.
Fieldstock, a student-run festival during sophomore summer, features a concert, games, and barbeques. It runs through August 12.
Writer, director, and producer Ricki Stern ’87, whose latest documentary with Anne Sundberg ’90 is Knuckleball!, will give Dartmouth’s Convocation address on September 10.
William Lynn III ’76, who served from 2009-2011 in the Department of Defense, will speak August 9 in the Hopkins Center’s Moore Theater at 4 p.m.
President Carol L. Folt calls on conference attendees to “create new ideas and implement transformative interventions.”
Two students won this year’s play-writing competition, and their plays take center stage at Warner Bentley Theater in the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
Todd Stern ’73, U.S. special envoy for climate change, will speak on August 2 in the Hopkins Center’s Moore Theater.
Opening in September, “Crossing Cultures: The Owen and Wagner Collection of Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Art” provides a survey of Australia’s Indigenous art movement