A background of art and astronomy aids a behind-the-scenes master of exhibitions at the Hood.
The civil rights leader spoke to the College community about what activism means to him.
The 118 works of art range from prints and drawings to works on paper, paintings, and ceramics.
Bond will speak at the museum in conjunction with the “Witness” exhibition.
The renowned photographer’s residency includes time with students as well as a public talk.
“The Globe” reviews “Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties,” currently on display at the Hood.
A new exhibition, “Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties,” opens August 30 at the Hood.
The instructor at the Hood discusses what she enjoys the most about being a museum educator.
The artist will give two public presentations in addition to meeting with students and faculty.
The interactive site provides access to the Orozco mural, drawings, documents, and photographs.