The 15-foot-tall “Perdido” is the latest addition to the College’s collection of public art.
An art historian analyzes José Clemente Orozco’s “The Epic of American Civilization.”
A Dartmouth student writes about “Picasso: The Vollard Suite,” on view at the Hood.
Matariki Network scholars and librarians gather at Dartmouth, advancing collaborative humanities work.
A grant will enable the Hood Museum of Art to make the collection available to a wider audience.
Tchunpi is one of the most important and prolific Chinese artists of the modern era.
Picasso’s influential print series is being shown at Dartmouth alongside the works that inspired it.
The museum fosters “transformative encounters with works of art,” says staff member Amelia Kahl.
Faculty, students, and staff participate in a series of dinner discussions about campus climate.
The Hood will exhibit nearly 100 prints from the collection of Judith and Joseph Barker ’66.