“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.
The director of the Hood Museum of Art talks about the Meadmore sculpture installed on campus.
The new center is part of Dartmouth’s vision for establishing an Arts and Innovation District.
President’s office showcases works by Dartmouth artists in a display designed by student curators.
The Marshals carry batons engraved with their names as they lead their classmates to the Green.
The plaza features five sculptures by the late Native American artist.