The Hood will exhibit nearly 100 prints from the collection of Judith and Joseph Barker ’66.
The Lakou Mizik project celebrates Haitian music and culture.
Haitian business and government figures and artists visit Dartmouth to discuss collaborations.
Dartmouth alumni go on stage and behind the scenes in modern adaptations of classic French works.
The film, which chronicles Dartmouth’s contributions to the sport of skiing, debuts on February 9 at the Loew Auditorium.
From February 1-3, the Hopkins Center celebrates the Pordenone Silent Film Festival, which is dedicated to the preservation, diffusion, and study of the first 30 years of cinema.
“The mentorship that you can receive from a more experienced musician is something you can’t replace,” says Paul Finkelstein ’13, who will conduct the Dartmouth Youth Wind Ensemble.
A multimedia show featuring distinguished guests, student artists, faculty, and alumni is one of the many events slated for the Hop’s 50th anniversary celebration.
The two-day festival will feature music, dancing, film screenings, and much more
Producer Julie Dunfey ’80 discusses her latest documentary, working with Burns, and the film industry, with Dartmouth Now.