“Music was a gateway to computing for me,” says doctoral student Andy Sarroff.
In the Creativity Lab, faculty share their expertise in theatrical design, movement, and sound.
Haitian business and government figures and artists visit Dartmouth to discuss collaborations.
Members of the Dartmouth community worked side-by-side, constructing a new barn at the Organic Farm and generating greater awareness for sustainability.
To be true citizens of the world, it is no longer just a matter of where students and faculty have been, but also of what they know.
Opening in September, “Crossing Cultures: The Owen and Wagner Collection of Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Art” provides a survey of Australia’s Indigenous art movement
The Tiltfactor Laboratory, directed by Professor Mary Flanagan, conducts research in the PLAYCUBE
Major exhibitions and performances, artist residencies, new initiatives, and expansion of arts facilities are among the highlights of Dartmouth’s Year of the Arts.
Samantha Knowles ’12 explores socially-oriented topics and issues through the medium of documentary films, the latest focusing on black dolls.
A group of Dartmouth alumni who work in the game industry will convene for a public conversation about the future of play on Friday, May 18.