The 15-foot-tall “Perdido” is the latest addition to the College’s collection of public art.
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.
Orozco’s The Epic of American Civilization joins other prominent sites in telling America’s story.
As part of Dartmouth’s Year of the Arts, a weather-responsive sculpture by Keith Moskow ’83 and Robert Linn has been installed at the Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center.
Howard Morphy talks to Michael Taylor about the Hood Museum of Art’s exhibition “Crossing Cultures: The Owen and Wagner Collection of Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Art.”
World-renowned projection artist Ross Ashton performs Five Windows, commissioned by Dartmouth for the celebration of the Hopkins Center’s 50th anniversary, on the Hop’s façade.
The Valley News writes that the new Black Family Visual Arts Center is the “latest sign, and the first of several to come at Dartmouth, that the arts are asserting themselves.”
On loan from the estate of artist Louise Bourgeois, Crouching Spider is located in front of the new Black Family Visual Arts Center.
Dartmouth’s Year of the Arts celebration continues with the opening of the new Black Family Visual Arts Center and the dedication of Ellsworth Kelly’s Dartmouth Panels.