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.
The plaza features five sculptures by the late Native American artist.
A plaque unveiling will follow the Manton Foundation Annual Orozco Lecture.
The eighth annual staff and faculty arts festival runs March 19 and 20 in the Hopkins Center.
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.