The plaza features five sculptures by the late Native American artist.
A time-lapse video catches the departure of the huge spider sculpture from the Maffei Arts Plaza.
The 15-foot-tall “Perdido” is the latest addition to the College’s collection of public art.
Keith Moskow ’83 talks to VPR about why “Ice Chimes” needs different weather.
The Atlantic highlights the weather-responsive sculpture ‘Ice Chimes,’ on display at Dartmouth, among other wintry works.
Mary Coffey, the recipient of the 2013 Charles Rufus Morey Award for her book about Mexican muralism, discusses the 3,200 square-foot frescoes in Baker-Berry Library.
The 20-foot-tall sculpture “creates music as it collects snow.”
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.