Four recent graduates received the Department of Studio Art’s Perspectives On Design Award.
The Dartmouth professor has received critical praise for a show at the Rice University Art Gallery.
Haitian business and government figures and artists visit Dartmouth to discuss collaborations.
“I have used my art to think about issues of difference and beauty,” says the Dartmouth senior from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
New York sculptor John Newman, Dartmouth’s winter term artist-in-residence, will deliver a public lecture on January 15 at the Hood Museum of Art.
The Dartmouth community and the public are invited to the Black Family Visual Arts Center dedication at 4:30 p.m. on September 14. Faculty will lead tours of the center.
A new exhibition in the Hopkins Center features the artwork of two members of the Class of 2011
In 2010, Professor Vijay Govindarajan posed a radical question: Is it possible to build a house for $300? Now the designs are in and construction is about to begin.
President Kim’s address launches a four-day design workshop for the $300 House Project, a concept developed by Tuck School of Business Professor Vijay Govindarajan.
Two new Hopkins Center exhibits include works by three young alumni and late alumna Melissa Brown ’93, who all received Studio Art’s Perspectives on Design (POD) Award.