Michael Taylor, Director of the Hood Museum of Art, teaches a class in Bernstein Study-Storage Center.
Students in Museum Collecting 101 examine artwork in Bernstein Study-Storage Center.
Students work on a paper assignment for an art history class in the Bernstein Study-Storage Center.
If you are a Dartmouth College student and would like to make an appointment to see objects in the collection not on view in the museum's galleries, please contact the Coordinator of Academic Programming, Amelia Kahl. Note that most students must limit their selection to ten objects per visit.
The Bernstein Study-Storage Center is accessible through the back stairway of the museum. Enter the double glass doors just to the south of Wilson Hall. Pass straight through the second set of glass doors and go back outside. Turn right at the end of the building and go up the stairway. Ring the doorbell. During open hours (Monday to Friday, 8:30-4:30 p.m.), when you ring, someone will admit you if you have an appointment. During the winter, the second set of glass doors are locked, and you will need to walk around Wilson Hall to enter the stairway.
When making an appointment to view art works in study-storage, you can search the collections to select items they would like to see. Just copy and paste information on the selected art works from this database (make sure to include the accession numbers, such as PR.997.5.111) into an email addressed to the Coordinator of Academic Programming.
Last Updated: 11/28/12