Katherine Hart, Associate Director and Barbara C. and Harvey P. Hood 1918 Curator of Academic Programming, works with Chris Chan, Class of 2004, in the Barrows Print Room, looking at possible works for inclusion in his Space for Dialogue installation.
Amelia Kahl, Coordinator of Academic Programming, teaches Dartmouth students in the Hood galleries.
Katherine Hart, the Associate Director and Barbara C. and Harvey P. Hood 1918 Curator of Academic Programming and Amelia Kahl, Coordinator of Academic Programming, act as the principal liaisons between Dartmouth College's faculty and the Hood Museum of Art. They facilitate the use of the museum as a teaching resource and promotes the study of art and artifacts in the museum's collection.
The Curator and Coordinator of Academic Programming develop educational programs in consultation with faculty most likely to use specific exhibitions or certain parts of the museum's collections for teaching purposes. Working with individual faculty members, they plan classroom sessions in the Bernstein Study-Storage Center, where objects not on view in the galleries are available for the class. They also organize teaching exhibitions in the Harrington Gallery with faculty.
Last Updated: 11/28/12