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Hood Receives a Grant to Diversify Art Museum Leadership

by Dartmouth's Office of Communications

The award will support a team to focus on Native American art.

The Hood Museum of Art is among the first art museums in the country to receive a newly announced Diversifying Art Museum Leadership Initiative joint grant of $6 million from the Walton Family Foundation and the Ford Foundation. The Hood received a grant in the amount of $313,529. The complete project will be supported through a combination of the award and required matching funds.

Resonant Spaces: Sound Art at Dartmouth

This fall, sound takes over Dartmouth College with large-scale commissions for an exhibition project featuring internationally renowned artists. Resonant Spaces: Sound Art at Dartmouth is the first exhibition of sound art presented by the Hood Museum of Art, and more widely, one of the largest group commissioning projects of sound art to date. It represents a crucial step in the creation of sound art through a diverse set of new, site-specific work located on the Dartmouth College campus, offering visitors a glimpse into the highly varied and imaginative world of sound art.

Letter from the Director: Fall 2017

Hood Quarterly, fall 2017
John Stomberg, Virginia Rice Kelsey 1961s Director 

Center for What?

Object-based inquiry might not roll off the tongue, but it perfectly describes the core activity of the Hood. Objects hold myriad stories. Over decades, centuries, and even millennia these stories multiply, expand, and evolve. Through it all, the objects themselves remain, steadfast beacons of individuals, communities, and eras long gone.

Symposium | Resonant Spaces

Schedule of Symposium Events

Friday, September 22, 3:30-5:30 pm
SPECIAL EVENT: ARTISTS' WALKING TOUR
Join the artists commissioned to create site-specific works for this exhibition and explore each installation across campus. The tour will begin at Hood Downtown; see order of works below. Please wear comfortable walking shoes.

Past Hood Intern: Jane Cavalier '14

Where are they now?: Jane Cavalier, 2012–2013 Class of 1954 Intern

What have you been up to since you graduated from Dartmouth in 2014?

Letter from the Director: Summer 2017

Hood Quarterly, summer 2017
John Stomberg, Virginia Rice Kelsey 1961s Director

Opening Events for "The Everyday Fantastic"

Julie Blackmon: The Everyday Fantastic

June 9-August 27, 2017

All events will take place at Hood Downtown, located at 53 Main Street, Hanover, NH.

29 June, Thursday, 7:00–9:00 P.M.
DARTMOUTH NIGHT: Student Reception
Dartmouth graduate and undergraduate students are invited to explore the exhibition and meet the artist. Light refreshments provided. Wine for 21+ with ID.

Smooth Nzewi Joins the Staff of the Cleveland Museum of Art

The Hood Museum of Art announces the August departure of Smooth Nzewi, Curator of African Art since 2013, for the position of Curator of African Art at the Cleveland Museum of Art. At the Hood, Nzewi curated a series of well-received exhibitions, including Bahar Behbahani: Let the Garden Eram Flourish (2017); Er

Past Hood Intern: Olivia Field '15

Where are they now?: Olivia Field, 2014-15 Kathryn Conroy Public Relations Intern

What have you been up to since you graduated from Dartmouth in 2015?

I am currently a legal assistant working for a plaintiff’s-side law firm in San Francisco that specializes in employment law and fighting discrimination in the workplace. I will soon be applying to law school. I am still open to a career in the arts, but perhaps from a legal angle.

Were your original intentions to pursue a career in the arts after college?

Expansion Update: "Making Progress"

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