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Recent Acquisitions: Eric van Hove, V12 Laraki, 2013

Community of Learners: Autumn 2014

Reaching People with Alzheimer's and Dementia through Art

Hood Quarterly, autumn 2014

In Memoriam: Melville “Mickey” Straus

Melville “Mickey” Straus, Class of 1960

Hood Quarterly, autumn 2014

In Memoriam: Richard “Dick” Steinberg

Richard “Dick” Steinberg, Class of 1954, Tuck 1955

Hood Quarterly, autumn 2014

Museum Collecting 101

Hood Quarterly, autumn 2014
Amelia Kahl, Coordinator of Academic Programming

Alumni Voices: Dartmouth in the Civil Rights Era

Three Perspectives

Hood Quarterly, autumn 2014

Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties

Letter from the Director: Autumn 2014

Hood Quarterly, autumn 2014
Michael Taylor, Director

Recent Acquisitions: Kiki Smith, My Blue Lake, 1995

Website Enhances Public Engagement With Orozco Mural

Dartmouth Now, July 10, 2014

One of the most renowned art treasures at Dartmouth College is the ambitious mural The Epic of American Civilization, painted by Mexican artist José Clemente Orozco between 1932 and 1934 in the reserve corridor of Baker-Berry Library, now the Orozco Room. The fresco is considered one of the finest examples of mural painting in this country by one of the greatest twentieth-century practitioners of public art.


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